Vutek Introduces the New UltraVu II 5330 Digital Inkjet Printer
Press release from the issuing company
VUTEk, the world leader in superwide format digital inkjet printers, is pleased to introduce its new five-meter UltraVu II 5330 digital inkjet printer with improved productivity and increased functionality. The UltraVu II 5330, which replaces the previous UltraVu 5330 EC printer, delivers faster production speeds in some print modes, allowing VUTEk to continue its legacy as the world's leading supplier of the fastest five-meter printer. In addition, the UltraVu II 5330 is now available with VUTEk's SMOOTHING feature for the production of distortion free output when printing images with heavy color saturation, and a Low Friction Kit that allows difficult materials to be run more easily. The increased productivity and functionality of the UltraVu II 5330 allows print providers to expand their business offering to include high-quality, high-margin applications requiring fast turnarounds, and opens up a whole new road to profitability.
The UltraVu II 5330 prints on a wide variety of substrates, including vinyl, pressure-sensitive, paper, mesh and textiles, up to 16.4 feet (5 meters) in width. This new and improved printer is also the most productive five-meter printer on the market, achieving print speeds up to 2,230 square feet (207 square meters) per hour. The UltraVu II 5330 also provides the highest-quality printing in its class, with up to 330 dpi resolution and eight-colors for images that are sharp, crisp and consistent, and converts easily and quickly from Fast-4 color printing to high quality, eight-color printing.
The new production speeds and SMOOTHING feature are included in VUTEk's latest version of software, and also is available for existing UltraVu 5330 customers as part of a free software upgrade that can be downloaded from the customer support section of the VUTEk web site. The Low Friction Kit available with the UltraVu II 5330 is compatible with all existing UltraVu 5330 printers and is available now.
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