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As a result of the unprecedented success at the recent launch of its Elements Atom range of green wide-format printing solutions, IGS UK has decided to reserve a premium space at Sign & Digital UK 2011. By assuring a prime position at the show, maximum benefit from booking early will ensure good exposure at the event and let potential visitors know well in advance of the company’s exhibition plans for next year.

IGS UK’s latest printers will be demonstrated running H2O water-based durable inks onto Krypton Eco-Media FSC certified materials using a dedicated Chromium RIP. Before Sign & Digital UK opens its doors next April, additional models will have been added to the existing range to bring greater diversity to this environmentally friendly solution. This, in turn, will attract wider levels of interest from sign-makers, display producers and bureaux plus the growing numbers of in-house users looking for an odour-free, totally safe turn-key system.

The current combination of Elements Atom printers, heat-cured water-based resin H2O inks and matched media produces durable prints onto materials up to 1.5 mm in thickness. The sharp, vibrant results are colour-accurate and provide lasting output for up to five years on both coated and uncoated materials, including aluminium composites.

Because there are no solvents or other hazardous substances, jobs are ready immediately as there is no need for outgassing or airing to remove odours. The Elements solution is suitable for use in any environment as there is no need for additional ventilation or ducting.

“We know it’s early days to think about next year’s exhibitions, but we wanted to make sure of our place at Sign & Digital UK 2011,” states Nick Wintle, managing director of IGS UK. “The response we’ve received so far to our Elements family of green printing solutions has been overwhelming. This ‘early bird’ approach also lets our reseller channel and potential end users have a firm date in their diaries for seeing our systems at first hand.”

 

Sign & Digital UK 2011, the UK’s premier sign making and digital printing event returns to the Birmingham NEC on the 12th, 13th and 14th April 2011.

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