Italian-based NoeCha has shown Fespa 2015 visitors an updated version of its first large-format flatbed printer, launched in an earlier guise last year. The new version of the 3.2 x 2m NoeCha1 is equipped with a new UV-LED cold cure system designed by the company that originally used mercury lamps, a semi-automatic loading bed, and an easier to access printhead carriage.
Trimline in Italy will be the first to install the machine and another two will go to Trezzano Sul Naviglio, also it Italy. The company has employed a salesperson In Poland and is seeking others outside Italy.
The NoeCha1 is available in five configurations with up to eight ink channels and speeds of 120m2/hr - 700m2/hr. The printer has a native resolution of 600 x 600dpi (single pass), with up to four-level grayscale controlling the drop size from 3 -14pl.
The 30Khz printheads contain internal filters to remove residues, internal heating systems to operate at any temperature and 2.656 ink nozzles.