Perfect Colours presents the Bigger Picture
Perfect Colours is all set to add major new products to its line-up of printers and finishing equipment at Sign and Digital UK 2016.
As well as formally taking on the popular and cost-effective Esko Kongsberg flat-bed cutter range, it is also expanding its textile print offerings significantly, while demonstrating its usual array of Latex, aqueous and UV-curable wide-format engines, plus related equipment and software.
The UK-wide reseller will focus on inspiring visitors with the ‘Bigger Picture’ of all that can be created using the diverse range of equipment it offers. Its stand, D10, is some 42sq m larger than last year’s event, when it provided customers new and old with more than £1.5m in technology orders and will include demonstrations on multitude of graphics and CAD printers from HP, including the PageWide XL8000 and the 2.5 x 3.0m Jetrix KX7 UV-curable flat-bed from InkTec, together with software from Caldera and GMG, plus HP’s WallArt Suite.
Joining the Perfect Colours line-up for the first time is the GoTx direct-to-textile printer series. The GoTx2600FX is a 2.6m engine, which is able to print using sublimation, reactive or pigment inks at speeds ranging from 32 to 95sq m/hour and thus opens up opportunities in the soft signage, furnishing and/or or garment production sectors at a low total cost of ownership. This is achieved through innovations unique to the GoTx range, such as its patented media transport and alignment systems, which eliminate common errors and costly reprints.
Visitors looking to accelerate their finishing throughput should head straight for the EskoKongsburg XP24A, a 3.2 x 1.68m flatbed cutting table, at the stand. Its high-power motor for cutting and milling even thick materials provides a consistency of finish across numerous sign and display materials, while the precision of its interchangeable cutting heads allows for expansion into applications that use wood, environmental board, foam and packaging materials.
Attendees to the Birmingham show can also pick up the latest copy of the company’s Bigger Picture graphics magazine, which explores a host of relevant technology topics for wide-format print houses, and expect a full demonstration of any machinery of interest. Allocated times can be arranged via the dedicated landing page at http://www.perfectcolours.com/events/sign-and-digital-uk-2016.html or by calling 0845 680 9000.
The full machinery line-up from HP includes the Latex L310, L330 and L360, the aqueous DesignJet X6200 and Z6800 for poster and CAD printing, the 1.6m UV-curable Scitex FB550 hybrid printer and the much-vaunted PageWide XL 8000. The remainder of Perfect Colours’s broad portfolio can be viewed by appointment at its London premises before or after the show.
For further information visit: http://www.perfectcolours.com