Impulse Graphic and Display Solutions Drives Increased Prepress Production
MIAMISBURG, OH — December 13, 2016 – The process of creating signs and displays is becoming more sophisticated, while the demands to keep up with faster wide-format inkjet printers has forced companies to re-assess how they manage their workflow. Esko reports that Impulse Graphic and Display Solutions Inc. (Impulse), installed Automation Engine to reduce operator time as well as automate step & repeat layouts to their printers and Kongsberg cutting tables. In addition, Impulse invested in Esko ArtiosCAD to add structural design capabilities to its wide range of services.
Founded 40 years ago and based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, Impulse Graphic & Display Solutions is a leader in retail in-store marketing, display and POS. From strategy through deployment the company’s 35 employees are valuable partners with the people, expertise and infrastructure to make the most of in-store print and display requirements. They are a comprehensive one-stop shop, offering project management, creative solutions, printing, kitting and warehousing, and shipping and installing.
Digital printing brought tremendous flexibility and capability to retail marketing and display work. In 2007, Impulse invested in a high-volume flatbed printer, recently added a new hybrid printer to boost its printing capacity to over 7,000 sq. ft. per hour and has invested in their third Kongsberg cutting table. “We felt the need to have the same family of cutting tables, moving away from another cutter brand to create consistency and greater throughput in our bindery department,” remarks Alexander Cachia, Impulse President. “Kongsberg tables are robust and very reliable, and cutting and printing files can be coordinated between the workflow, press and finishing table.”