National Graphic Solutions installs Esko Kongsberg XN24 Cutting Table

Travis Bergen (left), Production Manager at NGSI, and Adam O’Shea, Sales Manager, with the Esko Kongsberg XN24 Cutting Table.
Travis Bergen (left), Production Manager at NGSI, and Adam O’Shea, Sales Manager, with the Esko Kongsberg XN24.

National Graphic Solutions Incorporated (NGSI, Vancouver, BC) has upgraded its digital finishing department with the integration of a new Esko Kongsberg XN24 Cutting Table. Founded in 1993, NGSI’s priority has always been creating brand presence and support for its customers by offering quality products and services. The leading G7 Master Qualified Printer and 3M Platinum Select Graphic Provider, specializes in managing full-scale graphic, signage and display programs by offering a variety of services – including design, printing and production, 3M-certified installation and more. “Increasing our throughput and diversifying our offerings is the next step in our focus on continuous improvement,” said Adam O’Shea, Sales Manager. “For over 25 years, NGSI’s top priority has been creating brand presence for our customers by offering quality products and services at competitive prices. We’re a full-service, large-format print house based in the Greater Vancouver area with industry professionals specializing in branding and signage.”
ngsieskoinstall1-inNGSI’s 3M Platinum Select Graphic Provider designation recognizes the company as a loyal 3M partner with the ability to create and execute a variety of graphic solutions required by its customers. NGSI is also supported by HP technology services to continuously improve its processes. Some examples of the shop’s services include fleet graphics and vehicle wraps, signage, fine art and canvas printing, cut vinyl graphics, wall murals, window film, floor graphics, POP displays, banner stands – and specialty graphics such as fabric printing, 3D printing, wayfinding signage and more.
ngsieskoinstall2-inThe Esko Kongsberg XN24 Cutting Table is ideal for signage, packaging and displays that can be produced on a variety of substrates – including vinyls, boards and wood. The XN is one of the most versatile digital finishing devices currently on the market and is available in seven different sizes – from 1,680 mm x 1,270 mm (66” x 50”) to 2,210 mm x 6,550 mm (87” x 258”). For signage and displays, the XN24 features milling and knife cutting, a 66” x 126” table size, i-cut Vision Pro camera registration system, and an optional conveyor feed system for roll media. Also ideal for packaging applications, it features material positioning brackets enabling cut, crease and plot operations on both sides of the substrate.

Tony Curcio
Tony Curcio is the news editor at Graphic Arts Magazine.

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