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VUTEk Exhibits UV-Curing Flatbed Inkjet Printer at Graphics of the Americas 2006

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

MEREDITH, N.H. (January 9, 2006) – VUTEk, a division of EFI, is exhibiting the PressVu UV 200/600 UV-curing flatbed roll-to-roll printer at Graphics of the Americas, Miami Beach, Fla., February 3 – 5, 2006. The PressVu UV 200/600 UV-curing flatbed roll-to-roll printer, starting at only $199,000, offers the highest image quality and greatest versatility available today in a UV-curing printer. This affordably priced printer enables users to benefit from high-end image quality and greater productivity, all while providing the capability to deliver creative, new products aimed at improving profitability. The PressVu UV 200/600 digital inkjet printer is loaded with features you would expect to find on more expensive models – like stunning four- or six-color, 600 dpi capabilities that deliver photographic color reproduction and crisp text reproduction. Its virtually limitless versatility and industrial-strength construction allow operators to print on a variety of sheet-fed or roll-to-roll materials around the clock, enabling owners to expand their services and satisfy a nearly infinite variety of long-term outdoor and indoor applications — increasing value to customers and driving up profitability. Available in four-color, six-color and four-color white+ models, the PressVu UV 200/600 can print up to two meters (80 inches) wide at up to 33 square meters (350 square feet) per hour, and prints on rigid materials up to 4.45 centimeters (1.75 inches) thick. Color gradients are smooth in the printer’s six-color/600 dpi mode, and the accurate and easily repeatable matching of target colors is now possible.




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