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SIGN News Radecal become UK dealers for Techno CNC


Radecal Machine Sales & Service based in Washington Tyne & Wear have expanded their portfolio of CNC equipment by becoming exclusive UK dealers for American based Techno CNC. “Techno CNC have been developing and manufacturing CNC Routers in the USA for over 24 years and have installed thousands of machines worldwide. With a huge range of machines available from the LC Tabletop Series to the HDS Series with automatic tool changer, Techno have all of the bases covered,” says Radecal’s MD Chris Economides. “We felt that a part- nership with Techno would enable us to offer our clients even more precision cutting systems at industry shattering prices.” All Techno CNC Routers are constructed using the highest


quality components. The use of these reputable products results in durable machines that provide superior cut quality, while requiring minimal maintenance. The HDS Series of routers features THK rails and bearings, precision helical rack-n-pinion drives, a 12 hp HSD high frequency automatic tool changer spindle with an 8-position tool rack, multizone vacuum t-slot table combination and material pop-up location pins. These Techno CNC Router systems have been


The Techno HD Series now available from Radecal.


developed to provide smooth, powerful, fast and accurate motion during cutting of many different materials from wood to stainless steel, allowing for a huge range of uses. With a potential customer base varying from sign makers, woodworkers, furniture manufacturers, cabinet makers, kitchen manufacturers, point of sale manufacturers, engravers, model makers right through to precision engineers, Radecal are confident that these machines will prove a


wise yet economical investment for a large return. If you would like to see these machines in action call Radecal


on 0191 4172929 to book a demonstration or visit stand H30 at Sign & Digital. Further information can also be found by visiting www.radecalmachinesales.com


Vista System International acquires GreenSquare


Vista System International recently acquired GreenSquare, a young Australian flat sign system manufacturer and distributor. The acquisition was a strategic effort to provide the international sign industry with a comprehensive product offering covering both curved and flat signage solutions. GreenSquare is a manufacturer and supplier of a flat modular sign system. The company was founded in 2010 and has since made


a breakthrough as they expanded their products offering beyond the domestic market. They are now constantly entering a growing number of foreign markets, all from their Australian head office. GreenSquare offers a variety of flat sign products, including the


"GreenSquare Float" design. The GreenSquare system is based on flat sign frames that accept inserts of many materials and widths due to the company’s latest "Smart Insert" technology. All the products can be tweaked and designed to match any need. According to Mike Williams, GreenSquare Director: "We, at


GreenSquare, are proud to announce that after lengthy negotiations, Vista System International, a world leader in modular sign systems, has acquired GreenSquare. “By joining forces we intend to provide the international sign


industry with both curved sign solutions - Vista's MCFT system, as well as flat sign products by GreenSquare. GreenSquare will continue to operate individually, retaining our name and website - we simply have a stronger base to expand on that offered by Vista System." For further information visit GreenSquare’s website


www.way-finding.com or Vista System International at www.vistasystem.co.uk


56 Sign Update ISSUE 135 MARCH/APRIL 2012


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