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Gandinnovation's "Workhorses" Please the Crowd in Chicago

Thursday, September 22, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

San Antonio, TX (September 20, 2005) – Gandinnovations showcased almost their entire line of Jeti printers at Print'05 in Chicago, earning them the nickname "the Workhorses of the industry". This new nickname, given by onlookers throughout the week long show, was issued based on the Jeti's ability to print nonstop throughout each day without any banding, stoppage or general problems. Among the "Workhorses" demonstrated throughout the entire show was the newest addition to the Gandinnovations line, the Jeti 3318. The Jeti 3318 features technological enhancements such as a software upgrade which can detect if any individual nozzle may be misfiring. The software will automatically compensate the saturation, safe-guarding the image output. This safe-proof technology is the first of its kind in the grand-format arena. Along with the Jeti 3318, Gandinnovations also exhibited the Jeti 3312 DS for dye-sublimation printing directly on numerous fabrics. Among all of the "Workhorses", the Gandinnovations Jeti 3150 UV Flatbed drew the most attention throughout the show. The Jeti 3150 is known throughout the industry because of its ability to print on rigid substrates with easy loading and unloading capabilities at immaculate speeds. The Jeti 3150 UV Flatbed incorporates 24 Spectra print heads with 600 dpi which produces quality, high-speed graphics. Along with many more features that give unsurpassed flexibility and quality, the Jeti 3150's clear varnish and white ink give it unquestionable versatility which made it the talk of the show in Chicago.

 

 

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