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Star Product: Agfa Graphics Anapurna XLS

Announced at Agfas pre-Drupa conference last month, the Anapurna XLS is the latest addition to the companys inkjet printer family, which it has claimed offers superior quality and detail rendering, compared to other models on the market.

Me & my: Durst Rho 512R

Matt Tydeman is going large again. The managing director of an Essex-based large-format printer was looking for another – better – machine than his existing line-up that included models from Rastergraphics, NUR and HP Scitex. He chose the 5m-wide Durst Rho 512R.

Me & my: Agfa Jeti Mira

Last August saw the first UK installation of a new generation of Agfa flatbed UV printers at Graphica Display in Chessington.

Me & my: Schneider Senator 115H ‘CT’

For many 80s and 90s kids, the word ‘sticker’ is a very nostalgic one indeed. In a simpler pre-iPad age, stickers, whether football profiles heatedly traded in the playground, or those collected at tourist attractions and compiled in special commemorative sticker albums, held a unique, and strangely compelling appeal.

HP Designjet L25500

    Review
  • Wednesday, September 1, 2010
High quality display graphics are the forte of this HP machine as Gavin Bromley, technical support manager at Signs Express, tells Tim Sheahan

Me & my: Inktec Jetrix KX6 & KX7

Motion is a point-of-sale and digital print specialist based in Leicester. It handles large-format digital printing, CAD cutting and small-format digital work such as leaflets and brochures.

Me & my: Océ ColorWave 600

Walking into Tower Printing is a bit like walking onto the set of Only Fools and Horses. For starters, the commercial print outfit is situated in Peckham in south-east London, home to Del Boy's clan.

Me & my... Inca Onset S40

    Review
  • Wednesday, February 15, 2012
"We went to Belgium, Barcelona and... Ramsgate," reveals Richard Blueitt, operations director and co-owner at Wiltshire based retail printer Superior Creative. "In fact, we went to Belgium twice."

Agfa Anapurna L/XL

Agfa's Anapurna flatbed inkjet is finally with us, though not in the way Agfa originally planned. The Anapurna L and XL models are sensibly priced, fast, medium-quality printers. They started reaching customers in July and so far, 11 have shipped - mostly the 2.5m XL size - with delivery eight or nine weeks after orders, says Steve Collins, Agfa's account manager for industrial and wide-format print.

Me & my: Massivit 1800

Andesign believes the benefits of investing in the Massivit 1800 large-format 3D printer are worth making an elephant-sized fuss about.

Me & my: Roland VersaUV S-Series LEC-330S F200

They’re a plain speaking bunch at The Sign Shed, as befits the North Yorkshire location. That approach is exemplified by the name, which references the firm’s origins in a garden shed making signs.

DuPont Cromaprint 22UV

In the wide-format sector, the debate between UV and solvent is at its height. Solvent printers are cheaper and faster and their inks arguably produce a wider colour gamut. UV printers, on the other hand, offer less waste, less downtime, a wider range of substrates and applications, and easier use. But UV is more expensive - estimates put the inks at around 15-30% more - and its colour gamut is generally held to be smaller and less vibrant than the dye-based inks used by solvent printers.

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