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Innotech to showcase enhanced firepower

Innotech Digital has revealed that it will be displaying a number of new solutions on its stand at SignLink Live this year, as it looks to use the inaugural edition of the event to promote its latest offerings to a wider audience.

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Swatch books for the DGCal range of self-adhesive monomeric and polymeric vinyls, now supplied by Innotech Digital, are available on request

Due to feature on the Innotech stand are DGCal self-adhesive monomeric and polymeric vinyls, after the company was recently appointed as a reseller for the materials in both the UK and Ireland.

The range consists of vinyls that come in matt and gloss finishes, as well as removable and permanent adhesives, and grey or clear adhesives to suit a variety of applications. 

Phil Walker, managing director at Innotech, comments: “We're delighted to be appointed as a premier reseller for DGCal in the UK. We are experts in handling and shipping vast amounts of materials and as we are centrally based in the East Midlands, we are accessible to most of our customers on a next day delivery making us the ideal partner to work with.

“We've already spoken to new and existing customers about the DGCal range and the response has been hugely positive so we're looking forward to showing the full range at the show.”

We've already spoken to new and existing customers about the DGCal range and the response has been hugely positive so we're looking forward to showing the full range at the show

Innotech will also be promoting its Kinetix Magnetic Media range at SignLink Live this year, with visitors able to see a range of solutions that includes both magnetic and ferrous sheets, as well as self-adhesive magnet.

In addition, Innotech will display its new ‘Qube’ budget roller banner, which was only launched to the market this month.

Speaking about the latest offering, UK sales manager Russell Alexander says: “When we launched in early September we had scheduled a strong stock commitment in view of fulfilling a high demand. Those expectations were well founded and the Qube is now being rolled out across the UK and Europe.

Software like this is a very powerful tool to help sign-makers quote with great accuracy and present their companies in a very professional way

In addition, visitors will be able to learn about the ‘SPIKE’ innovative estimating device, which, working from a smartphone, allows sign-makers to go on site, take a photo and approximate measurements from the ground to estimate a job accurately.

Walker adds: “What it won’t do is replace the actual measuring when you’ve got the job, but it will give you an accurate estimate within a three percent error margin so you can quote for the job with confidence. 

“It will also allow you to superimpose your graphic designs on the image so you can create a mock up to go with your estimate. 

“Software like this is a very powerful tool to help sign-makers quote with great accuracy and present their companies in a very professional way.”

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