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SIGN UK Preview Arlon Graphics UK


Arlon Graphics, LLC, manufactures and markets a full line of high quality pressure sensitive cut vinyl, flexible substrates, and print media films for the digital imaging,


signage, vehicle graphic and screen printing industries. Arlon is headquartered in Santa Ana, California, USA, with


strategically positioned distribution out of Australia, Europe, India, Latin America, the UK and Uruguay to service customers worldwide. At Sign & Digital UK Arlon will have several demo areas on their


stand featuring new products that will allow visitors to test the products and get expert advice during the show. New products being shown for the first time include Series 2600


Ultimate Premium Plus Premier Cast Wrap Film which is a multi-layer colour film with clear protective film incorporated in one construction. Available in matt and gloss with wet-look gloss, metallic and pearlescent finishes it enables the wrap artist to create many combinations to deliver a truly customised finish. Arlon will also be showing their DPF 8000 a 90 micron film used for low energy or hard-to-stick-to surfaces such as brick, stucco, concrete and ABS plastics. www.arlon.com.


ArtSystems L30


This year ArtSystems and Summa will be showcasing the productivity and staying power of the Summa range. A comprehensive selection of Summa products will be on show; from the groundbreaking Summa F Series, and the unique DC4SX to the entry level Summa D60. Visitors will get the chance to see the breadth of solutions available with on-going demonstrations and applications experts on hand to answer user’s questions. “We are continuing the theme of the Marathon that launched


our 24-hour trial of the recent F Series. Though we put the F Series to the test on that occasion, the truth is that all Summa products are designed and built for intensive production level output. Sign & Digital UK gives us another opportunity to show the wide range of print finishing applications that the Summa range is more than capable of tackling,” says Andrew Edwards, Sign & Display Divisional Manager. The joint stand will be manned by both ArtSystems and Summa


product specialists making it a unique opportunity for visitors to get direct access to some of the most experienced wide format application experts in Europe. www.artsystems.co.uk


AVP Ltd L10


AVP Ltd is the UK and Ireland agent for the Sinclair Equipment Company’s range of hot wedge welders and also supplies plastic and metal eyelets. The welders are a one person ease of use operation, noiseless and smokeless during the welding process. Welding the banner provides a truly flat and pristine finish with no requirement to reinforce the seams for eyelets. We supply the Triad DGP, which is designed around


the requirements of the digital graphics printer – a truly portable and versatile welder. It is ideal for flat hems, rope hems, pole pockets, joining banners, attaching keder, attaching webbing, attaching hook & loop, amongst other uses. We train you to maintain your welder and be self-reliant to help you cut your running costs.


98 Sign Update ISSUE 135 MARCH/APRIL 2012 P54 The Spec range of hot wedge welders are used extensively


for the three basic finishes, hems, hem cords and pole pockets. The Spec overlap is ideal for joining banners together and attaching keder, etc. Or save money by making your own keder with our Keder manufacturing unit. When we supply your investment, we promise to buy back the


welder if it does not perform how we said it should. How good is that? (T&C apply). www.a-v-p.co.uk


AXYZ International G38


On stand G38, AXYZ International will be showcasing the new Pacer series of high-performance CNC routers. Available in a choice of three sizes (2500 x 1500 up to


3000 x 2000mm) to meet different production requirements, the router embodies all of the known Pacer machine attributes in terms of strength of build, ease of use, quality of cut and reliability. It represents an ideal upgrade path for owners of older Pacer machines now requiring a higher performance and higher productivity routing solution but at a very realistic price. Key design features include a heavy-duty solid steel base and gantry, helical rack drive system with direct-drive servomotors and ball screw control on the Z axis. AXYZ International will also demonstrate the entry-level


CAMTECH Z7 CNC router. Available in a choice of two sizes (1370 x 2640 and 1220 x 2435mm), the multi-purpose machine incorporates design features normally associated with more expensive routing solutions and is supplied with a range of optional production tools. Completing the AXYZ International presence will be a


small demonstration area allocated to the company’s recently upgraded and expanded CNCRoutershop division. This division can now accommodate the requirements of virtually any routing or engraving outlet, regardless of the make of machine installed. www.axyz.co.uk


See Pacer routers in action on the AXYZ stand.


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