EFI is being represented on the stand of its dealer Fleksmedia at the Upcoming Sign Istanbul event in Turkey. Fleksmedia will be demonstrating the 3.2m wide VUTEk GS3250LX LED hybrid printer which will be shown printing direct to rigid substrates and roll-fed materials, including sensitive media that cannot be used with machines running mercury arc lamps.
Sign Istanbul gives Fleksmedia its first opportunity to put EFI’s LED technology through its paces and the company’s Ahmet Erben is eager to show visitors to the exhibition the true potential available with the VUTEk GS3250LX printer. The printer's LED technology not only broadens the array of application possibilities with the ability to print on thinner and heat-sensitive materials, but it also offers customers a greener printing alternative with no VOCs, fewer consumables, and less waste and energy consumption. It has risen rapidly in popularity world-wide because of its superior imaging quality with 8 colour plus white and true 600 or 1000 dpi, accurate PMS colour matching, high production speeds and low temperature curing. It also features a remarkably compact footprint making it easy to accommodate in all production areas.
Fleksmedia expects interest to be high in the VUTEk GS3250LX as businesses in Turkey are looking to take advantage of the benefits UV-curable printing can bring, with the added versatility available with LED technology. “Sign-makers and display producers increasingly are looking to make the transition to UV-curable production and the addition of EFI’s ‘cool cure’ capabilities brings another level of versatility to this 3.2m wide-format printer,” confirms Erben.
Also on display at the show will be the high-value EFI R3225 UV roll-to-roll and EFI H652 UV hybrid wide format printers; both excellent choices for those looking to add incremental revenue opportunity with wide format graphics printing.
Sign Istanbul 2013 takes place at TÜYAP Beylikdüzü Fair & Congress Centre, Istanbul, from 28 November to 1 December. Now in its 15th year, the show is expecting at least 25,000 visitors from Turkey, the Balkan states, the CIS, Middle-East and North Africa.