Product of the Month

Heidelberg Speedmaster CS92

A compact, high-efficiency SRA1 press.

What is it?
The Speedmaster CS 92 is a 920mm-wide (SRA1-format) sheetfed offset press tailor-made for commercial print jobs in ISO 216/DIN format. It found early favour with printers in the Far East, who wanted a high-productivity press for standardised formats with a strong price/performance ratio. It is intended for highly efficient production of brochures, catalogues and flyers.

When was it launched?
The press was launched globally in 2015, but was showcased to the UK market for the first time in February this year at an open house event at Heidelberg’s west London base. That event also saw the launch of the B2 CX 75, a lower-cost and more compact alternative to the XL 75.

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Jeti Tauro H3300 LED

A hybrid belt driven UV inkjet printer targetting high end market.

What does it do?
Agfa Graphics’ hybrid 3.3-m UV inkjet printer for sign and display combines award-winning image quality, low ink consumption and exceptional productivity. It allows the production of smooth, detailed UV-cured prints up to 3.2 m wide at up to 453 m2/h. Thanks to the rapid UV LED curing of Agfa’s signature high-pigmented UV inks and the operational benefits of Asanti software, this hybrid UV inkjet workhorse exceeds

Kodak Nexfinity

Kodak’s high-volume NexPress platform to the next level, Words by Nessan Cleary

What does it do?
Kodak’s Nexfinity press is the next generation of the NexPress, designed to ensure that Kodak’s digital presses remain a serious contender for high-volume work. It’s a colour sheetfed press using Kodak’s proven dry toner imaging system.
It’s designed for a broad range of applications including direct mail, commercial print, publishing, and packaging. Kodak expects most of these presses to print

Jetrix KX6U-LED

InkTec’s brand new entry-level signage and graphics flatbed.

What does the printer do?

It is a new flatbed inkjet printer with UV-LED curing lamps. The bed format is 2.5x1.3m for hand-loaded sheet materials up to 100mm thick and there is provision for a 2.2m wide roll-to-roll feed. This is a mid-sized model in the Jetrix range, able to take standard sized 2.4x1.2m (8x4ft) boards. The largest Jetrix Xi8, launched last year, can take two of these boards at once, so one can be loaded/unloaded while