Supreme Color Graphics Answers Need for Quality Sign and Display Work
Supreme Color Graphics, one of the Southeast's fastest-growing trade printing enterprises, has upgraded their UV wide-format inkjet printer to a Jeti Tauro H2500 LED from Agfa. The new hybrid printer is bringing faster turnarounds at a higher quality, which is catching the attention of offset and sign and display printers as far away as California.
"Our capacity has doubled with the Jeti Tauro, and we are consistently delivering superior print output on yard signs, retail graphics, and banners," said David Livaudais, president of Supreme Color Graphics. "A job that would take 55 hours is now finished in 15, enabling us to take on additional large format orders. We can produce it, pack it, and ship it out to customers on tight deadlines much more efficiently."
In its new 17,000-square-foot facility in Mandeville, LA, Supreme Color Graphics has increased proficiency to output skid coroplast, PVC, styrene or foamcore, and flexible media jobs. Whether 5,000 yard signs or 500 retail banners, the Supreme team delivers exceptional service and products at extremely competitive prices straight away.
The advanced capabilities of its Jeti Tauro hybrid inkjet printer with six-color plus white increases applications so Supreme can produce backlit, front lit or transparent materials or print white as a spot color. The Jeti Tauro H2500 LED is a robust hybrid UV inkjet printer with an integrated roll-to-roll system featuring continuous and automated feeding of rigid and flexible media. At speeds up to 275 m2/hr (2,960 ft2/hr), Jeti Tauro can produce prints up to 2.54 m (100") wide with UV LED curing, allowing printing on heat sensitive substrates.
Supreme Color Graphics is the trade's solution for outsourcing high-end sign and display work. The company delivers the value, quality and delivery speed to make any job a success.
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