Signarama Diversifies Product Offerings With Océ Arizona 360GT

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Signarama has purchased an Océ Arizona 360GT from Sign-Tronic. The printer enables customers to increase productivity and application versatility, and open doors to technical and specialty applications such as industrial flatbed printing.

Express mode print speeds of up to 35sqm per hour enables fast production of banner and outdoor work. The UV curing system delivers more curing power while reducing heat at the surface, improves support for heat-sensitive media.

Erik Storm, Director, Signarama Alberton, says, ‘We chose the Arizona 360GT as it seemed like the best possible solution to meet our needs. We use it to print on everything from glass and mirrors to wood and all kinds of plastics. We have only good things to say about Sign-Tronic as the installation and training went very well, and the backup support they offer is great.’

The model features a new-style tabletop that allows very thin media to be printed directly on the table without mechanical distortion of the media into the vacuum holes. This enables users to print very thin, flexible materials on the flatbed table, if they do not have the Roll Media Option installed.

The printers use UV curable inks and Océ VariaDot imaging technology to deliver near-photographic image quality for nearly any application. Printers equipped with Océ VariaDot imaging technology can simultaneously jet smaller 6, 12, and 18 picoliter droplets for the production of sharp images with smooth gradients and quarter tones. This technology also provides the ability to jet larger 30, 36 and 42 picoliter droplets for the production of dense, uniform solid colors. The result is near-photographic image quality with sharpness only before seen at resolutions of 1440 dpi or higher.

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