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SIGN UK Preview Keencut N76 Laminaid P84


Fixing twinflute signs on an upright support is no longer a problem with the launch of a new clip. Twin fluted plastic has been the material of choice for short term and event signage for many years, but is a notoriously problematic material to mount securely on a supporting upright. Following the successful launch of Laminaid TF clips, the first


clip in the world designed for the fixing of twinflute signage, Wyzrds of Aylesbury have announced the debut of another new clip. Known as Laminaid XL, this clip is designed for lightweight boards up to 10mm thick, where the earlier TF clip catered for the most popular board thicknesses of 4-6mm. Again , the clip is based on a plastic back-plate which can be


easily cable tied to an upright support. A pair of barbed nylon rivets pass through the sign and are pressed into the back-plate with the thumbs. The result is a secure professional looking sign, in place of the previous clumsy and damaging method of cable ties through holes bored in the sign itself. Customer satisfaction and sign maker margins should both be much improved with this new accessory. Laminaid Clips are unique products with no predecessor, no competitor and solve a world-wide problem. www.wyzrds.com


The newly released Javelin Integra will be on the Keencut stand.


Now in its 30th year of producing world beating Cutting machines Keencut will celebrate with the launch of the new Javelin Integra at Sign & Digital UK 2012. Created for the convenience of the small to medium workshop with an in-built full length cutting track and simple integral lift and hold mechanisms the Integra offers much more than the very popular Javelin when the investment in the outstanding Evolution 2 cannot be justified. Designed to meet the exceptional demands of the 21st


century sign industry the SteelTrak is more versatile than a power saw, creates no airborne dust or burrs on composite panel and has found acclaim in thousands of workshops on every continent where signs are made the SteelTrak truly lives up to its design brief “it has to be the best, the very best” and it is.. The Keencut Evolution-E2 wide format cutting system will


revolutionise the speed, accuracy and convenience of the finishing process. The Evolution-E2 will fix to any suitable flat bench or the new purpose built Evolution bench and shares the same laser adjusted guaranteed 1:15000 straightness as all Javelin and Evolution cutter bars. www.keencut.co.uk


KTEC Group P74


KTEC will be showing two machines at this year’s show. The Primera FX1200e and the Primara LX900e. The Primera FX1200e is a unique digital sign and label maker.


Able to use printed roll from a digital printer the FX1200e will re-register and digitally cut out labels and signs as well as optionally laminating them before winding to finished rolls. The FX1200e works at high speed up to five metres per minute and can cut up to eight lanes of labels or decals, depending on size, in one pass. The FX1200e can also digitally cut and make to roll blank labels to any required shapes. The Primera LX900e is a high quality label printer printing at


4800dpi onto ready cut rolls of labels. Use this machine to make all the short run labels you need. www.ktecgroup.co.uk


108 Sign Update ISSUE 135 MARCH/APRIL 2012


The new Laminaid XL clip will be on show on stand P84. Laserite G70


Laserite announces the launch of the new Lotus Meta Fibre laser marking system. This machine is designed, assembled, configured and tested in the UK. Meta is a high-speed marking solution that delivers a performance and reliability previously unseen at this price level. Come along to the show and put Meta to the test; it will amaze


you with how easy and fast it produces high quality marking results. www.laserite.com


Ledel Lighting Industrial Ltd P122 Ledel Lighting Industrial Ltd introduces a 3-LED version LED module whose power consumption is 1.50 watt while its light flux is 150 lumens and is newly developed by Ledel Lighting. The size of the module is 120mm x 12mm x 3.5mm. It is ideal for internal illumination of big-sized light boxes and channel letters. Expected lifespan is up to 50,000 hours if the LED modules are to work maximum 10 hours a day. Indoor use and outdoor use are both available. www.ledease.com


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