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Fujifilm Dry Lab Frontier DL430

Fujifilm Dry Lab Frontier DL430 - Fujifilm launch the follow-up to the acclaimed DL410, the Frontier DL430, a dual roll dry inkjet minilab.

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Fujifilm Dry Lab Frontier DL430

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This latest addition to the Frontier line-up offers a flexible and compact photofinishing solution with a dual roll paper capability that allows for the simultaneous printing of multiple sizes or surfaces.

Other additional features of the DL430 include the choice of an 8-order sorter or a 7-order sorter for large prints and two-line backprinting capability. This compact printer is a real workhorse and is capable or producing 650 4 x 6 inch prints per hour and 250 8 x 10 inch prints per hour.

The DL430 is powered by Fujifilm’s Frontier Workflow Management Software MS with Image Intelligence advanced image processing. The MS software efficiently expedites order fulfilment while the Image Intelligence technology optimizes images to ensure the consistently high quality print that characterizes Fujifilm’s photofinishing solutions.

Peter Wigington, Marketing Manager for Fujifilm Photo Imaging Group welcomed the release: "This new model further enhances the convenience and flexibility of a compact printing solution  and offers the benefits of dry printing technology. The addition of the second roll allows for increased production and, therefore increased profits. By using a DL430, businesses need worry no more about chemical waste and storage issues, it offers a clean, simple operation."

The Frontier DL430 is the ideal printing solution for many situations with its flexible output capability, a minimal footprint of just 0.5m², and no special power requirements. Maintenance is as simple as changing the ink cartridges and switching papers, so no technical skills are required. It uses a piezoelectric inkjet printing system that produces high-quality images on glossy or lustre roll or sheet fed paper.

For more information please visit the Fuji website.

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