Belfast-based print and signage consumables supplier, Alphagraphics, has recently celebrated its 30th anniversary by introducing the Acuity LED UV printer range to the Irish market. Originally conceived as a litho ink distributor, Alphagraphics has steadily expanded its portfolio over the subsequent three decades and - keen to tap into the hardware needs of its ever growing wide-format consumables market - the company has invested in its own Acuity LED 1600 II to provide in-house demonstrations.
Fujifilm today announces the release of a new machine in its Acuity series, the Acuity LED 1600R. This accessible, dedicated roll-to-roll printer is optimised for four-colour CYMK printing, but otherwise shares all the benefits in quality and performance of the highly successful Acuity LED 1600 II hybrid model. The first public demonstration of this new model will take place at C!Print Lyon 6th-8th February 2018 on the Fujifilm stand (2L36). It will be commercially available on the 1st of March.
Premium UK wallpaper covering provider Graphics Works based in Milton-Keynes adds Fujifilm’s Acuity 3200R LED to its ranks to boost production and reduce turnaround times.
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With a need to boost flatbed capacity in its factory, Resource Digital Graphics decided to compare printers from its existing supplier with a range of competitors over the course of a year. After a rigorous selection process, Fujifilm’s Acuity Select HS came out on top.