Agfa Graphics has won three Product of the Year awards at SGIA Expo for the second year straight, including two systems built in the companies Canadian manufacturing facility based in Mississauga, Ontario.
The brand new Anapurna H3200i won in the UV Hybrid category ($100-500k), the Jeti Mira won in the UV Flatbed ($200-500k) category and the Jeti Tauro won top honors in the UV Hybrid High Volume Production Class category.
The competition recognized the latest equipment and supplies currently on the market that are advancing the specialty imaging industry.
“These awards confirm the dedication of the worldwide Agfa Graphics team and their dedication to bringing high quality, high productivity and innovative technology to market,” said Deborah Hutcheson, Director of Marketing, Agfa Graphics, North America. “We design our products with the customer needs in mind. The Product of the Year awards validate our efforts to deliver sophisticated products that provide increased efficiency and profitability to our customers.”
The Anapurna H3200i LED 3.2m hybrid offers air-cooled LED UV curing and enables printing on a broader range of media. The system features a solid frame construction, user-friendly RTR media loading as well as quick system up-time, energy savings and overall reduced operational expenses.
Built in Mississauga, the Jeti Tauro with ¾ automation is a high-end, six colour + white 2,5-m wide, UV hybrid system positioned for the higher end of the sign and display market with print speeds up to 275 m²/hour. The Jeti Tauro’s scissor-stacker off loading system provides continuous feeding of rigid media. The system prints up to 2.5 meter-wide on rigid or roll media.
Built in Mississauga, the Jeti Mira is designed for heavy industrial workloads. It features optional varnish and unique 3D Lens Technology which produces a three dimensional varnish effect without the need for lenticular substrates. The systems “print and prepare” technology allows quick media loading while the printer is in operation. The Jeti Mira has six colour plus white with optional primer or varnish.
A total of 170 entries in 49 product categories were submitted for this SGIA competition. Prints were judged on overall colour appeal, tonality, image detail, objective colour matching and greyscale colour cast. Graphics has won a total of seven Product of the Year awards since its first submission in 2014.
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