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Link Exhibitions cuts route to success

The exhibition group behind brand new sign industry show SignLink Live has revealed that a major player from our industry has signed to exhibit at sister event The Print Show, aiming to benefit from the footfall to both events.

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Trident combines CNC routing and knife-cutting functions and a processing areas from 1,524 x 1,219mm to 2,159 x 3,048mm

Leading supplier of high-performance CNC routing, cutting and engraving systems, AXYZ International has taken advantage of The Print Show’s ‘early bird’ offer and committed to exhibiting for the first time at the 2017 event to be held at the International Centre in Telford from October 11th to 13th. 

Vice-president, market development, at AXYZ International, Robert Marshall comments: “Having visited the 2016 show, we were impressed by the number and quality of the visitors in attendance and decided that The Print Show could provide an ideal platform on which to promote the new all-in-one Trident hybrid combined routing and knife-cutting print finishing system.”

Having visited the 2016 show, we were impressed by the number and quality of the visitors in attendance and decided that The Print Show could provide an ideal platform on which to promote the new all-in-one Trident hybrid combined routing and knife-cutting print finishing system

On Stand G09, AXYZ International will showcase Trident, a machine that has been developed and launched to better accommodate the requirements of new markets and in particular the now burgeoning print and cut sector. 

 Robert Marshall added: “In addition to increasing output by as much as 50 percent by comparison with other AXYZ machines, Trident has helped resolve issues frequently encountered by print finishing companies and in particular those relating to the processing of an ever-increasing range of different rigid and flexible substrates that require a wider, longer and deeper processing capability whilst obviating the need to purchase at least two machines to carry out all of the routing and cutting requirements.”

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