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SIGN UK Preview HPC Laser Ltd M12


HPC Laser Ltd supplies quality CO2 laser cutting and engraving systems at competitive prices with a large stock of spares available. The company is the UK and European distributor of Laserscript


CO2 laser cutting machines and laser engraving machines. Laser- script support their products with easy access to technical support, Full spares backup and the Laserscript online forum open to all users of their products. Meet the team and see a selection from HPC’s range of CNC


plasma cutters, routers and cutting plotters being demonstrated on stand M12. www.hpclaser.co.uk


Hybrid D10


and of course – great football. Hybrid is also the sponsor of the superb show competition where visitors can win an unforgettable VIP trip for two to a top flight game at Old Trafford – Manchester Theatre of Dreams – and experience football and hospitality at its finest. www.hybridservices.co.uk


I-Spi Trade Supply M50


I-SPI Trade Supply is a small family run business which has been supplying the sign trade for over 15 years offering The Real Trade Price. We offer everything from signs fixings, cable & rod systems to LED light systems all at the lowest price possible. www.ispitrade.com


Insight Sign Systems P58


Insight Sign Systems will be launching their Lumirescent Trough Lighting system at this years’ show. This will be the smallest and most cost-effective LED Trough lighting system available on the market offering bright illumination, low running costs and no maintenance required other than periodic cleaning. Insight Sign Systems will also be introducing the


Spectra Speedflex Mk2 with further enhancements to the system including introducing spring-loaded cover plate for access to tension complete with a new tool. The case now also has no external visible fixings. www.insightsignsystems.com


Indasol


New printers, old favourites and more will be on display on the Hybrid stand.


This year’s Sign & Digital UK exhibition will see Mimaki’s exclusive UK & Irish distributor; Hybrid Services Ltd, launch a vari- ety of new printers, inks, environmental initiatives and more at the entrance to Hall 3 at the NEC, Birmingham. Hybrid is expecting to show a completely new line-up of Mi-


maki printers, which fit perfectly within the manufacturer’s focus on sustainable and eco-friendly products. Visitors will be able to view outdoor durable, LED UV curing and dye sub / textile printing technologies as well as integrated printer / cutters, software and inks. Hybrid is also launching the Mimaki Learning Zone


– a drop in advice centre for customers and prospective customers to pick the brains of the most expert Mimaki technicians in the country – as well as engage with industry experts to discuss real world commercial examples of how investing in Mimaki has changed their business. On the Wednesday, visitors can celebrate Sign & Digital


UK’s 25th anniversary and relive the glory days of the late 1980s with Manchester United football legends Arthur Albiston and Lou Macari. They can enjoy a Q&A session with the former Scottish internationals, recall victories over local rivals and remember a time famous for its haircuts, music, team kits


Diverse applications will be aplenty on stand J74, including this new SignBlock product from Indasol.


J74


At this years Sign & Digital UK, Indasol will be launching several new cutting edge products. The first of which is SIGN-BLOCK; a revolutionary material for producing ultra lightweight 3D shapes, images and letters. It can be routed, cut or carved and finished to look like folded metal, plastic, wood and even stone. Offered with a


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