SGIA 2011 attendees looking for ways to increase their product offerings, remain competitive and increase profit potential should head to the Agfa Graphics booths (#935 & 945). In addition to the new and popular inkjet equipment that will be on display and available for demonstrations, Agfa Graphics’ booths will feature a comprehensive showcase of real-world applications that creatively demonstrate unusual inkjet output.
“Now more than ever, adding an inkjet printer means more than just the ability to offer posters and banners. Because of the wide range of printable substrates that can be used with Agfa Graphics equipment, you’re only limited by your creativity and imagination,” said Deborah Hutcheson, Director of Marketing, Agfa Graphics, North America. “Tile flooring, lamp shades, fine art replicas, decorative fabrics and wall murals are just a few of the items that can be offered to your clients.”
There will also be the more traditional inkjet applications - such as retail POP, backlits, window graphics, vehicle wraps and more - to see at the Agfa Graphics booths. Digital print providers can learn how adding these engines can provide new revenue streams by broadening their new product offerings while also making them an essential partner for their clients.
In addition to the Application Zone, there will be several inkjet systems running live at Agfa Graphics’ booths (#935 & 945), including the new entry level UV flatbed, the :Anapurna M2540 FB, which is making its debut at SGIA; the :Anapurna M1600, a UV-curable inkjet system with pre- and post-white printing capabilities; the :Jeti 3020 Titan, a high speed, UV curable flatbed inkjet system with unique field-upgradability; and the :Jeti 3324 AquaJet RTR textile printer.