Agfa will exhibit its new Acorta automatic cutting plotter with Auto Recognition that is ideal for sign and display printers at FESPA Africa and Sign Africa, taking place from 22-24 July 2015 at Gallagher Convention Centre. The company will also showcase its Anapurna M2050i, a 2.05 metre-wide, hybrid UV-curable inkjet printer.
Acorta 3120 HS
This automatic cutting and finishing plotter helps sign and display companies strengthen their wide-format offering by adding an additional in-house production step. It turns a wide variety of rigid and flexible sheet media into POP/POS materials, decoration, containers, banners etc. With cutting speeds of up to 102m/min, the Acorta’s performance is unique. In addition, it is easy to use and flexible with fewer delays during production, lower labour costs and faster completion of individual jobs.
Incorporating the latest generation of print heads with double the amount of print nozzles, it offers a high throughput as well as high quality. Its new electromechanical redesign has made it even more robust, fit for sustained higher workloads. It prints 205cm wide and reaches print speeds of up to 90sqm/h, in six colours and white. The hybrid printer uses UV-inks that have a wide colour gamut, adhere well on difficult substrates and dry fast.
Entrance to the expo is free. Pre-register online, attend the expo, and you could win R1000 cash.