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McCrae Imaging gets EFI Reggiani to meet growing demand
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Apr '16
Courtesy: EFI
Courtesy: EFI
McRae Imaging, a Toronto-based digital textile printing innovator, recently purchased an EFI Reggiani  ReNOIR 340 printer to meet growing demand for high-quality fabric-printed displays, EFI said in a press release.

The newly purchased EFI Reggiani printer increases McRae Imaging’s output to up to 13,000 square feet (1,200 square meters) per hour.

Bob Murray, co-owner and CEO, McRae Imaging, said, “When people come to visit us and see what the machine is and what we have done with it, well, it pretty well seals the deal. It gives us the opportunity to show people what we can produce; having this machine has done wonderful things for us. And we are looking forward to working now with EFI.”

In addition to gaining productivity and quality, McRae Imaging has reaped other benefits from Reggiani technology. The company’s Reggiani printer is a very eco-friendly machine, running water-based inks with little to no odour and low power consumption.

Murray added, “There are just so many advantages to fabric printing. There was a point in 2008 where people were started to talk about eco-friendly, but then the downturn happened. Now I’m seeing it start to come back as people recognize that we have to watch the environment. Our machines are eco-friendly, and that’s another advantage to the Reggiani printers.”

McRae Imaging’s customers also see savings on the shipping, since their pieces are much lighter-weight than other materials used in the signage and graphics industry. Plus, fabric-printed signs fold up to create smaller packages, for even lower shipping costs.

EFI Reggiani is a leading technology provider of a full range of industrial solutions for textile manufacturing, including high-quality printers for fashion and home furnishing textiles. (HO)

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