Fujifilm Revoria EC 1100 makes its debut at Aarvi Digitals Tirupati

Unveiled in September at the Print Expo Chennai

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Radhakrishna with newly installed EC1100

Radhakrishna, proprietor of Aarvi Digitals, boasts over 25 years of experience in the printing field, effectively catering to clients from a myriad of industries. His expertise spans the domains of design, editing, and creativity.

The printer is known among the clientele for its innovative and unconventional ideas. Aarvi Digital aspires to revolutionize the way Tirupati engages with the world, empowering small and medium businesses with premium promotional materials of the highest quality.

Its production unit currently has Tamis Flex, Epson Surecolour, Grando UV, Cutter, Spot UV, UV Flatbed, Laser and post-production set-up with a manpower of over 35. Radhakrishna said, “As we have been in the sign and display industry, our pursuit to become the go-to solution for corporate brands led us to seek a print-on-demand solution. In our quest for the ideal fit, the Fujifilm Revoria EC 1100 stood out, aligning seamlessly with our quality standards and business needs.”

The Fujifilm Revoria EC 1100 boasts a high-performance print engine and is capable of printing at a speed of 100 pages per minute. This machine can effortlessly handle a mix of coated and uncoated paper types, minimizing downtime when transitioning between them. It excels in providing optimal image quality adjustments when switching paper types.

What’s more, this machine can efficiently handle long paper sizes of up to 330×1200 mm at a speed of 16 pages per minute, thanks to its air suction feeder. The Revoria EC 1100 is designed to deliver a matte finish print that rivals the quality of traditional offset printing, making it a perfect choice for the offset segment. Additionally, it ensures the secure and precise handling of each sheet, thanks to the shuttle head with air suction technology. This innovation significantly improves paper feeding performance, even when dealing with low-quality, textured, or coated media.

The Revoria EC 1100 stands out by delivering exceptional print quality at 2400 dpi and 10-bit precision and smooth gradation. What’s more, it includes a cooling unit as a standard feature, eliminating the need for customers to make additional purchases, ultimately saving on costs and enhancing efficiency.

Sharing his insights on this first installation Ajay Aggarwal, MD & CEO at Insight Print Communication says, “We are thrilled with the incredible response to the Fujifilm Revoria PC 1120 from our customers all across Bharat. We take great pride in our ability to provide timely service support and ensure customer satisfaction. With the introduction of the EC 1100, we are poised to expand even further in the POD segment. Our confidence in the continuation of this legacy lies in our first few installations, which is crucial for setting the tone of future success. We are glad that this first installation is happening at Aarvi Digital, as we believe their expertise and dedication will result in the best possible output from this press.”

Radhakrishna says, “Numerous features of this press immediately captivated our attention. Foremost among them is the impressive print versatility, enabling us to produce 1.2-meter-long sheets. This capability empowers us to craft eight-page A4 accordion fold brochures or landscape booklets, adding a new dimension to our offerings.”

Speaking about automation, Radhakrishna elaborates, “The inline sensor functionality plays a pivotal role in maintaining consistently high image quality, effectively reducing operator involvement, and eliminating potential operational challenges. This innovation not only saves valuable operator time but also ensures trouble-free operations, allowing us to focus on delivering top-notch results.”

Crafted with a strong commitment to sustainability, the Fujifilm Revoria EC 1100 upholds exceptionally high energy efficiency standards, outperforming its counterparts in power consumption, the company says. Its environmentally conscious design makes a substantial contribution to resource conservation, setting it apart as a powerful choice in the market both in terms of sustainability and saving cost.

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