UK-based signage and vehicle livery specialist Allen Signs has become the first company to invest in Fujifilm’s new Acuity Prime Hybrid printer. The ground-breaking machine, which was released earlier this year, is highly versatile due to its ability to handle both rigid and flexible media.
The family-run wide format business was established in 1965, and since then, has been producing a variety of different signage applications for its consumers.David Allen, the company’s Managing Director, says his interest in the Acuity Prime Hybrid stemmed from its versatility and economical ink consumption.
Allen adds that the Acuity Prime Hybrid’s versatility has enabled his business to print on a wider variety of substrates more efficiently and cost-effectively. The machine is already being used to print on wall coverings, direct to board and even metallic surfaces.
Impressed by the printer’s ease of use, Matt Ryder, Print Specialist at Allen Signs, says:
Having built a partnership, based on trust, with Fujifilm, Allen adds:
Andy Kent, Division Manager, Fujifilm Graphic Communications UK, states: