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SCREEN introduces new A3 sheetfed press

SCREEN has expanded its portfolio with the launch of a new A3 sheetfed inkjet press

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The new press debuted at PRINTING United Expo 2023 in Atlanta, US from October 18th to 20th

Manufacturer of inkjet digital printing technology, SCREEN, has introduced a new A3 sheetfed digital inkjet press to its portfolio in the Truepress JET S320.

Building on SCREEN’s commercial printing offering, the new press enables the enhancement of workflow solutions integrated with SCREEN’s EQUIOS workflow system, hybrid printing with CtP and offset printing, and increased productivity through the combined use of the Truepress JET 520 series.

According to the manufacturer, businesses are moving more to digital printing technology in the commercial printing and publishing spheres. The company is also seeing increasing demand for a data-driven approach, personalised advertising materials, and printers only producing the necessary quantity of products.

The company’s range of high-speed, continuous-feed inkjet digital presses in the Truepress JET 520 series is said to meet these demands with digital inkjet presses being used increasingly for direct mail, catalogues, brochures, and more.

SCREEN’s new Truepress JET S320 has been developed by utilising the technical expertise in A3 production printers of KYOCERA Document Solutions along with the manufacturer’s Truepress ink SC/SC+ technology. This ink prints on commercially available coated papers without the need for coating or priming.

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