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Spandex to host the Wrap Revolution

Spandex to host the Wrap Revolution

Spandex will be exhibiting on Stand E30 at Sign and Digital UK, where it will be showcasing a wide variety of signmaking materials and equipment and hosting the Wrap Revolution feature.

With over 40 years’ history in the sign and graphics market, Spandex offers products from prominent industry brands, such as 3M, Avery Dennison, Orafol, ImagePerfect, Arlon, swissQprint, Epson, HP, Roland, Mutoh, Rollsroller and many others.

As the exclusive distributor of swissQprint in the UK, Spandex will showcase swissQprint’s new Impala LED a Swiss-made UV flatbed printer. SwissQprint’s modular flatbed systems enable customers to ‘build’ their machine to suit specific business needs and include nine freely configurable colour channels, white ink, varnish, primer and more.

In addition, visitors will also be able to see the HP Latex 560 and Epson SureColor SC80600 eco-solvent wide-format printers, which will be shown printing on materials from the ImagePerfect range. Spandex product experts will also be on hand to discuss various application possibilities.

A further stand attraction will be the Wrap Revolution, Sign and Digital UK’s vehicle wrapping feature. Over the course of three days, experienced wrappers will be demonstrating the latest techniques using materials from 3M, ImagePerfect, Avery Dennison, Orafol and Arlon, while visitors will also have the opportunity to see the latest wrap materials in the Orafol 970RA Premium Wrapping Cast series, as well as the new high performance digital products in Spandex’s ImagePerfect 5700 High Performance film series and ImagePerfect 5700T Translucent series, which are suitable for use in a number of applications, including window decoration, signage and vehicle graphics.

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