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The Fujifilm Samba Mini 4300 Printbar System Is a Powerful Single-Pass Inkjet Tool

Friday, August 31, 2018

Press release from the issuing company

The power of Fujifilm Inkjet Technology

Lebanon, N.H. – The Samba® Mini 4300 Printbar System, by FUJIFILM Dimatix, is an application development or manufacturing tool for companies looking to jet a variety of Fujifilm or other fluids, which allows for development of high quality in-line jetting applications, or single-pass high volume manufacturing.

Samba drop-on demand inkjet printheads can print drops at over 100 khz, each directed to a precise location, producing high resolution single-pass imprints at high speed. Fujifilm’s patented RediJet® recirculation system enables printbars to be quickly primed, resulting in faster print readiness time, minimal ink waste, and improved reliability. Each Silicon MEMS constructed printhead has 2,048 nozzles to deliver a native 1,200 dpi resolution with an ink drop as small as three picoliters.

The easy-to-use tabletop system includes one printbar, a control cabinet, PC and software, and the option to purchase additional accessories.

“The Samba Mini 4300 Printbar System is a natural progression from the successful Dimatix Material Printer,” said Scott Leger, business development manager, FUJIFILM Dimatix. “This is the next step in developing your inkjetting process as this system can easily be integrated into an existing manufacturing process or used to elevate new applications at a reasonable cost.”

Click here to learn more about FUJIFILM Dimatix.

 

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