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SSE to launch UV LED flatbed inkjet printers at FESPA
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Apr '13
SSE Worldwide will launch the Eagle range of highly versatile, small format, UV LED flatbed inkjet printers onto the UK market at FESPA 2013 (stand P44N, 25-29th June, ExCeL London).Developed by DPI DG Printing, Italy, the Eagle UV LED 30 (300 x 1000mm printable area) and the Eagle UV LED 60 (600mm x 1500mm) machines print CMYK and white as standard onto substrates and objects up to a depth of 25cm making it ideal for imaging onto a wide range of products from flat signage to 3D promotional products, gadgets and industrial components.

The Eagle printers use UV inks which are suitable for printing onto a wide range of both flexible and non-flexible substrates and deliver vibrant, wide colour gamut results. Furthermore the use of LED UV drying lamps allows users to print onto heat-sensitive substrates.

The Eagle has been engineered to maximise flexibility, quality, production efficiency and return on investment (ROI). Features include: Epson DX5 printheads, which deliver one of the smallest ink drop sizes of any ink jet printer (3 picolitre) to produce sharp text and clear images; a unique free-standing wing design which allows easy loading and unloading of the print bed, even during production, to minimise downtime time; and a cost-effective bulk ink system.

The Eagle includes a dedicated RIP – Whiterip – which has been developed specifically for the printer to ensure the best print quality and production performance. In addition, a web-to-print front-end has been developed specifically for the printer, allowing users to offer a personalised online shop front and streamline their product ordering and production workflow.

Commenting on the launch of the Eagle range, Scott Armitage, SSE Worldwide’s Managing Director, said: “The Eagle is highly versatile and affordable machine which fits easily into any production environment and enables companies to print onto a wide range of materials and objects and, as a result, to open up new markets for added-value printed products. The Eagle 30 is essentially a quick turnaround, short-run machine, while the larger Eagle 60 is a production engine that can play a key role in a developing print business.”

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