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Issue Date: December 2005

UV curable inkjet printer

1 December 2005

The Océ CS7070 uses 16 printheads and just four CMYK inks to create great-looking 600-dpi output at production printing speeds on both rigid and flexible media.
This high-quality hybrid printer uses UV curable inks to print on roll stock or rigid media. It can produce extremely durable, high quality output for outdoor and indoor applications.
The Océ CS7070 can print onto rigid substrates or flexible roll media up to 185 cm wide. Roller tables are included to print on rigid media up to 152 cm long. An optional set of roller tables is available, for printing on rigid media up to 305 cm long. Users can print directly onto a variety of uncoated rigid substrates such as foam-core style mounting board, PVC sheets, styrene, aluminium-plastic composites and more. The tables are easily detached to accommodate roll-based media such as vinyl banner media, pressure-sensitive adhesive films, papers and various textiles.
Typical applications include indoor and outdoor point-of-purchase signage, vinyl and textile banners, exhibition displays and window graphics. The Océ CS7070 can print full bleeds onto rigid media, eliminating expensive laminating and time-consuming mounting steps.
"The Océ CS7070 gives even lower-volume shops some of the same capabilities as their bigger competitors," says Wojciech Skrzeszewski, the manager for Océ South Africa's Display Graphics. "The ability to print onto both rigid and flexible media gives these shops the ability to compete on price and turnaround time. Being able to produce rigid or flexible prints on one piece of equipment enables these shops to grow their businesses with an affordable capital investment."
The Océ CS7070 utilises 16 600-dpi Micro-Quad piezo inkjet print heads, featuring a total of 1536 jets to deliver high print speeds. It offers true 600 x 600 dpi resolution at print speeds of up to 37,1 m2 per hour in Billboard Quality Mode. In Production Quality Mode print speeds of up to 18,6 m2 can be achieved. A High Quality Mode is also available for printing at 9,3 m2 per hour.
For more information contact Peter Enslin, Océ South Africa, 011 661 9555,

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