Arrow Digital has recently delivered the high-speed Efi Reggiani Renoir Next 340 to Macromedia in Hyderabad. Installation of the new textile printer has triggered Macromedia to take its soft signage soft signage competency to a new level, meeting increasing demands of their corporate customers. Naresh Kumar Dasari from Macromedia says, “We have added the Reggiani printer to our portfolio to fulfill the increasing demand for soft signage and to extend our portfolio to exhibition backdrops, light boxes, flags, building wraps, tents, durable outdoor ads and more. As the demand for green technologies and products keep surging, Efi Reggiani Renoir Next 340 addresses all the needs.”
EFI Reggiani Renoir Next 340 textile printer is ideal value for aggressively developing and driving more profitability into soft signage operations. Users can print dazzling displays, high-density backlit signs and more with ultra-high resolution four-colour printing. Capable to pint direct-to-textile or indirect via transfer process, leveraging the type of versatility that allows for more jobs on different materials including economical or lower-cost substrates, users can create soft signs and fabric displays that retain the drape and soft hand customers prefer. With dramatic 4-colour printing with a wide colour gamut and deep colour saturation for exceptional fabric display graphics, EFI Reggiani Renoir Next 340 textile printer is designed for ultra-high resolution up to 2400 dpi and four level grayscale printing with 4pL to 18pL drop sizes. Naresh remarks, “Partnership with Arrow Digital gives us immense confidence to move forward with this cutting edge technology along with many other printers at Macromedia at pan India level.”
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