Flatbed UV-LED Printers
UV-LED Curable Flatbed Inkjet Printers
Flatbed printers are also known as scanning printers, because the printheads move back and forth while building the specified resolution across the object to be printed. Our UV-LED curable flatbed inkjet printers are best for flat or semi-flat materials. In flatbed UV printers, color is built up by repeated passes over the object. With a large platen, many parts can be printed on one printer at the same time, all with the same or different images. Variable-data printing is also available, enabling batch-coding or mass-customization. Our flatbed inkjet printers produce sharp images with smooth gradients up to 1200 x 1200 dpi.
Compare Industrial Flatbed UV Printers
Print a full platen of parts, each with its own design. It's easy with industrial flatbed UV-LED printers. Because they are digital, there are no plates to etch, and art can be stored for future use. With CMYKWW or a varnish option, these UV-LED curable flatbed inkjet printers can print a full platen in about a minute depending on resolution and configuration, producing vivid, memorable designs at up to 1200 x 1200 dpi.
FJet24 Gen2 Flatbed UV Printer
The FJet24 Gen2 Industrial Inkjet Printer is a high-resolution, high-speed flatbed industrial inkjet printer. This 24″ printer supports single- or bi-directional CMYK + WW printing and is excellent for industrial products, medical devices, electronics, appliances and much more.
FJETXL Industrial Flatbed UV-LED Printer
The FJETXL Industrial Inkjet Printer is designed to combine high-quality performance and high speed at an affordable price. The fJETXL delivers vivid colors and fine details, and at the same time, works seamlessly with professional ColorPRINT RIP and color management software.
What Are UV-LED Curable Flatbed Inkjet Printers?
UV-LED Curable Flatbed Inkjet Printers jet ink that upon exposure to ultraviolet light instantly forms polymer bonds. The ink itself consists of four components: monomers, oligomers, pigments, and photoinitiators. Essentially, the monomers and oligomers provide the medium for the color, which is provided by the pigment. Photoinitiators react to exposure to UV radiation and cause the monomers to instantly form polymer bonds, “curing” the ink. All of our industrial inkjet printers employ UV-curable inks due to their durability, resistance to fading, scratch-resistance, and lack of volatile out-gassing.