San Antonio, TX (November 21, 2005) – Gandinnovations recently showcased the Jeti series of grand-format printers at Graphics Canada, Mississauga, ON, earning the show’s Outstanding Product Presentation Award.
Gandinnovations displayed their Jeti 3150 UV Flatbed printer, Jeti 3312 (10.5ft/3.3m) with High Definition Backlit Camera and the Jeti 5000 (16ft/5m) with rewind unit in their hometown of Mississauga, Canada, just outside of Toronto.
The Gandinnovation’s “Workhorses” were put to the test during the long hours of the three day show, but proved durable through thousands of demonstrations while maintaining constant production and quality output.
The “Workhorse” nickname was given by onlookers throughout previous shows and has been confirmed by Jeti owners. The nickname was issued based on the Jeti’s ability to print non-stop day and night without any banding, stoppage or general problems.
On the final day of the show Graphics Canada Show Manager Dan Mustata presented James Gandy, President of Gandinnovations, the trade show award for Outstanding Product
Presentation during an appearance at the Gandinnovations exhibit.
“I am very proud Gandinnovations received this award, and hope visitors will continue to come see us when we showcase our Jeti grand-format printers,” said Gandy.
Among all of the “Workhorses,” the Gandinnovations Jeti 5000 and rewind unit drew the most attention throughout the show. Onlookers were amazed with the image quality printed with the five-meter grand-format printer.
Gandinnovations standard trade show operating procedures are simple; always print the highest quality and ensure the printers never stop. Through close involvement with customers, Gandinnovations has found print shops want a true printing solution. This standard is why Gandinnovations won the Outstanding Product Presentation Award at Graphics Canada.
Next for Gandinnovations will be the SGIA Digital Expo Dec. 8-10, booth # 1020 in Phoenix, AZ as well as Graphics of Americas in Miami, FL.
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