Following a hugely successful drupa exhibition in June, Fujifilm UK will host an open house from 27th to 29th September at its headquarters in Bedford.
This gives UK printers who did not make it to Düsseldorf the opportunity to see first-hand some of the Fujifilm products that created such a stir.
Making its official UK debut at the Go Creative Showcase will be the Acuity LED 3200R UV inkjet printer. Launched at drupa, this machine will run live demonstrations and produce mock-up samples at the open house event – allowing those who have not yet had the chance, to see for themselves, the extraordinary quality and productivity it can achieve.
The Acuity LED 3200R builds on the notable success of the LED 1600 and 1600 II – but with an extended print width of 3.2m, and increased print speeds of up to 110m2 per hour. The Acuity LED 1600 II will also be demonstrated and attendees can expect attractive incentives on both the Acuity LED 1600 II and the Acuity 3200R.
Headlining Fujifilm’s drupa presence and set to be a star of the Go Creative Showcase as well – with tutorials held throughout the day – the Jet Press 720S is leading the market in inkjet technology with nearly 100 units sold to date. Having sold the UK’s first Jet Press 720S in the lead-up to drupa – Fujifilm was delighted to take more UK orders (to be announced in due course) at the show. The tutorials will showcase the extraordinary print quality of the Jet Press and highlight the successful business models from existing customers.
The Jet Press 720S tutorials outline the unique benefits this machine can offer and will be held throughout the Go Creative Showcase event, all attendees are welcome to take part.
Also being demonstrated will be the market leading workflow XMF, the Acuity Select 38 flatbed printer as well as many samples of creative print.
Says Keith Dalton, Managing Director of Fujifilm UK: “We welcomed a huge number of UK customers onto the stand at drupa and were delighted that many of them placed orders while they were there. Importantly, these were all orders for commercially available products – which are transforming businesses today – rather than simply the collection of deposits for machines that are not yet on the market. The Go Creative Showcase offers a second chance to UK printers, who didn’t make it to drupa, to see some of Fujifilm’s leading products in action, and to receive expert advice on product packages tailored to their businesses.”