Screen has commenced remote demonstrations of its new Truepress Jet L350UV SAI label printer from the Technology Centre in Amstelveen, the Netherlands, to allow potential customers to experience the new press despite Covid-19 travel restrictions.
The Truepress Jet L350UV SAI is based on a new technology claimed to provide an improved range of color accuracy and vibrancy. In addition to the CMYK inks, two more colors – orange and a unique blue – can be ordered or retrofitted to the machine. Existing and prospective customers interested in this technology can now experience it via remote demonstrations.
‘They are able to let it print labels, according to their specifications, watch the machine run from different angles, and get detailed explanations from its operator. They can then inspect the print result in close-up images on their computers at home or office. Screen sends hard copies of test runs via courier within 24 hours,’ said Carlo Sammarco, business development director at Screen.
‘Remote testing has taken off since we installed the L350UV SAI a short while ago,’ continued Sammarco. ‘It’s a solution to travel restrictions due to Covid-19. It’s also a tremendous cost and time-saver for our existing and prospective customers, who are spread across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. We think these sophisticated remote demonstrations will very likely continue to be relevant after the Covid-19 pandemic.’
Screen has invested significantly in the equipment needed to bring these online demonstrations to life, and the applications team has enhanced its presentation skills to make them engaging and compelling in a virtual format.
The Amstelveen site is also open for those still able to travel for in-person demonstrations.