Uniform’s Grenadier GFX2 targets the mid-range solvent-based market.
Addressing the mid-range solvent-based wide-format ink-jet market is the latest machine to be added to the Uniform portfolio of products. Available from British firm B&P Graphic Systems, the Grenadier GFX2 is a 2.64 m roll-fed piezo ink-jet printer which is designed to produce vivid and accurate output with an outdoor durability of up to three years.
Incorporating a choice of Uniform solvent-based inks, the six-color Uniform Grenadier GFX2 prints at speeds of up to 45 square m/hour in photo-realistic mode, and this speed can be doubled to 95 square m/hour for banners and billboards. The machine is suitable for sign-makers, bureaus and screen-printers wanting a cost-effective work-horse which is easy to set-up and run.
The Uniform Grenadier GFX2 fills current market requirements for a reliable heavy-duty printer which can be used with a broad range of coated and uncoated materials. It incorporates a heavy-duty take-up facility which supports rolls of up to 100 kg, thus making it suitable for unattended printing and longer run lengths.
The printer also includes an integrated system which features three heaters and ten blower units for fast and efficient drying. Its simple maintenance facility removes the need for time-consuming cleaning procedures.
Competitively priced, Uniform is supplying the Grenadier GFX2 with a choice of solvent-based inks. The first of these is ActivaSOL, which is free of potentially harmful elements whilst CitroSOL is an ultra low-odor organic solvent product.
For further information contact Andrew Wilson at B&P Graphic Systems on 01932 568555 or e-mail email@example.com.