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SSE, Axzyra to showcase Apache at The Print Show

SSE Worldwide has announced that it will join forces with Axzyra at this year’s edition of The Print Show to demonstrate the range of Apache small-format, UV LED flatbed inkjet printers.

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The latest series of Apache printers boast a print area of 600 x 900mm

Available for viewing on Stand I16 at the event, which runs from October 11th to 13th at the International Centre in Telford, the latest series of Apache machines have a print area of 600 x 900mm.

The printers also feature CMYK plus white as standard and are able to print onto substrates or objects up to a depth of 150mm. 

Scott Armitage, managing director of SSE Worldwide, comments: “The Print Show is a great showcase for the industry and we are delighted to be back again this year. 

“The event attracts decision-makers who are looking for new ways of printing and finishing.”

The Print Show is a great showcase for the industry and we are delighted to be back again this year

Both SSE and Axzyra have billed the Apache machines as ‘ideal’ for imaging onto a wide range of products, including wood, metal, promotional items, industrial components, acrylic, glass and small signage.

Steve Woods, managing director at Axzyra, adds: “The Apache is a productive, quick turnaround, short-run machine that can play a key role in opening new markets for printers. 

“Our customers include the engineering, automotive, mobile phone, technology and promotional merchandise sectors. 

“To showcase the versatility of the Apache, we will be giving live demonstrations and look forward to welcoming visitors to our stand.”

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