For the Truepress JetSX, Screen offers a unique new ink that means you can print directly onto offset stocks. Gloss, matte, wood-free and more: from 0.08 mm upto 0.4 mm thick(3.2 to 15.7 mil)* can be handled so the range of choice is enormous as is the range of jobs that
can be printed.
*From 0.1 mm to 0.6 mm(3.9 to 23.6 mil) thick support is available as factory option.
The Truepress JetSX combines a flexible B2 format, ease of use and a print quality to rival offset – a unique combination that sets it apart A3 wide machines. It supports A4 8-page format with one operation (4up for each side), new print-on-demand application such as B2 size personal calender and A4 landscape photobooks and brochures.
B2 sheet support and offset level registration accuracy make it possible to fit seamlessly into a conventional finishing processes. It dries almost instantly so users can continue to postpress straight after printing. Existing folders and binding lines as well as varnishing, laminating and die cutting equipment.
Variable printing has a high added value and a major growth area for the printing industry. The Truepress JetSX's duplex printing capability assures automatic paper reversing and avoids any mismatch of front to back sequencing. Its RIP core, Adobe's PDF Print Engine® 2 processes PDF/VT directly from variable printing jobs and can deal with projects of greater complexity that has ever been possible.
Unlike most toner-based print-on-demand devices that have their foundations in office equipment, the Truepress JetSX uses the same paper handling and positioning techniques as an offset press. Thanks to its linear-motor-drive rotary table and high precision paper reversing unit, it offers registration accuracy that is the equivalent to traditional offset presses.
The Truepress JetSX features the latest generation of grayscale inkjet head with a minimum droplet size of just 2 picolitres. In combination with Screen's unique FM screening and industry leading 1,440 x 1,440 dpi resolution, the machine is able to produce stunning results that rivals offset for color and detail.
It is easy to create color matches across all of your different paper brands, ensuring the best possible quality is produced at all times. EQUIOS, the workflow front-end of the Truepress JetSX, concentrates color expertise in its single database, so all operators have to do is just inputting basic job condition, then the latest, most optimal color conversion settings are automatically selected. Another significant feature is spot color editor. EQUIOS approximates closest CMYK reproduction to certain spot color, which is likely to be a remaining issue when you considering full digital production.
Waste paper during start up is inevitable with even the most modern of offset presses. Thanks to its high accurate registration and reliable color management, the Truepress JetSX requires almost no make-ready even when changing from one paper stock to another – saving both time and paper.
Eliminating intermediate tasks drives business efficiency as well as environmental friendly production. The Truepress JetSX cuts production consumables such as plate, chemicals, etc... In addition, print-on-demand system is ideal approach that produce exact quantities where they are needed. Waste paper during start up is inevitable with even the most modern of offset presses. Thanks to its high accurate registration and reliable color management, the Truepress JetSX requires almost no make-ready even when changing from one paper stock to another – saving both time and paper.
Front-end solution and controller for the Truepress JetSX is Screen's original workflow called EQUIOS. It automatically produce optimal imposition/folding/ganging schemes acording to job condition. It can manages all output devices including prepress CTPs and toner besed PODs, and optimizes overall production process and offers Web to Delivery automation.