BCS invests in an Arizona and Zund G3
BCS Group, part of the leading civil engineering and infrastructure specialist Barhale, recently invested in a new Océ Arizona 1269 XT printer and Zünd G3 cutter to increase its production capacity.
Now installed at BCS Group’s 10,000sq.ft facility in Walsall, the machines supersede outdated equipment and complement the work of the company’s existing Roland production systems.
Commenting on their purchase, Kirstie Fish, Head of Signs & Supplies Division at BCS, explained: “Canon’s Océ Arizona 1260 XT offers near-photographic image quality and versatility across both flexible and rigid media applications and the signs and supplies team will use it to produce enhanced commercial and health and safety signs, site signage and temporary road signage.”
The extra-large true flatbed printer with its award-winning Océ VariaDot imaging system offers users three ink configurations, including the proven CM2 ink configuration for fast and smooth production printing as demanded by sign and display applications.
The Zünd G3 plotting table works in unison with the Arizona and has a working area of 1.8 x 3.2m with a maximum speed of 1.4/second on the X and Y axes and 500mm/second on the Z axis.
“We pride ourselves on ensuring that the services we provide to our clients are consistently delivered at an exemplary standard,” said James Mulchinock, BCS General Manager. “When used in conjunction with our current setup, the Arizona and Zünd machines will certainly help us to maintain our high standards and, equally importantly, will enable us to expand our digital print offerings.”
BCS currently produces 200,000 signs per year for the construction and associated industries.
For further information, visit: www.bsgroup.co.uk