Production JG doubles capacity with Anapurna H2500i LED Printer from Agfa Graphics Canada

From left are Production JG’s Sylvain Serres (Vice President) and Stéphane Gervais (President) with their new with Agfa Anapurna H2500i LED Printer.

Production JG, located in the heart of magnificent “Old Montréal,” has expanded its large-format department by installing a new Agfa Anapurna H2500i LED Printer. “We were looking for a versatile solution allowing us to double our production capacity – and this new equipment gives us even more than we thought,” said Stéphane Gervais, President of Production JG. The company has also increased its operating space by acquiring an additional floor in its existing building, increasing its total office and production space to 20,000 square feet. For the past 50 years, Production JG has been a key player in Montréal’s graphic arts community serving creative professionals, advertising and communications agencies and more. The company specializes in digital, offset and wide-format printing, graphic design, pre-press, binding and finishing, prototyping, banners, on-site installations and much more.

Agfa Graphics’ Anapurna H2500i LED.

The Anapurna H2050i LED wide-format hybrid printer is a high quality “workhorse” for sign shops, digital printers, photo labs and mid-size graphic screen printers that want to combine board (with its optional automatic board feeder) and roll-to-roll print jobs. Its engines print at widths up to 3.2 metres and combine high quality with high productivity for outdoor and indoor, rigid and flexible wide-format jobs. Its white-ink function expands possibilities for printing on transparent materials for backlit applications, or for printing white as a spot colour. The Anapurna LEDs are fitted with air-cooled UV LED lights that save energy, costs and time. Due to their minimal energy output, these LED lights are also ideal for thin, heat-sensitive substrates. Plus, borderless printing makes finishing fast and easy.

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.