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SIGN UK Preview Antalis McNaughton will be unveiling an exciting new pan


European range of wide format papers, self adhesives, banners, textiles and wallpaper suitable for indoor and outdoor applications. The stand will also showcase speciality grades including iPrint


Pure 3D, a polypropylene material that offers a 3D effect on a 500 micron sheet, which is ideal for POS, direct mail, tickets and tags. Another innovative product being demonstrated will be YUPOTako, which sticks to flat surfaces without adhesive, and is ideal for adver- tisements on electrical appliances, POS posters and floor banners. Visitors can also see examples of Stafix, a static cling film that’s


See the DYSS X7 range of digital die cutters on Stand K8. AG/CAD Ltd K8


The DYSS X7 range of digital die cutters with routers eliminate the bottlenecks in your finishing department. Free yourself from expensive, inaccurate and inefficient hand cutting and trimming by automating these functions with the power of an X7. The DYSS X7 has a tool for virtually all sign and display


materials for cutting and trimming. Single edge knife cutting combines with high power router to perform die cutting and contour cutting. Video camera control enhances the registration of printed substrates and conveyor bed automatically advances over sized jobs. All are under the control of KASE-CUT software. The DYSS X7 comes in a size and format to suit your business.


You can choose from static, fixed bed, hand loaded, machines, to conveyor fed, auto loading and unloading, automated production models, with cutting bed sizes up to 2650mm x 3050mm Korea is a true leader in the world of engineering, world’s


largest builder of ships, world’s largest manufacturer of TV screens, etc. It is from this heritage that DYSS has developed. The engineering quality of DYSS cutters is unsurpassed and will give fault free performance coupled with longevity. The Dyss X7 range is backed by UK engineers providing fast warranty support and ongoing service and maintenance. www.agcad.co.uk


Antalis McNaughton Ltd D40


Stand out from the crowd with Antalis McNaughton Sign & Display. Whether it’s ink, paper, canvas, polyester or vinyl, Antalis McNaughton have the media to print on and the finishing products to help complete the job. The company will be showcasing their comprehensive range of


quality branded products for varying POS applications, from industry recognised brands such as Kapa, Forex, Dibond, Dilite and Foam-ex.


ideal for POP advertising, direct mail and posters and can be adhered from both the printed and unprinted side. For customers looking for an environmental solution to hanging


signage, Antalis McNaughton will be presenting Antacote Lite that is recyclable and PEFC accredited. www.antalis.co.uk


Applelec Sign Components N50


2012 is set to bring enormous change to Applelec, following the recent opening of an 8000 square foot factory in Leeds and the expansion of the Bradford manufacturing space to include a larger LED clean assembly room and showroom. At Sign UK, Applelec will be showcasing the improved


capabilities provided by this growth in manufacturing space, along with Applelec’s automated return shaper (code name: Delilah) which is capable of delivering precision formed returns of 20mm to 120mm in seconds. With a single operator required to run the machine, Applelec can reduce the time and expense associated with the production of built-up metal letters. LED Light Sheet will again be in prominence at Sign UK with


this year’s focus on the display of illuminated advertising graphics and interactive messages. Currently shortlisted for a lighting industry Innovation Award, Applelec have developed a procedure to curve LED Light Sheet, revolutionising the production of curved light boxes to deliver a depth of 30mm. Finally, LED Light Sheet provides illumination to the new smart


poster system, Enlighten. Utilising NFC (Near Field Communications) technology the system transmits advertising messages when ‘tapped’ with an NFC enabled smart phone. To be enlightened, visit Applelec at Sign UK 2012. www.applelecsign.co.uk


Enlighten, the new smart poster system from Applelec.


Antalis McNaughton is showcasing speciality grades including iPrint Pure 3D on stand D40.


96 Sign Update ISSUE 135 MARCH/APRIL 2012


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