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Pete Astles from Peak UK, winner of the Roland Hero contest, is having to revise his plans due to the wholly necessary postponement of the Tokyo Olympics. Thankfully, with the support of Roland dye sublimation technology, he will be working hard to prepare for the Games in 2021.
As a family-owned business that has specialised in small and large-format printing, sign-making, engraving, exhibition and display hardware, the Valley Group couldn’t have envisioned itself working ‘non-stop’ to support the NHS – but that was before the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic gripped the country.
Warwick Printing has installed a huge storefront wall graphic using Drytac ReTac, building excitement for a new beauty store.
Golf equipment specialist Pinseeker is hoping to diversify into new markets following the installation of a new HP Stitch textile printing system.
Racesafe, manufacturer of equestrian silks and riding apparel, has announced the installation of an HP Stitch S300 dye-sublimation printer. The new machine will help Racesafe to meet customer demand for accurately colour – matched and customised riding silks, while improving efficiency.
AutoTrim & Signs of Niagara has created a window display using Drytac SpotOn media, an ideal product for quick and simple installation.
HMYOI Aylesbury is a long-term young offenders’ institution, holding the longest sentenced young adult males in the English prison system. Their approach to rehabilitation is visionary, with the education of prisoners being both practical and revolutionary. They sought to create a real business sign workshop where staff could teach prisoners the ‘art of sign making’. They wanted to use this, not only to coach and rehabilitate the offenders, but also to put these skills into practice by refurbishing elements of the prison itself, including the prison signage.
Eco Signs has increased its capacity - delivering a greater number of jobs produced on a broader range of substrates - using an EFI Vutek 32h hybrid flatbed/roll-to-roll LED inkjet printer from EFI.