Fujifilm India announces new Acuity book

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Fujifilm India has released a 92-page book that focuses on the Fujifilm Acuity flatbed printer series. The book is available to download free of charge, with hard copies distributed on request. According to the company, the book begins by outlining the technical advancements of the Acuity followed by an insight into potential applications together with real-life customer case studies. It looks at the market for a high-quality sign and display work – such as safety and social distancing signage where demand is currently increasing – while also exploring the profitable vertical markets of interior decor, metal decoration, packaging prototypes, membrane switch graphic overlays, thermoformed plastics, and creative effects.

Compared to screen and litho printing, digital inkjet delivers an equivalent level of output quality with superior ease-of-use and flexibility, the company said. Acuity users may also discover environmental benefits over other technologies thanks to the system’s extensive material compatibility.

“We are all, of course, familiar with printing for retail display and exhibitions, but as those markets are in a period of emergency, the forward-thinking PSP needs to look beyond their regular everyday print production and explore new opportunities,” S.M. Ramprasad, executive vice president at Fujifilm India, comments. “Sustainability is another important consideration for PSPs. For example, the Fujifilm Acuity is ideal for the production of polyethylene banners and polypropylene as a PVC alternative, which will be an increasing requirement for big brands wishing to go PVC-free as part of their own environmental initiatives.”

The Acuity book is available for free download here: https://www.acuityultra.in/download-our-acuity-book/ while hard-copy versions are available by request from Fujifilm.

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