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Total Graphic Solutions (TGS) of Acworth, Ga., has added a second Inca Onset S20 from Fujifilm to its digital equipment lineup. Starting out with an Inca Columbia in 2003, TGS soon added a four-color Inca Turbo. Five years later, the print provider invested in a six-color Inca Turbo to replace the cornerstone Inca Columbia. Then in 2010, the first Inca Onset S20 was installed to replace the Turbo, boosting business revenue by 50 percent with its increased speed and capacity.
“The quality, production capacity and speed turned our business around,” says Charles Rezac, president, Total Graphic Solutions. “Our customers were asking for faster turnaround and the high quality that we can deliver with the Inca Onset S20.”
Another benefit of great value to TGS is the color consistency across the two Onset S20s and the other devices in the shop. “Fujifilm applied their extensive expertise in color to match all of our printers, plus the ColorGATE RIP allows us to control everything in the shop with one single RIP,” Rezac says. “We’re able to move a job between the two S20s with no worries about the color, and we can do the job in half the time. With color consistency across all platforms, we’re able to produce a client’s job in less time, accurately and reliably, no matter the size or complexity.”
In addition to the new Inca Onset S20, TGS added an Esko Kongsberg i-XL cutting table to their lineup. “The Kongsberg i-XL finishing table provides another avenue of support for our customers, and further ability to produce jobs we had to outsource before. We’re able to maintain control over the job from end-to-end, and deliver the complete job to our customers in a lot less time,” Rezac says.