Bookings available for Currie Group EFI Open House
Currie Group still has space for bookings at its Open House week, from 12 to 16 April, showcasing the latest EFI product offerings.
The sessions will include a live demonstration on its latest EFI Pro 32r+, as well as introducing the range of EFI wide-format products, such as the Pro 30f flatbed printer, Vutek 32h and Pro 16h hybrid printers.
The event will be at Currie Group’s Melbourne Demonstration Centre, at 2-4 Guest Street, Hawthorn.
The Open House event is open to everyone in the industry, but bookings are essential and can be made by clicking to register here.
Paul Whitehead, business unit manager Wide Format at Currie Group, said, “We’re excited to introduce new customers to Currie Group and those that are already part of our family to the EFI wide format portfolio. This new addition to the Australian and New Zealand wide format market, combines EFI’s state of the art leading technology with Currie Group’s premium service and support.
"Please visit us at our Open House where you will experience this firsthand and find out more about our market introductory offers.”
The EFI Pro 32r+ is designed to be an economical, production-level printer. Productivity is up to 256sqm per hour, with four-colour (CMYK) printing plus optional white ink or optional clear ink. Target applications include banners, billboards,
building wraps, flags, floor graphics, POS, posters, textiles, signage, wall graphics and wallpaper.
It uses the seven picolitre UltraDrop Technology for high-definition print quality, which EFI says gives up to 847 dpi resolution. It uses LED for lower power consumption and the use of thinner substrates. Inks are the EFI - 3M SuperRange
XF inks with 3M MCS Warranty, including white ink.
Options with the EFI Pro 32r+ include an integrated mesh kit, a wrinkle analyser, a built-in lightbox, white or clear ink printing, y-slitters, automatic blockout, backlit, dual roll split shafts, media edge guard, media saving wizard and iPhone application.
Advanced white printing for premium applications allows a variety of white print-modes up to five layers, an opaque white layer, selective or spot, and it and it can serve as a light diffuser in backlit applications.
The cool cure LED reduces operating costs and the environmental footprint. It will extend the range of supported substrates, including lower cost and added-value specialty media. It increases uptime and productivity with instant on/off and less maintenance.
According to EFI, it drives down operating costs with significantly less energy consumption and fewer consumable parts. EFI says LED cool cure gives improved control over gloss/matte levels, reduces waste with consistent colour output and simple operation, and satisfies customer requests for a greener print solution with low VOCs, lower power consumption, and less waste and consumables.