Reproart Imaging, in business since 1986, recently installed an Agfa Jeti Tauro H2500 LED wide-format flatbed printer at its state-of-the-art production facility located in Toronto, Ontario. “Reproart Imaging has been working closely with its clients by providing innovative solutions and the highest quality of printing services,” said President Zohrab Tatikian. “Reproart continues to evolve by investing in the latest technologies available to ensure its customers receive the best service at the lowest costs.”
ReproArt Imaging offers large-format printing, signage, POP displays, floor graphics, banners, backlit prints, specialty printing, mounting & lamination, and much more. With on-demand printing and quick turnaround times, Reproart Imaging also provides small-format digital printing, producing high-quality prints on an extensive range of paper types and thicknesses. Common applications include business cards, postcards, newsletters, personalized invitations, booklets, brochures and manuals, bindery services, presentation folders and much more.
The hybrid Jeti Tauro H2500 LED relies on UV LED curing to offer vivid 6-colour (plus white or white and primer) prints, exceptional productivity and cutting-edge automation. A robust hybrid UV inkjet printer with an integrated roll-to-roll system, the ‘workhorse’ printer features continuous and automated feeding of rigid and flexible media. Its possibilities for high-end sign and display printing are almost endless – UV LED curing with prints up to 2.54 metres wide, print speeds up to 275 m2/hr., and a wide range of applications. The master Roll-To-Roll (RTR) option is ideal for long-run RTR jobs. The Tauro can also be used for roll-to-sheet printing – enabling fast throughput and reduced material waste. Gloss and satin modes are available for an even larger colour gamut as well as enhanced spot-colour reproduction without loss of image quality or extra ink usage.
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