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Sandy Alexander buys US’s first Jeti Tauro H3300 LED

October 18, 2018  By PrintAction Staff

Privately-owned graphic communications company Sandy Alexander has become the first in the United States to purchase Agfa Graphics’ Jeti Tauro H3300 LED printing system.

Sandy Alexander has evolved into a multi-platform, multi-channel marketing communications company since opening its doors 55 years ago. Headquartered in Clifton, N.J., Sandy supplies a range of graphic communication solutions, data-driven marketing campaigns, computer graphic (CG) studio services, digital printing, direct mail as well as retail visual merchandising.

Sandy says it wanted to upgrade the quality of its Orlando, Fla., wide-format digital printing operation, and the combination of “high-speed and extreme printing quality” of the Jeti Tauro H3300 LED caught the team’s attention. The graphic communications company says the new system will help double its output without sacrificing print quality levels on master rolls using the dual roll mode on the Jeti Tauro H3300 while increasing its board production.


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“During the buying process, we learned about Agfa and saw their operations up close. It struck us that both of our organizations have a similar vision: innovation, technology, service excellence and protecting the environment,” said Mike Graff, CEO, Sandy Alexander. “Agfa’s dedication to applying ink to a substrate, investments in R&D and ink manufacturing helped us see the underlying economics of the Jeti Tauro H3300 and how it delivers the lowest total cost of ownership.”

Making its North American debut at SGIA 2018 this week, the Jeti Tauro H3300 LED offers four levels of automation. Sandy Alexander opted for a roll-to-roll configuration capable of handling heavy master single- or dual-rolls for double the productivity. The system also has a stacker for semi-automation which unloads up to four boards at a time.

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