For the first time, Graphics Canada attendees can get live demonstrations of two of the newest inkjet systems from Agfa Graphics. The :Anapurna M1600, a 1.60 meter wide UV-curable, four-color printer that features white ink and Agfa's flexible G2 inks, and the :Jeti 3020 Titan, 3.15 x 2.02 meter flatbed UV inkjet system with flat-to-roll option, designed with a modular format so it can be upgraded on-site, will both be in the Agfa Graphics booth (#3607) for live demonstrations. Graphics Canada is being held at the Toronto International Centre Hall 3 from November 10-12.
Attendees can also learn about Agfa Graphics' extensive lines of media, ink and other consumables, get workflow demonstrations, and check out print samples from the new :M-Press Leopard, the flatbed inkjet press, co-developed with Thieme, that offers economical, low to medium run-length digital printing.
"There is so much that can be accomplished with inkjet printing, but finding the right system or systems can be a challenge," said Lawrence Robinson, Managing Director, Agfa Graphics, Canada. "Commercial printers looking to expand their offerings by transitioning into or adding digital inkjet should come to the Agfa Graphics booth to learn what they need to know. If they are already involved, they can learn how much more they can be doing, how they can be more creative and potentially become more profitable."
Agfa Graphics technology experts will also be on hand to explain how to maximize cost savings with new advanced inks, media and other consumables. Graphics Canada is being held at the Toronto International Centre Hall 3 from November 10-12.