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SIGN & DIGITAL UK Preview


Sign & Digital UK returns for 30th anniversary show


28 to 30 March 2017 Halls 17-18 NEC Birmingham


Sign & Digital UK trade exhibition for the sign making, display solutions and digital printing industry is back again, celebrating 30 years as a national exhibition.


Taking place at the NEC Birmingham from 28 to 30 March, the event will showcase products and services from more than 180 of the industry’s leading suppliers.


Visitors can also make the most of an ex- tensive free-to-attend seminar programme, featuring case studies and practical work- shops exploring this year’s theme, Applica- tions, Ideas and Advice.


With so many brands under one roof, there’s no better opportunity to discover the latest technology, access industry expertise, and take advantage of the exclusive show offers, say the organisers.


Must see product launches, demonstrations and competitions


This year’s exhibition will welcome special- ist brands and services, ranging from soft signage, interior and exterior signage; through to printers, plotters and cutters, as well as substrates and materials, sign fixing tools, adhesives and tapes.


Names not to be missed in 2017 include AG/CAD, Antalis, Biesse, Canon, Epson, Hewlett-Packard, Graphic Printing Tech- nologies, Hybrid Services/Mimaki, Josero,


Papergraphics, Perfect Colours, printMAX, Roland DG, Signmaster Systems, Sign- waves, Super-Wide Digital and Ultima Dis- plays.


2017 will also welcome a range of new ex- hibitors, such as APA, Arken POP, BERGMEN/Art Neon Lighting, Boxford Ltd, Clarity LED, DTP Suppliers, Righton, Uni- versal Laser Systems, and Unisign Flex.


The show will also host a new Trade Sign Services Pavilion, which will feature the everyday items that sign makers need; from adhesives, tapes, cables and rods to fittings and fixings, moulded letters and LED light- ing.


Highlights InkTec (J20) will host the worldwide launch of the JETRIX LXi8 LED-UV Flatbed Printer. The LXi8 will be running at top speeds of over 200sqm per hour and has a host of new features, including InkTec’s latest gen- eration LED-UV ink.


AG/CAD (D20) will launch the new X9 Dig- ital Cutter, one of the most advanced and competitive digital cutters available.


Biesse Group UK (B30) will demonstrate their new CNC Router. This machine has been designed to meet the needs of the worldwide market, with a higher level of pre- cision and speed.


Photo USA Electronic Graphic (H45) will launch the “Rotator”, a super small oven for sublimation printing, and an expandable printing tool for all kinds of substrate such as plates, small shots and shooters, vase, non-regular size mugs and other items. They will have demonstrations twice daily.


Our publisher, Roger Hinchliffe, at the Sign Update stand in 1992; which means this will be his 26th show!


82 Sign Update ISSUE 170 APRIL 2017


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