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Tinton Falls, New Jersey USA-based printing company Hatteras has installed a roll-to-roll EFI Vutek GS5500lxr Pro LED inkjet printer with UltraDrop Technology.

"Superwide-format inkjet has been a strong driver of organic growth for us, as well as a point of entry for new accounts," said Bill Duerr, Hatteras's president. "With the growth opportunities we have, we felt we needed more firepower and the new Vutek LED printer is taking those efforts to the next level."

Isle of Wight-based print shop, DNN Signs has been trading for around eleven years. Damon Larter, Managing Director says, “We started with a 610mm plotter, doing a few vans and signs for friends and family. We were doing a couple of jobs a week and news spread through word of mouth. After around three to four years, we were in a position to go full time and invested in a cheap Rockhopper printer. It took a day to print a banner, but it was a worthwhile introduction into the digital side of signage.

Isle of Wight-based print shop, DNN Signs has been trading for around eleven years. Damon Larter, Managing Director says, “We started with a 610mm plotter, doing a few vans and signs for friends and family. We were doing a couple of jobs a week and news spread through word of mouth. After around three to four years, we were in a position to go full time and invested in a cheap Rockhopper printer. It took a day to print a banner, but it was a worthwhile introduction into the digital side of signage. After spending an hour a day getting the printer ready every morning to do its job, we invested in a Valuejet 1604 and a Summa D160 SE. Now, seven to eight years later we have introduced the Lightbar UV640Plus printer to our arsenal along with a Rolls Roller, the closest we could get to a flatbed printer at a third of the price.”

UK-based Signs & Labels Hereford Ltd. has recently purchased a new Mimaki JFX200-2513 from Stanford Marsh Group Graphics (SMGG) in order to open up new markets thanks to its ability to print onto materials from mirrors to wood.