JMD Digital Art Xchange Expands Production Capacity With EFI



Delhi-based JMD Digital Art Xchange has invested in an EFI Pro 32r + 3.2m roll-to-roll printer. The machine was provided by Arrow Digital.

Anupam Gupta of JMD Digital Art Xchange said, “Currently the market is moving towards roll-to-roll jobs. There are a lot of technologies on the market, but EFI Pro 32r + is a true roll-to-roll printer. The print quality is breathtaking. The machine is one step ahead of its competitors. This gives us the confidence to tap more corporate clients, maintain strict TATs, and be a differentiator. “

Using Ricoh Gen 5, the printer uses UltraDrop seven pl technology, producing rich graphics and text with exceptional smoothness in shadows, gradients and transitions with a resolution of up to 847 dpi and a blazing speed of 2756 ft2 / h. On top of all these features, it comes with cutting edge LED curing technology and all its cost savings and environmental benefits. The printer provides optional white with EFI UltraDrop technology, for those who want the best quality, sharpness and vividness.

EFI always prints with environmentally friendly inks made from renewable resources, providing sustainable and environmentally friendly printing solutions to its customers. The Greenguard and Greenguard Gold certifications accredited by EFI show its continued involvement and passion for growing environmental concerns and its commitment to providing green solutions.

Sam Patel, CEO and Managing Director of Arrow Digital, said, “JMD and Arrow have been partners for decades. Gupta has always been an innovator and innovative thinker in the display graphics market and the printing industry. With his expertise and love for quality printing, he has reached great heights and has a long list of corporate clients.

Gupta added, “We have great confidence in EFI and Arrow for their unparalleled support. With their help, our teams are always confident to delve into disruptive technologies. We look forward to adding many more innovative printers and equipment from Arrow in the near future.



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