Other Printing Equipment
Suited for commercial printers and print service providers, bizhub PRESS C1100 and C1085 respectively output up to 100 and 85 ppm and handle range of substrates. Flexible substrate handling and inline finishing options enable effective workflow management, while features such as Simitri® HDE toner, SEAD IV screen processing, air suction (vacuum) paper feeding, and hybrid decurling (zig zag plus moisture) ensure accurate registration and color consistency despite print job length/complexity. Read More
Able to control as many as 4 printheads on 2 production lines, Marksman Matrix features color 10 in. touchscreen and allows on-floor as well as main office editing of printed codes. System is also compatible with front-office editing via Windows® Remote Desktop. Screen size lets users view complete spatial relationships in 3D renderings, while graphics-driven, usability-optimized interface reduces operator error. Controller also offers compatibility with Trident printheads. Read More
Available with various max printing widths, retrofittable RotaJET L series includes 5 printing systems based on identical platform. This enables upgrades in web width from 35.2–51.1 in. as well as conversion from 1C (monochrome) to 4C (4-color) production capabilities. Designed to be retrofitted with future print head generations, presses do not require adjustment of web widths or print substrate logistics and can be integrated into existing offset landscapes without any compromises. Read More
With max true resolution of 1,200 x 1,200 dpi, Truepress Jet520HD uses grayscale head to provide apparent resolution of 2,400 x 2,400 dpi. Unit can clearly image detail smaller than 1/10th of a point, allowing offset/digital hybrid and toner-based work to move to continuous-feed full-color inkjet. Offering near-automatic web threading, paper transport allows inks to dry on both coated and uncoated stocks from 40–250 gsm. Applications include personalized direct mail, publications, and textbooks. Read More
Intended to meet large-part manufacturing needs within automotive, aerospace, appliance, and robotics industries, Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM) system uses chassis, drives, and control of Cincinnati laser cutting system as base and extrudes hot thermoplastic to build parts layer by layer. Linear motor-driven system has 6.6 x 13.1 x 2.9 ft work envelope and extrusion rate of ~38 lb/hr for printing polymer components.