|FLAAR begins to evaluate the Dilli Neo Titan 1600 x series UV flatbed combo roll to roll printer|
Digital Illustrate Inc. (Dilli) is a company that was founded by two siblings, though one brother decided to divide the company just to focus on solvent printers, which is now Digital Graphic Inc. (DGI) and the other brother settle and focused mainly on UV printers, which is now well known as Dilli.
As a UV printer and ink manufacturer, Dilli has stood out from other similar companies, with a variety of options at the moment of evaluating their printers.
During APPPEXPO 2014, at Shanghai, China, they exhibited a combo type Neo Titan 1600 X Series. But what does combo type mean? It means the printer can work booth as a flatbed and roll-to-roll, so it is able to produce lots of applications, such as:
There are various options for the NT1600 X series, and just by looking at the model number they can be differenced from the other UV printers. As Dilli has explained on the brochures of different trade shows (which they constantly exhibited, being one of the most persistent UV manufacturers we have ever got in contact) the selection varies by the print width, colors, double printing, 2 x white printhead, varnish or extreme high end. Displaying the option of having a 1604D-W2VX which features the option of 4 colors, with additional double white or varnish, with a total of 7 printheads; or the 1606D-W2X which doesn’t have varnish, but does have light cyan, light magenta and double white, with a total of 8 heads, with both Dilli original UV ink options for rigid or flexible media.
Both models manages a Konica Minolta 1024i printhead with a dropsize of 6 picolitter and with a maximum media thickness of 50 mm, allowing you to print any of the applications listed above.
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