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New at drupa 2024: the Fujifilm Acuity Triton 1.6m printer

Fujifilm has previewed its Acuity Triton 1.6m printer at drupa 2024. This follows the company’s announcement of its water-based UV patented ink technology, Aquafuze.

The Acuity Triton project brings Fujifilm and Mutoh together, two titans of the wide format inkjet industry. Mutoh manufactures the hardware in Japan. Fujifilm has developed and produces the Aquafuze ink. The companies see Acuity Triton as the ideal pairing for the Aquafuze ink technology to support its vast range of applications with excellent print results for this market space.

Fujifilm says that Aquafuze technology meets a multitude of market requirements by combining the benefits of UV LED and water-based inkjet. It has low energy and low temperature drying compared to traditional water-based print systems.

Aquafuze provides adhesion to a wide range of media without the need for a pre-coat primer or optimiser. Prints have a thin film, that is scratch-resistant and does not require a top-coat. In addition, they are low-odour and safety compliant. The technology offers excellent jetting stability through reduced nozzle blocking due to low temperature drying.

Fujifilm sees the new technology as the step forward the print industry needs, setting a new wide format inkjet inkjet ink standard in the market.

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