The automated cleaning station and on board maintenance scheduler help to maintain the printheads without manual operator intervention. A mist extraction systems further reduces nozzle clogging whilst the on-board nozzle mapping technology allows the machine to cope with deviated or missing nozzles without slowing down production or a loss in quality.
The Spyder uses all round UV-curable ink which offers customers a wide colour gamut, supreme substrate adhesion as well as excellent flexibility. Inca ink adheres to the most difficult substrates including Dibond, acrylic and plastics.
The 3.2m roll-to-roll module turns the flatbed machine into one of the industry’s most versatile production-class printers. This gives the user the flexibility to produce high quality UV print on both sheeted and roll-fed substrates.
The ability to alter the level of UV improves the adhesion to the most difficult substrates whilst giving the flexibility required for post processing. The –zone vacuum table reduces bed masking requirements for substrates thinner than 3mm which in turn shortens setup times, increasing the overall machine productivity.