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A new collaboration between Southern Counties Glass and specialist British photographer Richard Osbourne, coupled with the print capability of a Mimaki JFX200 and JFX500 from CMYUK is resulting in some stunning – and practical – art installations for interiors.

SMP Group, one of the UK’s largest producers of Point of Sale (POS) materials, is already seeing a significant boost to its production capabilities, just two months after installing Europe’s first Inca Onset X3 14-channel UV flatbed printer.

The impending addition of the Jetrix KX7-S meant that not only did New Ink need to find new premises to fit the 2.5 x 3m flatbed; they had to remove the front of the building!

Tali Digital has installed the first Screen Truepress Jet W3200UV HS wide format printer in South Africa.

Supplied by Ipex Machinery, Orlando de Abreu, owner, Tali Digital, decided to invest in the machine after being impressed by its speed and versatility. “The speed is amazing, it prints at 150sqm at sellable speed, which is a major benefit. It's versatile because we can switch from roll-to-roll to flatbed printing. This machine has replaced two other machines, so it's two super functional machines in one.”

ABC Imaging is meeting an increasing demand for temporary wall, floor and window graphics by using CMYUK’s removable and repositionable Utack media including the Multisurface option, with stunning results.

Graphics Works has recently invested in three additional Fujifilm Acuity 1600 LED UV hybrid inkjet wide format printers. The investment follows the success of its first foray into the LED UV ink market in January 2015 with its first Acuity LED 1600 printer, which doubled its production speeds and cut production costs by 20 per cent.

As a fledgling company operating in its seventh year, the pace of growth at Bolton based Impression Ltd has been remarkable. The large format display, PoS, event and signage company produces a range of graphics and digitally printed products from leaflets to store window displays, outdoor signage to exhibition stands. This diversity has delivered year on year growth in excess of 20%.

Mark Latchford Screen and Digital Print says it has reduced its production times by at least 50% following the installation of a new Agfa Anapurna M2500i from i-Sub Digital.