A smarter ink management system together
with the perfect ink for the job, specified from
40 years of service.
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The 1860 features a larger 1-litre Smart Cartridge fluid
system with the Videojet embedded microchip, ensuring
only compatible fluids are used. Loading the wrong ink
or incompatible make-up fluid is impossible, helping to
prevent common operator mistakes.
The cartridge’s are filled with the industry’s highest
quality inks and fluids, formulated to meet nearly any
application requirement on glass, plastic and metal,
or oily, waxy and damp substrates.
The 1860 printer is our most efficient yet with savings up to 20%* achievable through an innovative approach to condenser design and solvent recirculation.
* Compared to existing 1000 Line models.
Wide variety of inks
Most 1860 inks have a combination of special properties, from inks that penetrate thin layers of condensation and withstand the pasteurization process, to those that offer outstanding adhesion to steel, aluminum, glass, metal and wax coated substrates.
Videojet will help you choose the best 1860 ink to address your unique application requirements.
“The printer alert functionality notifies the central
control room or smart device within seconds of the
cartridge running empty, while an additional reserve
tank protects production. This means you can handle
the refill when it’s convenient for you.”
“High-speed, high-temperatures, resistance to
fading, solvents, abrasion and transfer – whatever
your requirements, we have an ink solution to
address your needs.
With over 40 years of ink development expertise,
Videojet is the right partner to support you in
finding an ink solution for your application.”
Inks for Videojet Continuous Inkjet (CIJ) printers
Additional Videojet inks feature unique properties,
benefits and substrate compatibility to meet specific
- Fast dry
- Retort & thermochromic
- Condensation-resistant / caustic-removable
- Solvent/chemical-resistant; heat cured
- Visible / invisible fluorescing UV readable
- Oil penetrating
- Flexible films/ plastics
- Heat/ steam cure
- Green coding