Fujifilm Integrated Inkjet Solutions has introduced a new integrated print solution, the 46kUV Inkjet Printbar System, for industrial production operations to print on various labels and packaging materials.

This system is engineered to enhance workflow efficiency with its drop-on-demand design, achieving printing speeds of up to 500 feet per minute.

The 46kUV Inkjet Printbar System incorporates Fujifilm’s advanced SAMBA printhead technology that utilises the precision of silicon MEMS processing and sputtered PZT, shaped in a unique parallelogram form.

It has 1200 dots per inch (DPI) native resolution, catering to a wide spectrum of label quality requirements and is capable of printing distinct QR codes and producing high-quality small fonts.

Available in four print widths including 10in, 13in, 17in, and 20in, the system is designed to integrate effortlessly into existing printing processes.

This minimises the need for extensive training or alterations to current workflows. Fujifilm’s 3IC document creation software complements the print bar system, enabling the creation of variable data content.

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Maintenance of image quality is a key feature of the system, supported by a cleaning and capping module.

Furthermore, Fujifilm’s REDIJET patented ink recirculation technology ensures optimal image quality across the print width, reducing the frequency of printhead refurbishment.

Fujifilm general manager and vice-president Greg Balch said: “We’ve seen the use of inkjet continue to grow in the label and packaging markets given its ability to produce high-quality output with variable data.

“Our vision behind the 46kUV Inkjet Printbar System is to help fill an important gap in the market for imprinting at high DPI and with high reliability.”

In September this year, Fujifilm introduced a new indirect food contact ink series, CuremaX IDFC, which features a range of gloss LED UV inks that come with the option to be cured using conventional lamps.