FUJIFILM North America Corp., Graphic Systems Division (Hanover Park, IL) has announced that its Acuity and Inca wide-format printer lines have been certified by Color-Logic (West Chester, OH) for metallic printing.
Per a release, Acuity and Inca press owners using the Color-Logic system can create metallic effects that can be incorporated into signage, displays, packaging and collateral material. The certified Fujifilm printers include the Acuity LED 1600, Acuity Select HS and Acuity LED flatbed printers, Acuity Ultra superwide roll-to-roll printer, as well as the OnsetX3 HS from Inca Digital, which is sold exclusively in North America by FUJIFILM North America Corp.
Color-Logic certifies printers for its system by “taking color measurements across the print run to check for consistency, and to ensure printing has the maximum output based on press, ink and substrates,” according to the release.
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