Meet The Digital Press of the Year
The J Press 750S delivers the industry benchmark in quality, reliability and repeatability through advancement in technology across all aspects of digital printing
The Perfect Blend of Old and New
PRODUCTIVITY: Four Reasons J Press 750S Excels
Zero make readies
The J Press 750S eliminates all the preparation and set-up time of an offset press. Just send the PDF and print. No plates to produce. No make readies. No run-up to color, no wasted sheets and virtually no press room consumables.
Typically > 90%
Up-time figures above 90% are typically quoted by current J Press customers, with the J Press 750S set to improve on this even further. This is because the J Press 750S features a new printhead self-cleaning process.
The new printhead assembly in the J Press 750S also features a new Active Head Retraction system to reduce the impact of any paper deformations on press operation.
3,600 sheets per hour
There are many technologies that enable the J Press 750S to deliver 3,600 sheets per hour:
- New generation SAMBA printheads jet at an even higher frequency of 33 kHz to maintain J Press’ reputation of superb dot placement accuracy.
- A new drying system uses a heated belt, hot air and vacuum to optimize the drying process.
- The larger sheet size of 23 inches by 29.5 inches extends the printable area of the sheet, further optimizing productivity with 6-up letter size output.
Dryer sheets, quicker finishing
Taking printed sheets and finishing them is also enhanced with features like:
- High productivity book printing. The J Press 750S prints all sheets in collated order, removing the need to handle stacks of different sections, and can be bound as soon as the first sheets are printed.
- Optimized sheet dryness. The new dryer system further enhances the readiness of the printed sheets for finishing or back side printing as soon as the sheets come off the press.
QUALITY: Industry Leading Technologies Deliver a New Standard in Quality
Features Ultra-consistent, High-performance VIVIDIA ink
Fujifilm’s VIVIDA water-based inks provide an extended color gamut and vivid color reproduction. They were developed to match SAMBA printheads and achieve consistent, repeatable performance on the widest range of standard offset papers. For the J Press 750S, these inks have been refined even further, optimizing the combined performance criteria of quality, drying and ink rub-off from sheet to sheet.
Print on Standard Coated and Uncoated Offset Paper
The J Press 750S is unlike most other digital presses as there is no requirement for specialized coated or treated digital paper. Offset printers can take advantage of current paper stocks, simplifying inventory and reducing costs. In addition, the 750S takes full advantage of uncoated paper stocks with the full vibrancy of VIVIDIA inks producing prints with even greater visual impact than from offset.
Featuring Fujifilm’s New ColorPath SYNC Brand Color Optimizer
Accurately Predict Spot Colors Prior to Printing
The Fujifilm XMF ColorPath Sync Brand Color Optimizer now makes it possible to accurately reproduce up to 90% of the Pantone library of 1872 colors with a Delta E of 3 or less, depending on the media chosen.
This enables you to make decisions about printing a specific job up front with no time or materials wasted trying to determine if a match is possible.
J Press 750S Specifications
Resolution: 1200 x 1200 dpi, 4 level grayscale
Productivity: 3,600 sheets per hour (static and variable)
Workflow: Fujifilm XMF
Variable Data: Barcode read & pull, rated speed
Country of Origin: Japan
Maximum Sheet Size: 23″ x 29.5″ (585mm x 750mm)
Paper Thickness, Standard: Single sided: 60lb text to 110 lb. cover/3 pt. to 14 pt.*
Double sided: 80 lb. text to 110 lb. cover/6 pt. to 14 pt.*
Paper Thickness, Heavy 8 pt. to 24 pt. board stock (.23mm to .54mm)*
Paper Type: Standard offset, stock, coated and uncoated*
*Paper thicknesses are guidelines and performance may vary and is dependent upon the mill, paper type, paper grain and paper stiffness among other factors. Fujifilm recommends testing all media prior to use.
Ink: Fujifilm VIVIDIA aqueous based pigment (CMYK)
Primer: Fujifilm RAPIC (Rapid Pigment Coagulation)
Wash: Nozzle cleaner and inkjet head cleaner
Carton Size: 10 liter
Shelf Life: 2 years from date of manufacture
Country of Origin: Japan
Machine Dimensions: 8’8″ (W) x 24’1″ (L) x 6’8″ (H) (2.65m x 7.35m x 2.05m)
Installation Area: 36′ x 17′ (10.8m x 5.1m)
Power Requirements: 285A/200 – 230VAC
ColorPath Brand Color Optimizer – How It Works
Pocket Folder Fast
An Omaha, Nebraska commercial printer has purchased two J Press 720S sheet fed presses to drive a competitive advantage in printing short run pocket folder and digital packaging jobs. Watch this video as the Pocket Folders Fast management and production team detail their experiences with this game-changing sheetfed production inkjet press from Fujifilm.
Classic Color, a Chicago area based PSP, was an early adopter of the J Press 720S, and experienced much success over the years. The third generation J Press 750S has added even more success to their operations with 95% uptime, what they defined as “unsurpassed quality”, solid consistency and impressive ROI according to Jeff Hernendez, VP at Classic Color.
What Customers Say about J Press
“The color consistency, crossovers, gray builds, overall quality and repeatability of output from the J Press is just amazing. It aligns perfectly with the higher expectations of our clients”
“The quality output of J Press is what initially stood out. In regards to color consistency, there is no other digital press that is more consistent, from one sheet to the next, from the tail to the gripper, the technology is revolutionary.”
“We have a tremendous range of equipment, and the J Press truly bridges the gap from our litho world. The first sheet to the last are perfect, always.”
“The Fujifilm J Press has transformed our business. The inkjet technology is unbelievable, it produces tremendous quality, and it’s a faster way to produce many of our jobs.”
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