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Inca Digital exhibited at Fespa for the first time


Inca Digital exhibited at Fespa 2017. Is the first time the British pioneer in the development and manufacturing of inkjet technologies has exhibited at Fespa in its own right. The exhibition had provided Inca with the perfect platform to showcased a range of its new products and technologies, and unveil the magic behind its products, with a themed stand demonstrating how its inkjet innovations go far beyond what meets the eye. A renowned magician, winner of ‘The Magic Circle Close-Up Magician of the Year 2017’, was on the stand demonstrating the magic of Inca through bespoke illusions and performances.

Says John Mills, CEO, Inca Digital: “We were very excited to showcased our inkjet technologies this year at Fespa 2017. With a growing number of products across a range of industries, we believe the time is right to give visitors to Fespa 2017 a much greater understanding of what Inca currently offers and the exciting new product innovations we are working on. Inkjet technology is impacting on all sectors of the industry and our relentless commitment to innovation, combined with our entrepreneurial approach to business means we are at the forefront of this impact in many sectors. Fespa 2017 gives us an outstanding platform to demonstrate all we have to offer.”

Taking centre stage on the Inca stand were the latest version of the SpyderX – a flatbed machine with added functionality of roll-to-roll printing. This printer’s true versatility and potential will be put to the test on the stand throughout the show, printing on a range of substrates - all showcasing how this machine brings a level of high-end quality and performance to the mid-range market that sets it apart from all other competitors in its class.

Launched in 2016, the SpyderX has been developed to meet the increasing market demand for a cost-effective mid-range printer that was capable of delivering the highest quality prints on a wide variety of substrates. Originally featuring a 3.2 x 1.6m print area, the new SpyderX now features a 3.2 x 2m flatbed as well as roll-to-roll printing capabilities, offering maximum flexibility and the opportunity for printers to open up new revenue streams with the same press. Its precise registration and robust printhead technology offers consistently high quality output without any degradation in quality over time. The flexible SpyderX can serve either as a complementary production workhorse alongside the Onset X series for smaller runs and more bespoke work, or for those businesses who require all the benefits of high end inkjet platform in a mid-range machine.


The SpyderX is available globally through Inca’s growing network of distributors, who will be on stand to welcome visitors and give them insight into how Inca can transform their industry. Says John Mills: “Our distributors have outstanding reputations in their respective markets and having them on stand gives us an opportunity to showcase just how involved Inca is across a wide range of sectors. Visitors will be able to discuss in-depth technical and applications related matters with our specialists, gaining an exclusive insight into Inca’s products and how they could forever change the way they work.”

In addition to the SpyderX, Inca introduced IncaConnect, a powerful software suite developed in response to customer need for greater visibility and management of the workflow process for their Onset and Spyder machines. This new software, accessible via a web-based GUI, dramatically improves data visualisation with an integrated dashboard, displaying statistics that can help customers quickly analyse efficiency, identify trends and improve job costing. IncaConnect is designed to seamlessly integrate any Inca machine into existing workflow solutions, reducing job configuration time and manual intervention, enhancing productivity and reducing downtime.

Inca Genius, Inca’s service for the industrial market, was featured prominently on the Fespa stand via a showcase and demonstration videos. Continues John Mills: “Inkjet’s inherent versatility means it is increasingly seen as a viable technology for many industrial markets, who are facing their own challenges in terms of how they reduce run lengths, increase personalisation and produce on demand, all without interrupting their current production schedules or compromising on quality.”

Concludes John Mills: “Inca Digital has always been about innovation - getting close to customers, understanding their needs, and critically, the reasons behind these needs. This has helped us consistently deliver user-centric products to the market and this has been the foundation of our success.”

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