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ITI TX2512

UV LED Flatbed Printer

High speed. High resolution.

Advanced print heads   Greyscale Gen5 print head technology, variable drop size from 7-21 picoliters
High speed performance  Standard 5 print heads vs. a conventional 2 print heads virtually doubles your print speed
Large scale bed   Full bleed, 100” x 48.2” true flatbed print area with engraved digital measurement ruler for alignment
4 zone bed vacuum   Securely holds down media from full-size to multiple smaller items. Auto pop-up pin system
Latest UV technology   Energy efficient LED curing system

Easy nozzle purging   Negative air flow system quickly flushes nozzles for less maintenance and down time
Environment-friendly inks   Fast drying, VOC-free UV inks
Versatile ink availability   CMYK, white, varnish; optional specialty inks available for glass, acrylic and vacuum forming
Three layer printing    Print white ink between CMYK for two-sided visuals on transparent media
A multitude of applications   Suitable for any rigid media and jig application up to a full 4-inches thick
Supported by ITI   Standard one-year limited warranty

Larger and smaller sizes available   Special request sizes: 78″ x 120″ and 63″ x 63″


Ink versatility.

ITI supplies UV inks formulated for flexible and rigid media applications. These are versatile OEM inks available in CMYK, white, clear, Lm & Lc.

Consistent image quality

Quality signage is imperative for effective communications. As the signage industry evolves, ITI strives to be at the forefront – developing large format flatbeds for consistent professional work that requires zero defects and quality workmanship along with cost effectiveness. It’s the reliability of our innovative spirit that continues to fulfill the needs of today’s sign graphics industry.

FLAAR REPORT  |  In October, 2015, FLAAR Reports (wide-format industry analysts) published an in depth analysis of ITI’s 4’ x 8’ flatbed – TX2512. Please note that since this report was published, this flatbed has been upgraded to a LED UV curing model and the name designation has changed to ITI2512-UVR. All other aspects of the printer though are the same as the printer FLAAR Reports discusses. (Prices stated in the report are for the mercury lamp model which is being phased out.)