10 March 2009
Edmonton shop adds an Acuity to new display graphics division
EDMONTON—Douglas Printing recently created a new display graphics division and added its first flatbed, a Fujifilm Acuity HD 2504.

The new division, called Maximum Printing, also houses a Zund cutting system, an HP solvent press, and software from Human Eyes.

Maximum Printing and Douglas Printing are part of the Burke Group of Companies, which also includes Target Advantage and Douglas XPress. Douglas Printing was founded in 1902 and was purchased by Ian Burke in 2005. 


With the new Acuity is Max MacMillan, left, general manager, and Georgina Ivan, display graphics technician.


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