Agfa Graphics announced that Dambach Print+Service GmbH, the well-known screen printing house near Karlsruhe in Germany, purchased its first :M-Press Leopard digital press. Dambach Print+Service is the first printer in the world to use Agfa’s versatile : M-Press Leopard for high-quality printing on various substrates, primarily intended for point of sales applications. The purchase was finalised at Fespa Digital 2011.
Following its official launch, Agfa Graphics has now released full details at FESPA Digital of its new :M-Press Leopard which is targeted at the growing numbers of users who want the speed and quality of offset litho and screen-printing but with the convenience of a wide-format ink-jet platform. Designed on the same lines as the :M-Press Tiger, this new machine offers very fast throughput rates and the ability to produce double-sided print with precision registration.
Agfa Graphics announced today that a significant range of new inkjet printers will be launched at Fespa Digital in Hamburg 24-27 May 2011. Agfa Graphics will announce a new model of the market leading :M-Press family for industrial high-end digital printing solutions as well a new high productivity :Jeti 5 metre UV roll to roll printer next to the recently revealed :Anapurna M1600 and the introduction of roll to roll options for the :Jeti Titan flat bed press.
Agfa Graphics has announced another significant enhancement to its broad portfolio of UV-curable inkjet solutions with the launch of the “FTR” or flat-to-roll option for their landmark grand-format :Jeti 3020 Titan flatbed at the International Sign Expo Show (ISA) in Las Vegas, Nevada from 28 to 30, April 2011.
Running up to FESPA (Hamburg, Germany), Agfa Graphics announced a new member in the successful :Jeti series. With the :Jeti 5048 UV XL Agfa targets the 5 metre ultra wide UV curable inkjet market, an application segment that is becoming more important every day.
Agfa Graphics introduces the latest model in the popular :Anapurna range to the wide-format market – M1600. This new UV -curable printer both delivers the productivity of the :Anapurna M2050 engines in a 1.6 metre width at a maximum speed up to 46m²/h, and :Anapurna M1600 users benefit from white ink printing and the company’s flexible G2 inks. :Anapurna M1600 is designed for applications on the latest rigid substrates including mirrors or plexi-glass and roll to roll substrates that demand more flexibility including banners and exhibition graphics.