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Soyang Europe (C60) will launch a new materials collection to the sign and graph- ics market, as the company continues to tar- get the wide format sector. The new consolidated collections include print, self- adhesive, décor and textile.


NovaDura Limited (H62) will launch their latest product called PrimaDura Glow. After many years of research. NovaDura have launched the only anti-vandal and anti-graf- fiti photoluminescent signage to satisfy the requirements of S1085: Issue A4: 2016 for Fire Safety Performance of Materials in Rail Stations and Tunnels Infrastructure.


Spandex (K60) is the exclusive distributor of swissQprint in the UK and will showcase swissQprint’s Impala 2 - the Swiss-made UV flatbed printer. swissQprint’s modular flatbed systems allows customers to ‘build’ their machine to their specific business needs, which includes nine freely config- urable colour channels, white and varnish.


Innova Solutions (H62) will have the In- nova ‘strong man’ on stand to test their products to their limits; Mark Felix – 11 time World’s Strongest Man competitor.


Industrial Tooling Corporation (E50) will introduce new product lines, such as the Vit- reo coated tools for machining challenging ACM materials. Visitors will have the oppor- tunity to discuss the new Vitreo coated tools with industry experts, who will direct cus- tomers through the challenges of difficult to cut materials.


Cadlink (R20) will offer visitors to their stand the chance to win a copy of their top package, Signlab v10 Print & Cut, with a RRP of £1950.


Signwaves (J60) will invite visitors to take a turn on their indoor putting mat, with a number of high value prizes up for grabs. For anyone who can pot the most balls in a minute, the wining prize will be a Canon EOS 1300D DSLR Camera with 18-55mm lens.


Roland DG (H30) will offer one lucky visitor the chance to walk away with the latest TrueVIS SG- 540 in Roland DG’s prize draw, which includes £12,000 worth of Roland DG print & cut technology.


Corel (D44) has a CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X8 Small Business Edition up for grabs, which features three licenses in one box worth over £750. To enter, drop by the Corel Theatre to enter your name and a chance to win.


Workshops and seminars Another popular feature of Sign & Digital UK is the programme of free seminars, case studies and workshops taking place daily. Featuring six free to attend education the- atres and workshops, with more than 35 daily seminars, sessions will cover practical applications and real world tips; as well as new business ideas and revenue streams.


The Signmakers’ Workshop is back and will feature practical demonstrations from expert sign maker Paul Hughes. These ses- sions run each day of the show and are de- signed to help visitors learn some of the industry’s most in-demand skills.


ISSUE 170 APRIL 2017 Sign Update 83


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