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First Agfa Graphics Jeti Titan HS Sold in U.S. Goes to Phase 3 Marketing & Communications



Published April 25, 2014
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The first home in the U.S. for the Jeti Titan HS, the newest wide-format printing system from Agfa Graphics, is Phase 3 Marketing & Communications. The Jeti Titan HS UV inkjet printing system sets a new standard for productivity and print quality at a best-in-industry price point.

A leading provider of end-to-end marketing services, Phase 3 Marketing & Communications was the first in the U.S. to purchase the Jeti 3020 Titan 36-head printing system and has been using it successfully for years. The Jeti 3020 Titan proved to be a reliable workhorse for Phase 3 Marketing & Communications, outperforming expectations in quality, ink adhesion and ink consumption.

“Compared to our other flatbed equipment, this machine uses far less ink to obtain the same, if not better, quality. After viewing the new Jeti Titan HS, we felt that being the first to purchase this machine in the U.S. was not a leap of faith, but rather a sound move,” said Gail Turner, senior vice president, operations and purchasing, Phase 3 Marketing & Communications. “The Jeti Titan HS will bring faster speeds, better quality and more output. It will be a great complement to our existing machinery for digital POP printing.”

The new 126-inch Jeti Titan S (speed) and HS (high-speed) flatbed UV-inkjet printers combine exceptional print quality and high productivity at a best-in-industry price point. The engines incorporate the latest generation 1,280-nozzle Ricoh Gen 5 printheads. The Jeti Titan S is equipped with one row of printheads and is field-upgradeable to two rows to increase productivity.  
For Phase 3 Marketing & Communications, choosing Agfa Graphics was more than simply choosing a wide-format printing device. Phase 3 looked beyond the engine and saw strengths throughout the company.

The “flat-to-roll” option on the Jeti Titan S and HS give users the ability to print flexible media with the same high quality and resolution as rigid materials. Reflecting market demands, the default set-up for both models is six colors plus white (CMYKLcLmWW). White printing supports different modes including overprint, under-print, spot, under-spot, fill and over-spot for rigids and pre-white for roll media.


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