New printer allows Quebec sign shop to increase productivity

From left to right: Line Gagnon (operator), Johanne Boislard (vice-president), and Jean-Guy Boisvert (president) at Publiforme.

From left to right: Line Gagnon (operator), Johanne Boislard (vice-president), and Jean-Guy Boisvert (president) at Publiforme.

Publiforme, a sign company based in Sherbrooke, Que., recently acquired a new large-format ultraviolet (UV) inkjet printer.

The shop selected Agfa’s Anapurna H3200i light-emitting diode (LED), a hybrid UV LED inkjet printer that can print roll material up to 3.05 m (10 ft) in width and rigid media up to 3.05 m (10 ft) in width as well. The equipment offers average print speeds of 55.8 m2 (600 sf) per hour.

The shop believes the new printer will allow the facility to improve productivity and efficiency and provide superior products to clients.

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