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Mortsel, Belgium, 2014/05/14 - The mid- to high-end wide-format Anapurna M3200i RTR is one of the first models in Agfa Graphics’ enhanced Anapurna i-series, offering high productivity and quality at the most attractive price - AgfaGraphics.com. AGFAt.BR
At FESPA Digital (Munich, Germany, May 20-23), it will be shown with a dual-roll and mesh option.
Incorporating the latest generation of 6-color (CMYKLcLm), high-resolution print heads, the sturdy 3.2m wide roll-to-roll UV-curable Anapurna M3200i RTR printer achieves up to 116 m² per hour output in express print mode.
At FESPA Digital, the Anapurna 3200Mi RTR featuring a new design will be shown with two additional options:
• The dual roll option makes it possible to simultaneously print jobs on two rolls of the same media type, each up to maximum 60 inch wide. Material loading and handling is convenient and efficient.
• The mesh option makes it possible to print on mesh without liner, thanks to a special gutter underneath the printing area containing an ink absorbing medium. This option broadens the system’s application scope.
Thanks to the ‘thin ink layer technology’, Agfa Graphics’ large gamut of UV-curable inks enable printing on a broad range of flexible materials, including top quality banners, self-adhesive vinyls, and front- and back-lit graphics. These inks deliver the highest quality prints with the lowest ink consumption per square meter in the industry.
All Anapurna's come with Agfa Graphics’ Asanti workflow for the sign and display market, which adds color management and automatic preflighting. This not only provides consistent quality but also minimizes errors, thus increasing productivity and saving time. Asanti is completed by the Asanti StoreFront cloud-based web-to-print system, which comes as an optional low-investment SaaS solution.
Agfa Graphics (agfagraphics.com) is exhibiting at FESPA Digital 2014 in Munich, 20-23 May 2014.
The Anapurna M3200i is immediately commercially available.
Anapurna M3200i RTR is one of the first models with a new look at FESPA