Digital Onset/ Flatbed

In 2013, Duggal and Fujifilm announced the first commercial installation globally of the new Inca Onset Q406i UV high-speed digital press. With a droplet size of just 9 picoliters – three times less than the industry standard – the Inca gives Duggal the ability to provide unprecedented image detail and tonal range for industrial-volume runs.

In addition to the Inca, our Rho 900 flatbed press an Océ Arizona 350 GT UV flatbed printers are capable of printing directly onto an assortment of substrates up to 2 inches thick, from display boards to aluminum and wood. Our presses also feature white ink for special effect printing on colored and metallic substrates.

Assortment of Substrates

Up to 2″ thick

  • Plexi
  • Wood
  • Aluminum
  • Dibond
  • Sintra
  • Gatorboard/ Foamcore
  • Variety of Eco-friendly options

Fujifilm Inca Q40i Onset Press

First Commercial Install Worldwide

More Facts:

  • 3 Huge Advantages- Unmatched accuracy, unbelievable image quality and blazing efficiency
  • Inca prints at 1200 DPI and with a droplet size of just 9 picoliters
  • Variable Data available on the Inca
  • Satin, Gloss or Semi-gloss finishes available

Sat. 12/16/17

Susan Wides’ ‘this: seasons’ at Kim Foster Gallery

In an age where corporate mindfulness as a business strategy and the corporatization of yoga are drastically altering what it means to be present, a pleasing series of photographs by Susan Wides simplifies the task […]

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Fri. 12/15/17

Introducing Crystal Luxe Blocks – now 25% off through January 31, 2018!

Bring new dimension and life to your photos with Duggal’s handcrafted acrylic blocks. These spectacular photo displays incorporate a high quality Flex photo print with Lexan backing and Duggal uses 1.5” of acrylic – twice […]

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Fri. 12/15/17

Winter Promotion! Buy One Get One Free! Digital C Prints!

Now Through January 31st, 2018 Only! Buy One Digital C Print, Get One Free! (good for any size print – 2nd print from the same file or from a 2nd file – 2nd print to be of […]

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Wed. 12/13/17

Michael Haggiag’s Urban Abstractions at Freight + Volume Gallery

Freight + Volume Gallery’s current exhibition of photographs by Michael Haggiag elevates overlooked aspects of infrastructure common to many urban landscapes into a space of abstract contemplation. Haggiag combines mindfulness and the mundane in his […]

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