Tuesday, May 20, 2014

GO F-24 Compared and Reviewed to DCS UV Printers--What are Pros and Cons?

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This is a first in a series of five articles comparing and reviewing the GO F-24 UF LED Flatbed to other products in the market. In our first article we review the products from Direct Color Systems (DCS). 

DCS has been in the flatbed market with both solvent and UV systems for many years. They have developed printers for different applications along with specialized inks and, according to our sources, have a good installed base of printers. 

The Pros and Cons for Direct Color Systems products are as follows:

  • Small Footprint
  • Braille /  3D Signage
  • Product Family
  • Ink Price
  • Printer Price / Performance
  • Printing Speed
  • Small Table Size
  • No CPSIA Certification for Children's Toys
  • Single UV Lamp
How does GO's F-24 Compare?
The Pros and Cons for the GO F-24 are as follows:

  • Printer Price / Performance
  • Excellent Table Size Means Lower Time and Cost per Copy
  • Deepest Gantry Depth
  • High Speed
  • Ink Pricing
  • Custom Jigs Available
  • No Table Needed for Printer--Small Footprint and Easy to Move
  • 360-2880 DPI with Excellent Image Clarity
  • Able to address 24"x18" Yard Sign Market
  • CPSIA Certification for Children's Toys
  • Dual UV Lamps
  • No Family of Products, Yet--New Models Coming

As many are aware we say: "GO Wide. GO Deep. GO Fast. All with GO Value." Here's an overview:

GO Wide: 24"x18"
GO Deep: 10"
GO Fast: Up to 100 sq ft / hr
GO Value: $60 for 250 mls, $200 for one liter--$0.18 per ml

For more information on the GO F-24 please click: GO F-24 Info


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