SwissQprint celebrate sale of its 500th printer
Following the recent delivery of a SwissQprintNyala 2 UV inkjet printer, to Swiss signmaker Atelier Bischof AG SwissQprint celebrated the installation of its 500th printer.
Atelier Bischof is a family-owned company that was first established 50years ago and which decided to commemorate this special anniversary with the acquisition of a new UV printer in order to stay maintain its market leading status,in terms of both technology and productivity.
The Nyala 2 UV printer, which delivers a maximum output of 206 square metres per hour, offers a generously sized 3.2 × 2 m printing table that provides plenty of space for the use of popular board formats and, since it is also equipped with a roll to roll option, all kinds of flexible media too. Nine freely configurable colour channels, as well as various other options make it a universal production workhorse, which can also keep going non-stop in tandem operation.
Following various demonstrations during which the Nyala 2was tasked with outputing a variety of deliberately tricky print files, Atelier Bischoff’s Managing Director, Roger Neff decided that it offered both the versatility and print quality that he was seeking.
Atelier Bischof selected the six colour option, which combined CMYK with light magenta and light cyan inks , as well as white and effect varnish, plus the roll to roll facility.
Representatives of SwissQprint and its sales partner Spandex were all on hand to celebrate the delivery of the 500th machine,which is also the first Nyala 2 printer to be installed in Switzerland.
However, since Atelier Bischof offers a comprehensive portfolio of services, including the production POS and display materials, out-of-home media, lettered foils and exhibition stands, to a wide range of disparate businesses, Swiss consumers will soon be able to judge its efficacy for themselves, albeit unknowingly, when they catch a glimpse of the promotional materials it has produced for use within DIY stores and at various sporting events throughout Switzerland!
For further information visit: www.swissqprint.com