Large-format print provider Laurel Graphics, Kent, Wash., announces that it has added to its printing capacity with its acquisition of an Inca Spyder V printer.
The firm, with a staff of 15 people, produces POP materials, printed on everything from card stock to acrylics. Originally a screen printer with an acrylic fabrication facility, the company entered digital production in 2001.
They purchased one of the early-model Inca printers, an Eagle H and a few years later, they upgraded to an Inca Columbia Turbo.
Recently, the company purchased an Inca Spyder V, with CMYK plus white ink. The printer has a unique printhead array design that delivers greater throughput than the Inca Spyder 320 printers, with print speeds up to 1,000 square feet an hour in production mode with a maximum speed of 1,400 square feet an hour.