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Agfa finishes the Anapurna family with a flourish

Agfa’s family of wide-format hybrid Anapurna’s is ‘complete’, as the business announces the launch of the 3.2m Anapurna H3200i.

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Agfa will launch its Anapurna H3200i LED printer at SGIA Expo next month

The launch is set to take place at the Speciality Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) Expo in Las Vegas, running from the 14th to 16th September. The new LED model joins seven other Anapurna’s in the range, and boasts a built-in white ink function, including pre, post, spot, and sandwich white.

Willy van Dromme, marketing manager for wide-format at Agfa Graphics, says of the new addition: “The Anapurna H3200i LED exactly meets the needs of most of our customers. This is a belt-driven hybrid machine which handles all types of roll media in sizes up to 3.2m, both in a single-roll and a dual-roll configuration.

“It also allows for printing on 4ft. x 8ft. (2 m x 3 m) rigids, fed with the long size first. Thanks to the LED UV curing, it supports the widest media mix in the market at all print quality levels.”

The Anapurna H3200i LED exactly meets the needs of most of our customers

Also on display at the SGIA Expo will be the Anapurna FB2540i LED flatbed model and the Anapurna RTR3200i LED roll-to-roll, as well as the Jeti machines, Mira and Tauro. Agfa will also demonstrate its leading air-cooled LED UV curing, allowing users to print onto more substrates and cut down on energy and operational costs.

Van Dromme adds: “With the Asanti workflow for wide-format printers, LED UV curing and the broadened assortment with Anapurna H3200i LED, we underline our commitment to the sign and display market at SGIA.

“Our customers will benefit from the operational savings, the broader media range and the environmental advantages that LED UV curing adds to the systems, without compromising on either print quality or productivity.”

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