Bristol-based full service branding and print company, Insight, has recently invested in a Mimaki JFX200 UV LED flatbed printer from i-Sub Digital. Insight says it selected the printer because it ‘outperforms everything else in its price range’.
Don't misunderstand the opportunity four years after go live one company tells their story! Storbildsbolaget (which literally translates as... The Big Image Company) based in Helsinborg in Sweden, have worked in the visual communications market for 24 years.
Packaging and POS specialist Garthwest has upgraded its sampling department to include a Zund G3 L2500, which 'gets it right first time every time'.
With not enough room in their existing facility, Spectrum Sign and Display took radical steps to re-configure and expand their current building to allow enough space for the 2500 x 3060mm stationary flatbed. This also included establishing a dedicated air conditioned and ventilated room for the new addition to their printer portfolio.
As a commercial print and signage company, Iberian Digital is a company with a difference - it's also known as one of Europe's leading bespoke industrial lighting manufacturers. To serve two industry sectors with distinction, the Iberian Group invests in production equipment that has the flexibility to serve both sectors, and this is why the East Sussex company opted for a DYSS X5 digital cutting table from AG/CAD.
Campus Digital Imaging has invested in an EFI Vutek 3r superwide-format roll-to-roll LED inkjet printer. The new printer, which was installed in Q4 of 2016, has already generated new business for the Rishon LeZion, Israel-based company.
Back in 2015, Cape Town-based USS Graphics Group became the first company in Africa to invest in a high-performance Inca Digital flatbed press from Fujifilm. Now, determined to bolster its national presence, it has installed a second Onset flatbed, capable of printing at speeds up to 640m2/h, at Print Shop Denver, one of its associated companies based in Johannesburg.
With a reputation for innovative education, enterprise and leading-edge applied research; Heriot Watt University’s School of Textiles and Design is one of the UK’s foremost teaching establishments and its recent investment in additional Mimaki textile printers puts its Textile Design and Fashion undergraduate courses at the cutting edge.