Posts Tagged ‘Workflow solutions’

Avoid Shipping and Installation Errors with the Matan ID Backprint

January 27, 2015 |  by  |  Super Wide Printing, UV Inkjet  |  No Comments

How many times does it happened that your sign installer calls you from a customer’s site complaining he has the wrong signs for that location, just because the job was labelled incorrectly?? How much time and money could have been saved if each job was automatically labelled during the printing process and such errors did not occur?

Matan now has a brilliant solution!

id backprint - before Quantum ID Backprint
Before: Jobs are labelled manually After: Labels are automatically printed inline,
during the printing of the job.

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Small but Mighty – The Barak 8Q Mobile operator station

June 24, 2013 |  by  |  Super Wide Printing, UV Inkjet  |  No Comments

Mobile Operator's Station at Home position Mobile Operator's Station in the middle of the printer
Have you ever had a chance to watch a Grand-format printer’s operator in action? You probably noticed that he (or she. A woman operates our demo printer at Matan’s HQ) is never stationary for more than a few seconds. They are always in motion around the machine, moving from the operator’s station at the far front side to the back, where the media is loaded, and back to the front again; from the computer monitor to peeking at the printed media, and so on. Read More

Matan Revolutionizes Grand Format Printing Workflow, Saving you Time and Money

April 3, 2013 |  by  |  Super Wide Printing, UV Inkjet  |  1 Comment

Cutting and Trimming On-The-Fly While Printing

Printing is the most important stage in the production of a sign, but it is seldom the last one. Depending on how the sign will be used, it will have to undergo some type of post processes, such as welding, hemming etc. However, regardless of the required post process, all signs first need to pass through the cutting station, to be trimmed and cut to their final size.

printing-cutting-finishing

How great could it be if prints could come off of the printer already trimmed and cut? What if you could entirely skip the cutting station for straight edges and save all the associated steps and expenses, including expensive equipment, floor space, staff, special software drivers, and most importantly – time and possibility for fatal human or other mistakes in the worst moment? Read More