Agfa Graphics enriches wide-format hybrid Anapurna LED series for sign and display with new Anapurna 1650i LED06 Feb 2018
Agfa Graphics is expanding its wide-format hybrid Anapurna LED series for sign and display professionals with a new 1.65 m-wide hybrid printer – the Anapurna H1650i LED. This smaller hybrid printer was designed as an accessible and cost-effective production tool that combines the latest LED technology with Agfa Graphics’ signature high-quality output. The Anapurna H1650i LED will be revealed to the public at C!Print Lyon (France), which takes place from 6 to 8 February 2018.
Hertfordshire based Projects & Print has acquired 11,500 sq feet of new premises in Tring and invested in a new Anapurna RTR3200i LED 6-colour 3.2 metre wide printer with Asanti workflow to increase its production capabilities.
CJ GRAPHICS, one of the most recognized printing companies in North America, has expanded their in-house capabilities with the addition of two new state-of-the-art equipment systems. CJ GRAPHICS has added Agfa Graphics’ Jeti Tauro H2500 with ABF, and Jeti Ceres RTR3200 LED inkjet systems to their lineup. Powered by Asanti workflow, these wide format solutions provide CJ GRAPHICS with the power to answer the high-quality and consistency demands of their clients.
One of Britain’s most innovative printing companies, Shimmerdisc has just announced the installation of their 170,000 sequin display for Nando's London. Using brand new printing and product technology that the company invented, Shimmerdisc has ramped up their signage business with another retail deal. It builds on further signage business with Coca Cola at Wembley Arena.
B2B Graphics heaps double praise on Agfa. The Bicester based firm wanted to increase its production capacity whilst maintaining quality of output. After making a major investment in an Anapurna H2500i LED hybrid printer with Asanti workflow, the company was not only impressed with the performance of the new inkjet system but also found Agfa’s preinstallation, set-up, service and training truly outstanding. And this was the first installation engineer Nathan Green had carried out unsupervised.