Color-Logic certifies Fujifilm printers
Published: 2 December 2020 | No comments yet
The certified printers include Fujifilm's Acuity portfolio, and the OnsetX3 HS from Inca Digital
Fujifilm North America has had its complete line of Acuity and Inca wide format printers certified by Color-Logic for metallic printing
Color-Logic certifies printers for its system by taking colour measurements across the print run to check for consistency, and to ensure printing has the maximum output based on press, ink and substrates. The certified Fujifilm printers include Acuity LED 1600, Acuity Select HS and Acuity LED flatbed printers, and Acuity Ultra superwide roll-to-roll printer, as well as the OnsetX3 HS from Inca Digital, sold exclusively in North America by Fujifilm North America.
With this certification, Acuity and Inca press owners using the Color-Logic system can create eye-catching metallic effects that can be incorporated into packaging, signage, displays, and collateral material.
Richard Ainge, chief technical officer at Color-Logic, said, ‘Now Fujifilm Acuity and Inca press owners around the world can confidently and consistently offer their customers superb metallic printing over a broad range of applications.’
Becky McConnell, segment marketing manager for wide format inkjet of the Gaphic Systems division with Fujifilm North America, commented, ‘Our certification from Color-Logic opens up an entire new market for Fujifilm press owners.
‘Fujifilm press owners can now offer their customers unique metallic printing for high-end packaging and prototyping applications. In addition, Color-Logic on Acuity and Inca presses offers great opportunities in creating intricate designs for signage and point-of-purchase applications.’
Ms McConnell added, ‘Wide format print providers looking for new streams of revenue can use this combination of printer and software to create high-value applications for existing and potential clients. For example, a print provider using the OnsetX Series printer and Color-Logic software can create the metallic special effects on packaging or displays desired by retailers and brands to grab consumer attention at the point of purchase.’