DYSS Apollo UV flatbed RF250 offers continuous board feeding Print

This innovative UV printer appears to have features of a combo and also a dedicated flatbed printer. Since this is the first appearance of the DYSS Apollo UV RF250 flatbed, and since it was not practical to inspect it the week I was in Korea before SGIA, it will take a long time to gather adequate information to learn how it functions.


I was in Korea the week before SGIA to inspect the Yuhan-Kimberly MC3 Premium textile printer. I also visited DGI and spoke with IP&I while in Seoul, but not with anyone from DYSS (since most were already in the US organizing their booth).

But the current FLAAR operation mode is to inspect printers by doing tests in the home demo room since trade shows are too hectic. At SGIA there were more than 30 UV printers to inspect.

So currently there is no full-scale FLAAR Reports on any DYSS printer, neither on the Apollo nor on the DYSS Lasco. We had wished to visit their main demo room, but this did not happen. We initiated an introductory evaluation based on seeing the Apollo at many trade shows but did not continue the evaluation past the stage of a "first look." As soon as we can visit actual end-users perhaps we can get a clearer idea of these printers.

DYSS Apollo UV flatbed RF250 printer reviews
The DYSS Apollo UV flatbed RF250 to have features of a combo and also a dedicated flatbed printer. FESPA Amsterdam trade show, 2009.
The DYSS Apollo UV flatbed RF250 evaluations

 

First posted Oct 15, 2008, at SGIA.