Fujifilm to show Acuity EY wide format printer – Hall 7 Stand B12A

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At Printpack 2015 Allahabad-based Raj Printers & Packagers purchased an Acuity Advanced EY. Photo PSA

The graphic arts division of Fujifilm delivers solutions for workflow, remote monitoring, color standardization, pressroom products, CtP, proofing, digital printing, and wide format print. Fujifilm Speciality Ink Systems is a leader in the development of UV inks for wide format applications. This year at PrintPack India 2017, the company plans to showcase and promote a large gamut of solutions to amaze visitors.

Fujifilm plans to showcase its entire graphic arts product and solution range with prepress solutions such as plates, equipment and chemicals, wide format as well as digital press solutions.

Fujifilm will have on display its Acuity EY wide format machine as well as its CtCP platesetter. The Acuity EY features a CMYK + W color channel configuration. It is capable of printing high-quality, 1200 dpi or greater graphics on rigid, flexible and even roll media. In addition to the dedicated flatbed, the Acuity EY is offered with a roll media option.

Since PrintPack India has always witnessed many visitors including print professionals, converters, suppliers and packaging and print buyers, Fujifilm is looking to meet brand managers and professionals from the large consumer product companies and other print users, decision makers and influencers who are interested to see the innovations and solutions offered by manufacturers both on the offset as well as the inkjet wide format sides.

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