Signmaster are at the Print Show

Signmaster’s stand (H03b) at this year’s Print Show is not one to be missed with the launch of their new brand. New owners Lucy Ratcliffe and Samantha Kehoe have raised the bar at Signmaster introducing new products and services, new courses and a new website to be revealed soon.

Signmaster’s technical and media experts will be on hand to demonstrate the advantages of the range of printers, accompanying software, materials and finishing equipment
With market leading brands including HP, Roland, OKI, Vivid, Graphtec, Rollover, Keencut, Trimalco and Inglet, Signmaster’s stand at the Print Show 2017 boasts nothing but the best in wide-format print, cut and finishing solutions.

A range of wide format printers will be demonstrated including the HP 365 from Signmaster’s new product range. Latex technology enables faster production as the prints come out completely dry. Greenguard Gold Certified latex ink also provides new opportunities as its odourless, low chemical prints go where solvent can't.

A selection of finishing solutions will be on Signmaster’s stand at the Print Show this year including Vivid’s Easymount Sign. The Graphtec FC8600-160 will also be a key attraction, featuring a maximum cutting speed of up to 58.5”/s (1,485mm/s) and delivering a cutting force up to 600g”
Roland’s new VersaUV LEF-200 will be on show using their signature UV ink formulation and almost limitless printing possibilities. The Roland TrueVis VG with its new Flex Fire print head technology for super high quality and new cutting head for increased cutting speed and accuracy.

The Colorpainter M64s from OKI will also be demonstrated, with its high production and quality at impressive speeds, this printer is ideal for companies looking to dramatically reduce ink cost using genuine high capacity inks to seriously ramp-up production.

A selection of finishing solutions will be on Signmaster’s stand at the Print Show this year including Vivid’s Easymount Sign. The Graphtec FC8600-160 will also be a key attraction, featuring a maximum cutting speed of up to 58.5”/s (1,485mm/s) and delivering a cutting force up to 600g.

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