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It can handle media up to 830 millimeters wide at industry-leading speeds of up to 75 meters per minute. It is also capable of printing at a resolution of 1,200 dpi using CMYK and white water-based inks that conform to relevant food safety regulations. These features allow it to deliver both the excellent safety and rich color expression that is essential for the food products industry.

Thanks to its quality and productivity, the PacJet FL830 is able to meet a wide variety of print needs, ranging from promotional to production applications. It also demonstrates exceptional responsiveness for small lot jobs of less than 4,000 meters, an area that can be problematic for conventional analog production. At present, the system handles both PET and OPP media and SCREEN GA is working to further expand compatibility based on industry requirements.
The machine is currently scheduled for release around March 2021.

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