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Lucidiom’s EQ Station Set Streamlines Production, Shows off Photo Products for Retailers


New Stations from Display Dynamics Inc. Help Retailers Get More Out of Their Floor Space

Vienna, Virginia, USA. - Lucidiom Inc. unveiled the EQ Station Set, a three-piece fixture set designed to complement its EQ Complete Imaging System by helping retailers streamline production and product assembly and maximize floor space dedicated to digital photofinishing.

The photo and craft industries can view the EQ Station Set at three upcoming trade shows: PMA 08 in Las Vegas, Nev., January 31- February 2; Winter CHA in Anaheim, Calif., February 10-13; and Focus on Imaging in Birmingham, U.K., February 24-27.

“The Lucidiom EQ system contains everything photofinishing retailers need to produce any product involving their customers’ photos,” said Stephen Giordano Jr., president of Lucidiom. “Nearly all of these products can be made in the store within an hour, cutting out the middleman and turn-around time. With these EQ Station Set fixtures, we’ve made it simple for retailers to accomplish streamlined production and easy organization in their retail space, and showcase all of the products EQ can create.”

With APM kiosks, Photo Finale Web, EQ printer, Lab 50 production software, printers, book binder, Luci content and Photo Folio products all integrated together in Lucidiom EQ - retailers can offer double-sided photo products, photo books, folded cards, bound calendars, posters, enlargements, bordered photos, passport photos, greeting cards, scrapbook pages and gifts to their customers online and on their kiosks.

The EQ Production Station takes the guesswork out of production workflow. It is a lab-facing countertop system with a place for all the components retailers need for creating and finishing Lucidiom EQ products. Dye sub printers fit in the base, a Lab 50 control center computer fits on the counter, and all binding and cutting machines have a place on the counter. There are two work surfaces that can be pulled out for additional assembly space and drawers to hold tools and supplies. The back slat wall has custom-designed accessories to hold book and calendar pages before and after binding and a special box for calendar coils and pliers. There are sign holders for step-by-step instructions for retail staff. The EQ printer stands to one side of the counter and a wide-format printer can sit on the other side, with cable and power management thought out ahead of time to make it easy to set up. Heavy-duty sliding shelves, adjustable storage areas and movable slat wall accessories make it easy to incorporate into any lab space. This dual-height counter system is designed as two 4-foot sections that together accommodate all the tools and equipment needed to print and assemble EQ products, but is flexible enough to account for the minor differences that will exist in equipment, procedures and finishing tools amongst all retailers.

The EQ Kiosk Station can stand on its own or be connected to the backside of the EQ Production Station. Its 8-foot counter is designed to fit four APM kiosks with stools so that customers can sit comfortably while placing their orders. The back wall allows for signage and product display.

The EQ Display Station is a classic lit display case with modern curves that was designed around the EQ products to show them off. It can attach to the other two stations or stand on its own.

The 3-piece EQ Station Set is made by Display Dynamics Inc., a leader in retail displays for the scrapbook and craft market, based out of Branchburg, N.J. “We’ve crafted these fixtures with flexibility in mind, so that retailers can find the right solution for their particular store,” said Bob Radcliffe Jr., president of Display Dynamics Inc. “Plus, through extensive collaboration with Lucidiom and their retail partners, we have incorporated work flow efficiencies that make implementation and sales service a snap. These fixtures help retailers highlight their inventory without overwhelming the consumer with too many choices.”


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