CJ Graphics Buys Two Agfa Jeti Systems

PrintAction Staff
October 31, 2017
By PrintAction Staff
CJ Graphics continued to release details about equipment going into its new 240,000-square-foot facility in Mississauga, Ontario, which is to include two new wide-format-inkjet systems from Agfa Graphics in the Jeti Tauro H2500 with ABF and Jeti Ceres RTR3200 LED.

Driven by Agfa’s Asanti workflow, the Jeti Tauro LED is a 100-inch (2.5 metre) wide hybrid UV printer with an integrated roll-to-roll system. It is designed to reach speeds of up to 2960 square feet per hour and can feed a range of media including corrugated board.

The Tauro uses an adaptive vacuum system to hold corrugated and thin media flat for accurate ink placement. Its automated board feeder (ABF) can process up to four boards automatically, which Agfa claims to increase production efficiency by up to 30 percent. The white ink capability of the Tauro expands applications to backlit POP/POS or for using white as a spot colour on both rigid and roll media.

The new Jeti Ceres RTR3200 LED, aimed at higher-quality work, reaches speeds of up to 2,002 square feet per hour (186 square metres) on flexible media for both indoor and outdoor applications. The 126-inch (3.2-metre) wide roll-to-roll system provides six colours plus white to enhance the opacity, boost colour contrast, and improve text readability.

Earlier this month, CJ Graphics announced the addition of a six-colour Heidelberg XL106 press to its existing sheetfed-offset line-up of two 6-colour XL presses. The company’s most recent XL106 press is equipped with an Anilox AQ coater and Inpress Control, which CJ Graphics explains will be directed toward Heidelberg’s recently introduced Push To Stop operating philosophy. In late September, CJ Graphics began to install two fully loaded Xerox iGen 5 presses.

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