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CMYUK to demo new EFI VUTEk Pro 30

CMYUK has taken delivery of the new EFI VUTEk Pro 30h at its demonstration and training centre, with customers now able to book viewings to see the UV LED hybrid printer for the first time in the UK.

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The EFI VUTEk Pro 30h comes with XA inks, a new inkset suitable for roll-to-roll and rigid applications

The 3.2m-wide machine handles dual media rolls as well as continuous board printing, enabling boards to be printed back-to-back without stopping the printer carriage.

The printer also comes with XA inks, a new inkset that can be used for both roll-to-roll and rigid applications, as they are flexible and also adhere very well to rigid sheets, as well as resistant to finger marks and contusions bought about by the stacking of rigid materials. 

CMYUK sales director for hardware, Sue Hayward, comments: “The Pro 30h is a versatile, high production printer that delivers a stunning range of benefits at such a competitive price point. 

“This 3.2m-wide hybrid model really rounds-out the EFI wide-format range very nicely. It was designed to be a quality, high speed production dynamo.  It’s an impressive piece of equipment that combines very successful elements of EFI VUTEk technology packaged in one printer. 

“It’s a very impressive proposition and we’ve already had a number of customers buzzing over its feature set. We anticipate that it will be a very strong contender in the market.”

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