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Arrow Digital installs EFI Reggiani Renoir at Macromedia

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Oct '18
Courtesy: EFI
Courtesy: EFI
Arrow Digital has recently installed the high speed state of the art EFI Reggiani Renoir Next 340 at Macromedia Digital Imaging, Hyderabad. Macromedia has installed the Reggiani to cater the digital soft signage and textile demands of corporates and high profile customers. Macromedia is a leader in providing complete end-to-end out of home (OOH) solutions.

“We have added the Reggiani to our portfolio to fulfil the ongoing soft signage demands and to extend our portfolio to exhibition backdrops, light boxes, flags, building wraps, tear drops, tents, durable outdoor advertising materials, and much more. As the demand for Green Technologies and products is booming, this printer addresses all the needs and demands of our high profile customers. With the high speed and no compromise on quality, we will hit the maximum demands of our corporate customers and brands, and be way ahead of the competition,” Naresh Kumar Dasari from Macromedia said in a press release by Arrow Digital.

The EFI Reggiani Renoir Next 340 textile printer is ideal value for aggressively developing and driving more profitability into soft-signage operations. Users can print dazzling displays, high-density backlit signs, and more with ultra-high resolution four-color printing. They can print direct to textile or indirect via transfer process, leveraging the type of versatility that allows for more jobs on different materials including economical or lower- cost substrates. Users can create soft signs and fabric displays that retain the drape and soft hand customers prefer. They can produce graphics that can be washed and dried without wrinkling, folded without leaving marks, and can be reused.

It provides dramatic 4-color printing with a wide colour gamut and deep colour saturation for exceptional fabric display graphics. It also gives ultra-high resolution up to 2400 dpi and four level grayscale printing with 4pL to 18pL drop sizes. The printer is ideal for the production of flags, banners, backlit displays, and other high-end display graphics. Other features include auto print head cleaning station to increase printer uptime; capping station to keep the system up and running; patented ink recirculation system for improved ink yield; wrinkle-detect system to protect against costly repairs due to head strikes. The water-based inks help to reduce environmental footprint.

“We will now be able to work with lightweight, textile-based materials that offer environmental and logistical benefits, including easy and economical delivery and installation. The ultra-high resolution, deep colour saturation, sharper, richer blacks amazed us. The colours are indeed very vibrant and appeared as if it was painted on the fabric which help in back lit applications. Having Arrow Digital as our partner gave us immense confidence to move forward with this cutting edge technology along with many other printers at Macromedia Pan India. Arrow’s knowledge in dye sublimation and digital textile applications has helped us move forward sooner than later and look forward to adding more green technologies and products in the near future to drive our growth,” Dasari said. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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