Fuller Grafix: New Member in the Afinia Label's Network of Authorized Resellers
CHANHASSEN, MN: Afinia Label, a narrow web label printing system appends Fuller Grafix to its network of authorized resellers for selling the product, Afinia Label L801 Color Label Printer, DLP-2000 Mini Digital Label Press and related supplies. Fuller Grafix is specialized in digital print-on-demand, short-run color solutions for printing and graphic companies in Chicago.
“In addition to providing Afinia’s full suite of label-related products, Fuller Grafix has completed factory service training offering local installation and post-sales support,” says Mike Atkins, National Sales Manager, Afinia Label.
The Afinia Label L801 Color Label Printer takes advantage of Memjet technology to offer a print speed of 60 feet per minute. The ink for 4x6 inch label costs less than 3 cents covering about 75 percent, which is considered a small fraction of the cost incurred using inkjet label printers. The L801 works in 3 print modes: Roll to Roll, Roll to Cut, Print and Hold.
Along with L801 Color Label Printer, the Afinia Label DLP-2000 Mini Digital Label Press integrates a laminator, a rotary die-cutting station that can use the existing 12 inch Rotometrics dies, a slitter, and re-winder. The DLP-2000 runs with speeds up to 30 feet per minute and while working in full-rotary mode the speeds may range up to 140 feet per minute.
About the speeds offered, Larry Fuller, President, Fuller Grafix exclaims, “The L801’s truly impressive speed and low cost per print make it a great option for our clients who want to produce labels on demand.”
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