By Marc Verbiest, Monday 10 June 2013
As the leading pioneer in a broad range of inkjet technologies, including software, inks and production machines, EFI continues to dominate the solvent to UV-curable transition to bring more cost-effective and greener practices to manufacturing and print processes.
With solutions for all sectors of the graphic arts industry, products today include sophisticated workflow options as well as devices that cater for the narrow- as well as the wide-format sectors.
EFI is proud to sponsor the Wide-format report as it reflects the high-quality creativity and production that can be manufactured by today’s display producers and print service providers. Advances across all sectors of print benefit from continual and consistent digital enhancements, which are now used by all sectors, from software through print to finishing, enabling greater accuracy and faster turnarounds.
In line with EFI’s philosophy, PrintWeek concentrates on today’s technologies and how they can be applied in practical terms. EFI has played a major role for many years by assisting in the education and fulfilment needs of printers in all sectors worldwide, and the importance of wide-format production has led to the decision to once again sponsor this special report.
EFI is also encouraging more sustainable working methods and practices for businesses of all sizes and, again, this philosophy is demonstrated clearly in today’s wide-format digital print applications. The company also believes that, by designing and developing print engines and inks that address a greener environmental need, greater efficiencies are generated.
As the sponsor of the Wide-format report, EFI’s cost-effective and reliable hardware solutions are complemented by comprehensive software platforms that include web-to-print, full production and RIP options, JDF connectivity and management information. The company’s full range of solutions, in turn, assist display producers, sign-makers and printers to achieve consistently high-quality results and reduce turnarounds.