Total Graphic Solutions Adds Inca Onset S20 Wide-Format Inkjet Printer
VALHALLA, NY—Nov. 8, 2010—Fujifilm North America Corp. today announced the sale of an Inca Onset S20 UV flatbed printer to Total Graphic Solutions (TGS), a 100 percent digital printer based in Atlanta. TGS’s clientele includes advertising agencies, print brokers, retail clients and major brands who require anything from small format counter cards to large format graphic displays including window clings, floor graphics, standees, POP graphics and banners.
In addition to increasing capacity to keep up with the growth of its business, TGS wanted a device that could help it accommodate the growing demand for faster turnaround times and last-minute changes without compromising deadlines or quality. TGS was impressed with the quality of the S20 as it prints with a full bed array that eliminates banding commonly associated with other inkjet printers. The S20 also offers the option of gloss or satin mode, offering print buyers more flexibility without the extra step to overprint or laminate.
“When we first began investigating the equipment that would get our business started (in 2003), we were very impressed with the capabilities of the Inca Columbia as well its speed and all around technology,” said Charlie Rezac, president, Total Graphic Solutions. “At the time, we had zero sales dollars and even though the Columbia was the most expensive digital printer on the market and was not a well known name, we felt it was the best solution available for the type of work we planned to produce. Since then, we have built our business with Inca. As Inca enhances their equipment, we’re able to enhance our business and productivity.”
After the installation of the Inca Columbia in 2003, TGS installed an Inca Turbo 4-color. Then in 2008, TGS invested in an Inca Turbo 6-color which would replace the resident Inca Columbia device. In November, when the Inca S20 is installed it will replace the 4-color Turbo and is expected to increase their business revenue by 50 percent with its added capacity. Five times faster than the current equipment, the S20 is expected to launch TGS into new markets and will position them to compete with screen printers. For example, a run of 100 4×8 ft. pieces that would have taken a full shift to produce before will now only take approximately two hours on the Onset S20.