UniBlade2: Performance

Amazing speeds,
impressive performance.

Looping animation showing the cross-section of UniBlade2, filled with ink and overlaid arrows moving to show the constant fluid ‘cycle’.

Ink that’s always on the move, fast.

Uniblade2’ keeps the ink constantly moving within the chamber whilst maintaining a flow with minimal turbulence. This allows higher run speeds which, in turn achieves incredible cell fill by eradicating air pockets wihin each cell.


Ink goes in and comes out smoother and faster than ever.

To reduce the risk of gelling and really optimise performance, we looked closer than ever at getting higher volumes of ink more quickly into the cavity, then out again through the returns. We’ve achieved it with a subtle but intelligent re-design, featuring baffles and all-new ‘weir stops’ to tightly control ink expulsion.

Integral wash for built-in efficiency.

UniBlade2’s wash system is integral and automatic, so it saves crucial time between set-ups and gives you the chance to win back no-cost capacity. With downtime turned into work time, improved productivity is guaranteed, and even more so in bigger systems.

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