Keeping trim

Pictured left to right are: Michael Stock of ND Graphics; Dwayne MacKinnon of Auto Trim and Signs; and Richard Juneau, account executive for Agfa Graphics.

Pictured left to right are: Michael Stock of ND Graphics; Dwayne MacKinnon of Auto Trim and Signs; and Richard Juneau, account executive for Agfa Graphics.

Auto Trim and Signs in New Glasgow, N.S., has installed an Agfa Graphics Anapurna M4F ultraviolet-curing (UV-curing) flatbed printer, supplied by ND Graphics.

Serving the Pictou County market since 1989, the company’s in-house graphic design department produces posters, vehicle graphics, banners, point-of-purchase (POP) displays and rigid signage.

The M4F can print indoor or outdoor graphics on uncoated rigid media, including corrugated boards, rigid plastics, exhibition panels, stage backdrops and advertising panels, as well as roll-to-roll media, including films, papers, vinyl, canvas and banner substrates. At optimum print shuttle speed, it can reportedly output poster-quality graphics at 14 m2 (150.7 sf) per hour.

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