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Boingo Graphics Expands Grand Format Capabilities

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Charlotte NC - Boingo Graphics, a Charlotte, North Carolina based commercial printing company recently expanded its grand format print capabilities by installing the HP Scitex FB700 six-color UV press and the Colex Sharpcut Flatbed Cutter system.

Scott Nowokunski, President of Boingo Graphics, explained, "We've been very fortunate to have grown so much the past few years. The addition of the HP Scitex FB 700 and the Colex Flatbed cutter system are a natural progression to meet the increased volume generated by our clients."

The HP Scitex FB700 is a six color, 98" wide UV digital grand format press that prints direct to both rigid substrates and roll-to-roll media. It can print on substrates up to 2.5" thick and to just about any surface including foam board, styrene, plexi-glass, metal, plywood, and corrugated packaging materials. In roll mode, it can print on any roll substrate including banner materials, papers, vinyl, pressure sensitive label stock, and window and floor decal materials. The HP Scitex utilizes UV lamp technology to instantaneously cure ink to any substrate with uncompromising quality.

The Colex Sharpcut Flatbed Cutter system includes a fixed knife, oscillating knife and router that allows for a multitude of applications on substrates up to 5 ft. x 10 ft. The Sharpcut production power and quick-tool change ensure clean, smooth edge quality and on-time delivery, every time even for the complex job.

"This is exciting," adds Nowokunski. "This equipment really fits our mission to be a really cool printing company. The applications are endless and they are only limited by our imagination."


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