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10 year warranty, Sign-Block will not warp, crack, split or rot and is manufactured using 15% recycled content. Indasol will also be launching the very latest in UHB


technology. Two products, one removable with excellent shear and initial tack properties and the other designed for instant bonding onto low surface energy and difficult plastics. INDASOL have been supplying innovative Sign Making Tapes


and Adhesives for many years and provide an all round technically supported approach. Offering products from Structural Bonding UHB designed for Channel Fixing and Plastic and Metal Bonding, 2 Part Structural Adhesives for Locator fixing through to Banner Hemming and Name Plating Tapes. The Indasol range covers almost any sign making and fixing situation when working with most materials. Indasol even have products for metal bonding prior to powder coating, optically clear products for an invisible bond and removable UHB tapes for a strong but easily removable bond. www.indasol.co.uk


Inktec Europe K12


The new Jetrix 2030 is the fastest printer yet in the Jetrix range,


with a production speed of 55sqm per hour. It also features Light Cyan and Light Magenta along with White ink options, for production of stunning graphics at amazing speeds. It also boasts a primer function for printing on to traditionally difficult substrates, such as glass and metals. The Konica Minolta heads are able to print text down to 2pts in


size, accurately, powered by the unique Jetrix operating system which is incredibly functional whilst easy-to-use. Inside these heads you have InkTec’s world-class tailor made UV ink which is vibrant, durable, long-lasting and economical. The oversize flat-bed is perfect for large jobs, with the capability


to take a 2m x 3m board and print it edge-to-edge. There is also a roll-to-roll option available which makes the printer completely versatile for a huge variety of applications. The Jetrix printers are all compatible with industry leading RIP’s like Oynx and Caldera. www.lfp-products.com


ITC is presenting high quality cutting tool solutions for the sign industry on stand M620.


ITC M60


At this year's Sign & Digital exhibition, Industrial Tooling Corporation (ITC) will once again be launching an abundance of new innovations from its Stand M60. ITC will be showcasing new innovations such as the new 3061


Series for machining steel, the extension of the market leading 180 Series of cutters and the 4071 Series of cutters for the machining of foamex, plastic wood, MDF and additional abrasive materials. Other new product developments that will be on show include the addition of three flute cutters to the 2091 Series of Up and Downcut tools and the 2121 Series of extra long cutters for machining difficult to reach surfaces. The ITC team is always listening to customers and keeping


The new Jetrix 2030 is just one of the highlights on the Inktec Europe stand.


InkTec Europe are pleased to announce that the latest addition to the Jetrix range of UV printers will be officially launched and shown for the first time at Sign & Digital 2012 on stand K12.


abreast of market trends and the latest trend noted by ITC is the import of cheap aluminium composite materials. This creates issues with tool life and surface finishes for end users. As the signmaking market is put under increasing price pressure by its customers, small sign making businesses are increasingly using low cost Asian aluminium composites. The use of low quality alloys is seeing more manufacturers witnessing low tool life, poor surface finishes and increasing production times and ITC will be demonstrating a range of products to overcome this issue. www.itc-ltd.co.uk


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