Synchrolith installs Agfa :Anapurna M4F wide format printer

Left to right in front of the M4F are Claudio Quieti (Synchrolith Production Manager), Richard Hillier (President of Synchrolith) and Stan Tranter (Agfa Account Manager.)
Left to right in front of the M4F are Claudio Quieti (Synchrolith Production Manager), Richard Hillier (President of Synchrolith) and Stan Tranter (Agfa Account Manager.)

Synchrolith, a dedicated pre-press trade shop located in Saint-Laurent, Quebec, has installed an Agfa :Anapurna M4F. Synchrolith has been in business since 1978 and provides a full range of digital prepress services to its growing list of customers. From preflighting to plating, the company offers an efficient state-of-the-art process that “ensures quality and accuracy.”

Its new :Anapurna M4f is a wide-format, UV curable, industrial inkjet printer ideal for producing photo-realistic-quality POP, displays, posters, exhibition panels, stage graphics, ad panels and more on rigid media. Other applications include mock-ups, backlit, frontlit, self-adhesive labels, DVD printing, wood printing, art reproductions, personalized object printing, architectural, interior decoration and ceramics printing.

Maximum production speed is 150.69 feet2/hour, maximum print width is 5.11 feet and maximum media thickness is 1.77 inches. Highest output resolution is 720 x 1440 dpi. The printer also has a roll-to-roll option that allows printing on roll-flexible media for added versatility and ROI.

 

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.