PrintMAX supports The Print Show
PrintMAX will be presenting a selection of solutions from its range of wide format inkjet printers and cutters at the inaugural edition of The Print Show exhibition, to be held at the NEC from 13th–15th October 2015.
Throughout the event, the company will be showcasing a broad array of Mimaki technologies, including integrated packaging proofing workflow, wide format label production, high quality poster and point of sale output and direct to object printing for the promotional, giftware and manufacturing sectors.
The PrintMAX stand (E1, Hall 3A) will feature the UJF-6042, Mimaki’s range-topping, small format, LED UV flatbed printer, which is renowned for its ultra-high quality, direct to substrate output. As well as demonstrations of the A2 format machine printing to solid items, such as pens, photoblocks and other promotional products, it will also form a central element of Mimaki’s integrated packaging proofing system that features the new CFL-605RT compact flatbed cutting table. Capable of creasing and cutting packaging materials, the CFL/UJF combination offers the perfect solution for bespoke and short run production, which will also be demonstrated during the show.
In addition, visitors will be able to road-test the production roll-to-roll, print & cut, Mimaki CJV150 and assess its unique capabilities when digitally producing die-cut decals and labels and delivering volume output on vinyl, canvas, backlit, banner and many more outdoor durable substrates.
Michael Bolton, Managing Director of PrintMAX, commented: “Having become a Mimakiauthorised reseller within the past year, we are always looking for new ways to introduce this fantastic portfolio of products and The Print Show will provide us with an unmissable opportunity to do just that!”
He added: “There is a real buzz in the industry at present, with many companies seeking to diversify, and we believe that The Print Show is the ideal destination for anyone looking to harness revenue streams, as well as those who are keen to keep up to date with the latest printing technologies and processes.”
For further information visit: www.printmax.co.uk