The Direct Jet 1014UV and 1024UV models are extremely versatile, offering large table sizes and height allowances at an economical price point. The UV LED inks are very flexible and won’t crack or flake off, even in very flexible vinyl applications. Users can print crisp text and vibrant, full-colour images using UV inks on wood, stainless steel, ceramic tiles, plastics, glass, aluminum and more.
The breakthrough UV LED and Ink technologies address durability issues related to abrasion and solvents, and allow brilliant white ink performance on the darkest of substrates. All without sacrificing the sharp, detailed prints and advanced features that customers expect from the Direct Jet family of printers.
Drupa is the premier venue to discover print industry developments. Drupa 2008 drew 391,000 visitors from 138 countries, spanning the entire print media industry and its markets, clients and suppliers. Drupa’s scope includes both traditional and pioneering technologies for pre-press and pre-media, printing, book binding and print finishing as well as paper converting services.
Clearly, these industries have changed a great deal since 2008. Direct Color Systems expects inkjet and digital technologies to continue to take centre stage at the expo. Drupa 2008 showcased first-generation high-speed inkjet web presses, and visitors will likely see the evolution of that technology from concept to production at this year’s event. Visitors will also see an expanding range of applications where inkjet has become the fastest-growing print technology.