Onset R40i: VGL

VGL strives for continuous innovation and superior quality with Onset R40i investment from Fujifilm.

"We have a long-standing relationship with Fujifilm and Inca due to our previous investments in Inca Eagle and Onset S20 flatbed devices. We value the quality and robustness these printers offer and are confident the Onset R40i will be no different."

Michael Ayerst
Managing Director



Company:
VGL

Location:
Reading, UK

Fujifilm products:
Onset R40i

Type of work:
Retail graphics, POP & displays, and outdoor applications

Specialist wide-format print service provider VGL, based in Reading in the UK, has invested in an Inca Onset R40i to expand its print production department. Driven by continuous research into leading edge technologies to support its business growth, VGL was impressed by the superb quality offered by the high-end UV inkjet flatbed printer supplied by Fujifilm.

Michael Ayerst, managing director at VGL, explains: “We have always been at the forefront of investing in the latest print technology to keep us ahead of our competitors. The purchase of the Onset R40i is part of our commitment to guarantee to our clients that we are equipped with the most advanced machines.” He adds: “We were impressed with the excellent quality delivered by the printer, with the 14 picolitre drop size delivering detailed, high resolution images at high production speeds.”

VGL’s service offering includes retail graphics, POP & displays, and outdoor applications. The company’s ongoing investment in state-of-the-art technologies, together with its established expertise, has contributed to the company doubling its turnover to £17 million over the last five years.

Michael continues: “We have a long-standing relationship with Fujifilm and Inca due to our previous investments in Inca Eagle and Onset S20 flatbed devices. We value the quality and robustness these printers offer and are confident the Onset R40i will be no different.”

The Onset R40i boasts productivity of 400m2/hour, a maximum output resolution of 1200dpi, and the ability to handle media up to 50mm thick.