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Source One Digital Installs Third Jeti with Backlit Camera

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

San Antonio, TX (July, 2006) -- Gandinnovations is pleased to announce the installation of the Jeti 3318 solvent printer with back-lit camera option. Muskegon, MI based Source One Digital purchased their third Gandinnovations Jeti due to the shops demand of more output for their clients. The July installation was completed in one day and will give Source One Digital even more versatility along with their Jeti 3150 UV Flatbed and Jeti 3312. “We were really satisfied with our other Gandinnovations grand-format printers and didn’t hesitate on purchasing out third one,” says owner Randy Crow. Source One Digital is listed among the top 20 sign shops in the USA in most major publications and feels the Jeti 3318 with backlit camera option will help their business grow. “We decided to make the move to purchase the Jeti 3318 since we have grown so much over the past year, we just couldn’t keep up with the demand of our clients,” says Crow. Source One Digital specializes in banners, vehicle wraps and tradeshow graphics. But with the Jeti 3318, Source One Digital will expand their portfolio into backlit illuminated signage and all grand-format applications. “Not only will we be able to increase our productivity, but we will be able to create some great double-sided output through the use of the back-lit camera,” says Crow. “We have the only machine that is 100 percent digitally controlled through the software.” The back-lit camera is a factory option with the purchase of a new Jeti 3312, 3318 and 5000 grand-format printers. The back-lit camera is ground-breaking double-sided printing technology that uses an electronically enhanced camera and video capture board to obtain a perfect match front and back. The software automatically registers print targets, so that when the substrate material is reversed, the camera (attached to the print heads) tracks the image from the reversed side by calibrating with image targets. This ensures the perfect alignment and compatible color profiles that are not available anywhere else in the market.




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