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Inca Onset X2 With 3/4 Automation

Location: Manchester, UK

Price: POA

Manufacturer: Inca

Model: Onset X2 With 3/4 Automation
(Upgaded from S 50i)

Serial No: 50063

Automation Serial No: 88122

Print Type: Flatbed

Year of Manufacture: 03/2015

Condition: Good

Ink Type:  UV

Print Width/Area: 3.22m x 1.6m (126.8" x 63")

Colour Combination: CMYK

Printed Media (sqm) / Running hours: 434,000 sqm, equivalent to 26 days running.

RIP Included:

Availability: Immediately

Operational: Can be seen running

Seller Statement:
The machine is perfectly fine and all the nozzles are in working order.

It has antistatic and guide sensors with additional screens.

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