23 May 2018
Arriving in Bigger Printing’s production facility towards the end of 2017, the Canon Océ Colorado 1640.

The Bigger Printing Co first UK install of Canon Océ Colorado 1640 UVgel printer

The Bigger Printing Company is the first business in the UK to invest in Canon Océ’s revolutionary UVgel large format printing technology. .

15 year old entrepreneur at Flash Design selects Roland TrueVIS printer

The history of Canvey Island, which lies off the South Coast of Essex in the Thames Estuary, is one of community, invention and survival. Measuring seven square miles, the island – which is below sea level – is home to some 45,000 people living behind 14 miles of high sea walls.

Interested parties can experience the eurolaser 3XL-3200 in live demonstration at stand B78 in hall 1.

eurolaser presents the 3XL-3200 textile cutting in large format

eurolaser, from Lüneburg (northern Germany), has revolutionised large-format textile processing with the laser cutting machine 3XL-3200.

The Durst Rho P10 250HS PLUS is fast machine that is also easy to set up and includes ink saving capabilities that reduce costs.

Icon Graphics installs UK's first Durst Rho P10 250HS Plus

Icon Graphics Limited has completed installation of the UK’s first Rho P10 250HS PLUS 6C + W inkjet printer from Durst, the manufacturer of advanced digital production technologies.

High Wycombe-based wide format printer impressed with upturn in productivity six months on from Acuity Select HS installation.

Resource Digital Graphics’ Fujifilm investment pays off

With a need to boost flatbed capacity in its factory, Resource Digital Graphics decided to compare printers from its existing supplier with a range of competitors over the course of a year. After a rigorous selection process, Fujifilm’s Acuity Select HS came out on top.

Nutmeg Studio purchased the Roland VersaCAMM SP-300i eco-solvent inkjet printer/cutter in March 2015.

Nutmeg Studio: a family business at home with Roland DG

Milton Keynes-based Nutmeg Studio is truly a business created out of love. The company was initially founded as Nutmeg Wallart in 1999 when Adele MacKinnon and her husband invested some of their savings and wedding gift money to purchase a Roland CAMM-1 GR-640 vinyl cutter and an Apple Mac computer and began offering printed graphics to local businesses.