Bringing Inkjet to Commercial Print

The J Press family of digital inkjet presses from Fujifilm provide commercial printers increased flexibility that can bring new efficiencies to the growing demand for short-run and customized, variable-data printing work. New breakthroughs in inkjet technology from Fujifilm have enabled printers to deliver the quality of offset print to help win more branding business from customers demanding quicker turnaround and better pricing.

Fujifilm research and development has developed sheet-fed and web inkjet presses designed to compliment existing pressroom configurations and processes. Including our J Press 720S, a half-sized sheet-fed press you can add to your production line without any alterations in terms of paper handling and finishing. And our digital web press, the J Press 540W, enables duplex printing within a single tower for a compact footprint of 22′ x 9’and offers a multitude of finishing configurations.

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Powered by XMF Workflow

Fujifilm’s XMF Workfow system drives the front end of all J Press inkjet presses, allowing full variable data printing and access to XMF ColorPath, a cloud-based management system that can help you achieve consistent color across a wide range of printing technologies.

J Press Family of Commercial Inkjet Presses

J Press commercial inkjet presses include the J Press 720S sheet-fed and the J Press 540W web. Both are designed to help you dominate short run and customized print work and win more branding business from your customers.


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Our four-color, half-size sheetfed digital inkjet press.

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Our high performance digital web press.

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The most comprehensive workflow platforms for managing integrated production today. XMF Workflow is a powerful and flexible production hub that is built around PDF and JDF technologies to offer a rich set of capabilities in pre-flighting, color management, imposition and screening for a variety of output devices that include platesetters, digital presses and Fujifilm’s J Press 720 digital inkjet press.