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What Not To Miss At Sign And Digital UK 2019 Starting Tuesday April 2nd

Image Courtesy of sduk

Image Courtesy of sduk

What Not To Miss At Sign And Digital UK 2019

Thousands of visitors from across the UK, Ireland and Europe will have the opportunity to be inspired by the latest industry advances and connect face-to-face with the new and returning exhibitors. Here’s our one-day, must-see guide for the visitors from the textiles sector.

Exhibitors

#Sign & Digital UK 2019 will play host to some of the year’s biggest product launches and key technology live demonstrations.

There will be new DTG machines on display - on the Ricoh, stand will be their new mid-range printer; Amaya Sales UK will be showcasing their newly released Texjet Echo 2 and Roland DG (UK) will be launching their first ever direct-to-garment solution the BT-12.

Sabur’s DGI HSFTIII will be on display for the very first time at SDUK 2019. This highspeed, dye-sublimation textile printer is designed to give high volume textile manufacturers a competitive edge. A must-see product for professionals in the home furnishings, fashion and sportswear sectors.

Hybrid Services/Mimaki will also be debuting the high performanceTS55 dye sublimation printer, a 1.9m transfer paper printer ideally suited to companies producing soft signage, retail graphics, fashion and sportswear.

William Smith will be enticing visitors with demonstrations of its key products including the latest addition to its décor materials portfolio - Squid Window Textile Film and Antalis will launch its new Coala Textiles range of  collection of printable textiles for signage and decoration.

The Magic Touch will introduce the new T.foil Dark transfer process, which allows the user to produce transfers quickly and cost effectively on almost any garment.