Spyder 320 has proved to be Inca’s most successful product ever, with orders coming from around the world, to the extent that every successive month since November 2005 Inca has achieved record levels of sales, the company says.
Spyder 320 offers the combination of quality, format and speed for a wide range of applications.
New models include a reduced cost four-colour, the six-colour printer (adding light magenta and cyan to CMYK) and a Spyder 320+ with a white ink option. It will also display a Columbia Turbo - the world’s fastest flatbed inkjet printer.
The Spyder 320-e entry-level version offers high quality at medium output speeds, yet with the option to upgrade on-site to any of the higher specification Spyder. This model opens the doors to printers with a smaller budget but who want to enter the high-quality flatbed printer sector. Apart from speed, Spyder 320-e offers the same features as any of the Spyder 320 models.
Inca has also introduced a new version of its SpyderRun software, which enables an top speed of 80 sq/metres an hour, with a production speed of 65 sq/metres an hour. The new software delivers an instant upgrade in speed and can be retrofitted to most existing Spyder 320 printers in the field.
The Spyder 320+ model offers an IncaPrint carriage with either white or six-colours. This new six-colour printer is designed for closer viewing output where there is a requirement to reproduce flesh tones with a flawless appearance and smoother light colours and graduations. Inca’s excellent registration system has enabled the Inca Spyder 320+ white variant to print white ink before, during or after printing the CMYK set. This is a decision made by the user at the RIP stage, often without any change to the source file.
All of Inca’s flatbed printers use Fujifilm Sericol’s UV Uvijet inks.