Posts Tagged “Inca Digital”

Cambridge, UK: At InPrint 2016 (Milan, 15-17 November), Inca Genius will present its inkjet technology and applications service for companies wishing to develop large-scale aqueous and UV digital printing systems.

Visitors will see the considerable potential of inkjet on the Inca Genius booth (E41), for a range of samples showcasing how large-scale industrial single-pass UV and aqueous ink-based solutions can be used on a variety of substrates.

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31st August 2016 – Inca Digital, a leading manufacturer of inkjet printers, is pleased to announce its annual intake of apprentices for 2016, as part of its continuing commitment to developing talent and potential.

A total of five positions were available, four of which have been filled for Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering and one for Inca’s internal IT department which is currently open to applications. Read the rest of this entry »

Inca has appointed Digital HiRes as its SpyderX distributor in Spain and the company will unveil the new wide-format, dual flat-bed/roll-to-roll printer on its booth A20 at C!Print (Madrid, 4th-6th October).

The large-format print specialist will demonstrate the versatility of the hybrid UV inkjet printer by printing a wide variety of products on a range of rigid and flexible substrates.

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8th August 2016 – The versatility of Inca’s inkjet technology was on show at this year’s Royal Academy Schools Show in the shape of student Elliot Dodd’s striking exhibits, Ice Cream Man (Grabber) and Ice Cream Man (Daytona).

The pair of sculptures — which were sold to a collector at the end of the show — started out as hip hop video stills which Elliot captured, printed and moulded as a skin around 3D objects.

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Inca Digital announces a collaboration with ink specialist Marabu GmbH & Co. KG ( in Germany to provide specialist UV printing solutions for industrial applications.

As a result, Marabu will sell the Inca SpyderXi dual flat-bed/roll-to-roll printer, in combination with Marabu inks and coating/primer equipment, for a variety of industrial manufacturing applications using diverse materials such as metal, plastics, glass and wood. Read the rest of this entry »

Company to build global reseller network for 3.2m wide, UV flat-bed and roll-fed SpyderX printer it manufactures in Cambridge

Inca Digital, a leading manufacturer of UV wide-format printers, has formed a sales division to commercialise the new Inca SpyderX dual flat-bed/roll-to-roll printer through a global network of specialist resellers.

Well known for the design and manufacture of the Onset printer, sold exclusively by Fujifilm, and the Truepress Jet W3200UV printer, sold by parent company Screen GP, Inca Digital has launched the dedicated sales operation, headed up by Laura Bannister, as part of its growth strategy. Schneidler Grafiska (, Sweden, and Digital HiRes, Spain, are the first companies to be appointed to sell the Inca SpyderX and more companies will be announced shortly.

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15th April 2015 – Inca Digital announces the launch of the Inca Onset R50i wide-format, flatbed UV printer.

This printer features fine-drop 14 picolitre Fujifilm Dimatix Spectra printheads and an eight-channel, dual CMYK configuration to deliver superb quality and 600m2/hr productivity with automation.

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Future-proof investment: new Onset R40LT allows firms to invest with future flexibility built-in

17 February 2015 – Inca Digital announces the launch of the Inca Onset R40LT wide-format, flatbed UV printer.

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17th October 2014 – Inca Digital has responded to the increased world interest in its wide-format flatbed digital inkjet printers with a major expansion at its Cambridge, UK headquarters. 

Further investment in the company’s dedicated Training and Validation Centre enhances Inca’s ability to support its customers and distributors, plus offers an expanded business development resource within the R&D department and accelerates Inca’s strategy to develop its inkjet technology for a variety of industrial applications. Read the rest of this entry »

Eco storage printed on Inca digital flatbed printer

2nd October 2014 Finding innovative and space-saving ways to store equipment within the school environment can be a challenge; making the storage fun and safe at the same time requires a creative approach.

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