10 November 2011
Graphics Canada shows off newest print innovations
MISSISSAUGA—Graphics Canada kicked off Thursday with lots of buzz and cutting-edge products on display.
 
That of course included cutters, such as an Aristomat cutter which is new to the Canadian market, on display at the NDgraphics booth. 


Aristo cutter 

 
Zund was featuring its G3 cutter which was being used to cut shelving and even chairs from thick board, while Esko was also showing off its Kongsberg MultiCut. 
 
Also featured prominently were several wide-format printers, including the Fuji Acuity LED 1600 inkjet which is set to hit the market early next year.

Gerry Chvatal, Fuji's technical advisor of digital print equipment, with the new Fuji Acuity LED 1600 wide inkjet


Other demonstrations Thursday included the Spring Anajet apparel printer, featured at the station of Value-Right, its distributor. The Anajet prints on a variety of fabrics and costs about 50 cents in ink per 8x10 image on a white t-shirt.
 
On Friday, Captain Canuck comic book artist Richard Comely will be signing material at the Printer Gateway booth in Hall 3, while equipment supplier Sydney Stone will celebrate its 60th birthday at 1 p.m. on Saturday with a cake cutting. 

Graphics Canada is at the International Centre, 6900 Airport Rd. in Mississauga. 
— Jeff Hayward
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