Lotte Digital Imaging, InnoJet UV900, flatbed Print

Lotte is a billion-dollar Korean conglomerate.

Lotte owns huge stores and has lots of food products with its name on it: there were even Lotte snacks on the desk in the world headquarters of Dilli.

Lotte Digital Imaging, InnoJet UV900 flatbed printer reviews
The Lotte Digital Imaging InnoJet UV900 printer was exhibited at FESPA Amsterdam 2009.
reviews of the Lotte Digital Imaging, InnoJet UV900 flatbed printer

The spec sheet in the brochure of the Lotte Digital Imaging, InnoJet UV900 was professionally done, and provide abundant specifications that help to better understand this Lotte InnoJet UV900 printer. The spec sheet for the Lotte InnoJet UV900 was more complete in every respect than the spec sheets for the half-million dollar L&P Virtu HD8 printer, which has the most incomplete spec sheets of any UV printer in the world.

evaluations of the Lotte Digital Imaging, InnoJet UV900 printer
Lotte Digital Imaging InnoJet UV900 at SGIA 2007.

Compare prices with the Mimaki UJF-605cII and the Screen Truepress Jet650UV

If you compare prices of the Lotte Digital Imaging InnoJet UV900 with the Mimaki UJF-605cII and the Screen Truepress Jet650UV you discover that the cost of a specialized flatbed varies tremendously. But the Screen Truepress Jet650UV flatbed has never been exhibited in the US or Europe at any of the regular signage trade shows. Perhaps it will be shown at DRUPA 2008.

SGIA '07 exhibited too many other printers to study, so until it is possible to visit the Lotte factory in Korea and undertake a review there, we do not have a single FLAAR Report on this printer. But there are FLAAR Reports on the IP&I and Dilli printers since I have visited both of their factories.

The Lotte InnoJet UV900 did not appear at ISA 2008 nor at FESPA Digital 2008. So I have to wait until DRUPA 2008 to see if it reappears.

Lotte InnoJet UV900 Flatbed UV Curable inkjet printer
Sample printed by Lotte InnoJet UV900 Flatbed UV Curable inkjet printer.

 

Most recently updated April 14, 2008.

First posted March 18, 2008.