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Quartz Flash

Tacana D

tacana_overviewTacana D
M&R’s Tacana D is the ultimate integrated flash cure system. Tacana D uses sealed tungsten filament quartz lamps with adjustable intensity. Instant-on lamp technology conserves energy by reverting to standby when the press is idle, and the digitally-controlled lamps are divided into three zones that can be operated independently or in any combination. Using fewer zones on small print areas reduces ambient heat, lowers energy costs, and leads to faster substrate cooling. The unit ensures consistent curing with a reflector array, forced-air heat exchange, and digital temperature controller. Digitally-managed power levels enable precise control of the curing process. Tacana D takes up less space than standard flash units because it mounts in the screen holder and doesn’t protrude beyond the normal diameter of the press. An optional floor stand turns Tacana into a versatile, multi-use flash.

Red Chili

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Red Chili
The freestanding Red Chili uses sealed tungsten filament quartz lamps, and works with both automatic and manual presses. Instant-on lamp technology conserves energy by reverting to standby when the press is idle, and its lamps are divided into three zones, which can be operated independently or in any combination. Its adjustable optical sensor switch can be positioned on either side of the flash, allowing the Red Chili to match the rotation direction of the press. The sensor doesn’t require a signal from the press, making it easy to move the unit between printheads or presses without time-consuming setup. The sensor also makes the Red Chili ideal for manual press flashing. A communication socket enables PLC or optional foot pedal cycle control. The curing module is mounted on a height-adjustable floor stand.

Cayenne D

cayenneD_overviewCayenne D
Cayenne D is M&R’s most sophisticated and versatile freestanding quartz flash system. Cayenne D uses sealed tungsten filament quartz lamps with adjustable intensity. Instant-on lamp technology conserves energy by reverting to standby when the press is idle, and the digitally-controlled lamps are divided into three zones that can be operated independently or in any combination. Using fewer zones on small print areas reduces ambient heat, lowers energy costs, and leads to faster substrate cooling. The unit ensures consistent curing with a reflector array, forced-air heat exchange, and digital temperature controller. Curing duration can be controlled by a digital timer or by an ink temperature sensor that automatically shuts off the flash when the substrate reaches operator-set temperature. The stand is easy to move, and lamp height can be adjusted.