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EFI Jetrion wins European press award

April 9, 2010

Two other EFI products join the digital inkjet press as top award winners.

EFI’s Jetrion 4830 inkjet press has won an award for Best Industrial (Specialty) Printing Solution from the European Digital Press (EDP) Association. Two other EFI products, the wide format VUTEk GS3200 and the Fiery XF RIP wide format cutting machine, also won awards from EDP.

“EFI has now won seven EDP awards since 2007, which is a testament to both our focus on innovation and continued commitment to our partners,” says EFI CEO Guy Gecht. “EFI invests heavily in research and development and regularly seeks feedback from our users so that we can offer the products and solutions that will drive their businesses. We are extremely proud of this recognition from the European Digital Press Association; it is great motivation to continue to be leaders in digital printing innovation.”

The EDP report contained the following about the Jetrion 4830: “Designed for the label market, its UV-curable inks provide excellent durability; its re-registration facility enables four-color double-sided jobs to be output accurately and it has the ability to be used on pre-printed and pre-diecut rolls.” The Jetrion 4830 prints 8.3-inches (21 cm) wide, enabling two-up four-inch labels. With its high speed print mode of greater than 120 feet per minute (36.6 meters per minute), the Jetrion 4830 is capable of more than doubling the throughput of the Jetrion 4000.

EFI is based in Foster City, CA, USA.

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