Agfa Holding Open Houses in California and Massachusetts this Week
RIDGEFIELD PARK, NJ—June 21, 2011—Agfa Graphics announced that technology experts will be on-hand for the company’s free Open House Technology Demos taking place this week. Agfa will be showcasing an assortment of its UV, solvent, latex and aqueous compatible wide-format printing systems along with display graphics, inks, software and more. The open house events are being held at Pitman, an Agfa company, demo facilities in City of Industry, CA, and Wilmington, MA, on Wednesday, June 22, and Thursday, June 23, 2011 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Anyone interested in learning about digital inkjet printing systems is encouraged to attend the open house events, which will include demonstrations of engines from Agfa, Esko, HP and Epson. Attendees can also learn about Agfa’s inks and other production technologies associated with inkjet printing, such as finishing systems, color management tools, web portals, job estimating software, and more.
The open houses will also showcase the company’s extensive media assortment including Agfa’s new environmentally-friendly, premium waterproof substrate called Synaps UV, and Duratex, it’s solvent, latex and UV curable media. There will be media from other vendors, too, such as 3M, Transilwrap, 3A Composites and Neschen among others.
“Print shop owners interested in getting into inkjet printing can benefit from attending these open house events. The events are designed to illustrate how wide-format inkjet technologies can boost profitability and help printers diversify and grow. Those who have entered the inkjet market can learn new techniques and tips to help make their current systems and processes more efficient,” said Deborah Hutcheson, director of marketing, Agfa Graphics, North America. “Wide-format inkjet is a fast-growing segment in the printing industry and is helping many printers differentiate themselves by offering new and exciting products and services to their customers that previously were unattainable for most commercial printers.”