GPT set to demo new GPT190s printer at Sign & Digital UK 2013

Gpt 190s

Graphics Printing Technologies (GPT) is set to return to Sign & Digital UK for the 4th consecutive year with 'even more exciting' offers on show.

GPT will be showing the brand new GPT190s (Mimaki) 1.9mtr wide super-fast solvent printer. The unique printer has been adapted by GPT and can print high quality SA Vinyl at 24 sqmph and high quality banner at 38 sqmph, with faster modes in development.   The GPT 190S incorporates double print heads (as the Mimaki JV34 260) to deliver the additional speed and quality.  Heavy duty roll feed, bulk ink system and a trough for typically unbacked mesh, are offered as optional extras to further enhance the offering.

Also on the stand will be the latest Mimaki JV400 160LX 1.6m latex printer running full speed. Stuart Cole, general manager of GPT, says, “The Mimaki Latex printer is now delivering on all its promises, and has been successfully installed by GPT at several sign-makers across the UK. Representatives from users will be on the stand at certain times and will be happy to offer their opinion on this beneficial printer.”

Another new printer on the stand from Mimaki will be the UJF6042.  An A2 LED UV cure flatbed printer, a larger version of the current UJF3042HG but with higher 1800dpi quality print (upto 150mm deep) alongside, will be its smaller brother, the UJF3042FX.

GPT will also have information, videos & interviews on the new Mimaki JFX500 2131 UV cure flatbed printer, producing 65 sqmph of highest quality print, the forthcoming Mimaki JV400 SUV printer with its unique technology for the most robust ‘instant usage’ high quality print, and the rest of the Mimaki range of printer and cutters.  GPT will also be showing the Epson and Canon range of products, laminators, RIP software from Shiraz and Wasatch, and a media centre.

Stuart Cole concludes, “Visitors to the show will be able to benefit from our extensive knowledge and experience on a huge range of applications and solutions and we look forward to a busy and profitable show.”