Three Good Reasons PrintB3 Employs The OCE 550xt Flatbed

Technology has improved the image quality of prints dramatically as illustrated here click on the image:

High Resolution printed image up to 8' x 10'
This image printed on the OCE flatbed was photographed with a high resolution camera to illustrate how vivid your graphics can be, click here for the full size image.

Having been an early adopter of new print technologies has helped to keep PrintB3 a leader in the large format printing business, offering its customers the latest in product offerings in a very competitive field.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download

  • Flatbed Printing  on a wider variety of materials, more options for you our customers:

Keeping up with the latest technology takes resources and a little bit of courage in times like these. Near photo quality images are produced using the OCE “variable-dot” technology. The newest addition to our B3 print systems is an OCE Arizona 550 XT. This printer is capable of printing a 8’ x 10’ rigid substrate 1.8” thick. Near photo quality encourages your designer to be bolder with their graphic presentations. Museum and display graphics were never so stunning, how about a wall graphic that mimics the real world. POP displays were never so effective in showing off a product.Watch movie online The Transporter Refueled (2015)

  • An integrated white ink system for seamless transition to transparent and colored substrates:

The OCE also offers a nifty feature called “Night and Day” where white ink can be layered between two color layers. Backlit signs that were just too dark in the daylight now look great even when the light box is turned off. This saves energy during the daylight hours with the illuminator turned off. Turn on the illuminator and the image is just as bright and clear.

Read more from the SGIA Journal in an article authored by Jeff Edwards, International Product Marketing Manager, Océ Display Graphics Systems.

Is White Ink Capability Really Such a Big Deal?”

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