RJ Display, part of RJ Design Associates (RJDA), has said its latest investment, an Agfa M-Press Leopard, will set it apart from its competitors when it arrives next month.
Set for installation on 7 July at the company's Derbyshire facility, RJ Display said the machine "goes to the next level in high quality print and top productivity".
RJ Display managing director Rob Walker said: "We’re really excited to be getting the M-Press Leopard in the next couple of weeks.
"It’s a great piece of kit that sets us apart from some of our competitors, and with the factory-fitted automation included, we can get started on producing stunning, quality output straight away, passing on the benefits to our clients."
The M-Press Leopard, launched at Fespa last year, is a smaller, manual version of its M-Press Tiger flatbed inkjet press.
Agfa's flatbed incorporates the same inkjet shuttle technology as the Tiger, meaning it can match the Tiger for print quality and speed, and is intended for jobs that require more manual handling.
RJ Display's press has a maximum print size of 1.6x2.6m and can handle substrates up to 50mm thick. It also features instant curing technology so jobs are ready to be finished as soon as they've finished printing.
When it arrives, the M-Press Leopard will complement a set-up that includes two Agfa Jeti machines and six HP printers including three Designjet wide-format models.
"Since setting up RJDA in 2000, I’ve been really keen to ensure we continue to grow and develop as new technology and ideas come along. Our extension and the new M-Press Leopard enables us to do just that," said Walker.