Mosaica Group and Gravograph Partner to Enhance Portfolio
The Mosaica Group, a national distributor supporting dye sublimation and wide format print processes with equipment, consumables and services, announced a partnership with Gravograph, part of the Gravotech Group, a worldwide leader of innovative engraving, cutting and marking solutions for CNC rotary milling/engraving machines and laser systems. As a top distributor for Mimaki who recently partnered with Gravotech, the partnership allows The Mosaica Group to distribute Gravotech’s products including rotary and laser engravers as well as engraving materials throughout the U.S.
This partnership will expand The Mosaica Group’s portfolio of offering equipment that is able to create braille signage along with integrating the Gravograph product line with the Mimaki portfolio of printing systems.
The Gravograph IS400 is one of Gravotech’s top-selling rotary engraving machine designed for a wide range of applications including trophies and plaques, small signage, desk plates, ADA signage, identification of industrial parts and light machining. A variety of jigs and holding devices are available for the IS400. The IS400 offers the ability to create braille signage seamlessly.
Its design offers complete access to the object being engraved with the ability to preview the item with the built-in laser beam, ensuring the engraving is accurate and precise before it’s permanently engraved. Save time and increase production by using the Point & Shoot feature to easily determine the engraving area of any object – no rulers needed.
“I’m excited to be able to offer the Gravograph product line to our clients,” said Randy Peters, President and CEO, The Mosaica Group. “As our clients look at ways to enhance their capabilities, we can make bundle or package recommendations that offer significant savings for investing in both Mimaki equipment and the Gravograph product line.”
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