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Fujifilm X-Bar

X-BAR Powered by FUJIFILM Inkjet Technology

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Fujifilm Integrated Inkjet Solution's modular solution for digital inkjet imprinting

Features

1200 DPI Sharp, Robust Image Quality

The FUJIFILM Samba printhead is 1200 DPI and has 32 rows of nozzles, which provides not only high image quality, but also robust image quality over time. Robust image quality can be very advantageous over long print runs. With some technologies, in the event of a lost nozzle, an imperfection is immediately perceptible even in simple types of images such as bar codes and text. Samba’s 1200 DPI and 32 rows of nozzles per printhead give X-BAR enough spot redundancy to be unaffected in the event of some nozzle losses over time. 

An intuitive user interface

Manually moveable printbars

Low Switching Costs – Conforms to your Production Process

X-BAR Powered by Fujifilm Inkjet Technology is a modular solution designed to put modern inkjet technology into a form that seamlessly integrates into common commercial printing processes. The system’s modular design consists of printbars that can be individually positioned and repositioned along the web as print jobs change. The printbars can also be removed from one press and relocated to another press or onto a finishing line. The printbars are small enough to be moved by hand. Documents can be produced using current composition tools. X-BAR has a controller with a simple and intuitive user interface for quick training so you can be up and running quickly with modern inkjet technology.

Stability, Security, Consistency

Since its establishment in 1934, Japan's pioneering photographic film maker, Fujifilm has leveraged its imaging and information technologies to become a global presence known for innovation. Fujifilm’s historical strength can provide the backbone of security you need to protect your investments in commercial printing technology upgrades. Fujifilm, through the X-BAR and its companion 42K imprinting solutions, can scale with the needs of your printing business in multiple factories and multiple countries globally.