IPT Digital to Demonstrate JFlex 870 Powered by Memjet’s Aspen Print Engine

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IPT Digital’s JFLex 870 System.

February 4, 2015 – IPT Digital reports that it’ll be demonstrating the newest version of its JFlex 870 printing system at its headquarters in Sarasota, Florida, a short distance from the International Converting Exhibition (ICE) being held in Orlando. The newest version of IPT Digital’s JFlex 870 is outfitted with the Memjet page-wide Aspen color inkjet print engine.

According to IPT Digital, the JFlex 870 prints at 225 feet per minute with a print resolution of 1,600 x 1,325 dpi and on media up to 17″ wide. The firm says conventional flexo-based technology label converters can achieve a substantial boost in profitability and productivity by supporting “lean manufacturers” requesting shorter print runs and VDP (variable data printing) while lowering operational cost and lowering environmental waste.

IPT says it provides a unique product offering to the label-printing converter market by redesigning older legacy presses to be used for digital color printing. According to the firm, the added benefit is that all existing in-line finishing can continue to be used, and Memjet’s Aspen print engine, with built-in nozzle redundancy, provides excellent print quality and boasts speeds at or above competing print technologies. As is the case with the JFlex 870 System, the Aspen print engine integrates with existing hardware to allow original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to enhance their digital capabilities without the high cost or time required to replace existing infrastructure.

For more information on the JFlex 870, visit IPT Digital here.

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