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Material hair salon in Bath has revealed a new look every month, with window graphics printed by Minuteman Press using Drytac Polar Premium. Thanks to Polar's ease of application, each new window display can be installed in under an hour.
Klaus Eiche Diamantwerkzeuge (EICHE) has transformed its industrial processes following the installation of a Ricoh Pro TF6250 large format UV flatbed printer in November 2019.
The new water-based EJ-640 Deco printer from Roland DG, now available across EMEA.
The owners of Appeal Media have launched a new business, Aroc Compliance, specialising in health and safety and compliance signage. It has hit the ground running during difficult trading conditions, thanks to the ability of its new Ricoh Pro TF6250 UV flatbed printer to print at exceptional speeds direct-to-substrate.
Alex Liggett went full-time with his business The Vinyl Guys just last summer but has quickly refocused to meet the changing demands of the past few weeks.
STA s.r.l., based near Turin in northern Italy is a metal decoration printing specialist and wholly owned subsidiary company of Emmeti s.r.l which is the exclusive supplier of ICAS Spa – the world’s leading cap and wire manufacturer for sparkling wine and Champagne bottles. The 1.4 billion caps and wire cages the company produces annually, and exports all around the world, represents approximately 70% of total global market share.
ArtSoft Expo Solutions has completed an eye-catching project for the Grocery Innovations Canada conference in challenging weather conditions, thanks to Drytac Polar Premium printable vinyl.
With the national “For the Love of Scrubs” campaign in full flight, hobby sewist, Emma Dalzell set up the ‘Mid Cheshire Hospitals - Leighton/Northwich’ offshoot to respond to increasing requests from local hospitals for scrubs and other items required on the frontline as the health service continues its fight against the coronavirus pandemic.