Inca Digital will introduce its new B1 format printer at FESPA, DesignEdge was heavily involved on the industrial design and user interface aspects and also on Inca’s Onset X Series and SpyderX built on the same platform. The B1 has a fully automated system with feeder and stacker, 2-stage UV curing using UV-LED pinning on the carriage keeping heat sensitive substrates cool. A UV tunnel assists adhesion and durability, while technologies such as recirculating printheads and automated cleaning are designed for longevity.
‘This is our response to the market’s need for a robust inkjet solution capable of printing shorter runs on demand without compromise,’ announced John Mills, CEO. ‘The productivity gives commercial and screen printers confidence to take lower volume work off commercial printers, increasing productivity and opening up new revenue streams.’ The new machine is planned to be distributed globally by both Inca and Fujifilm.