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The Print Show has the ‘big names’ - Colourbyte

Tim Stockley, director of Colourbyte, has spoken of his excitement of exhibiting at The Print Show 2017, saying that the event will offer plenty to a wide-format print audience, citing the many “big names” that are due to appear.

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Colourbyte also had a major presence at The Print Show 2016

Colourbyte has been an ever-present at The Print Show since the event debuted in 2015 and has opted to continue its support of the show following its move to the International Centre in Telford this year.

“There are two print industry exhibitions in October; but if you’re looking for a new wide-format printer, then be sure to visit the right one,” Stockley says.

He adds: “By comparing the exhibitor list of the two shows, it’s The Print Show that has the big names in wide-format attending, giving visitors the opportunity to compare many different technologies side-by-side.”

As an authorised Gold Reseller of Epson technology, Colourbyte will showcase a selection of kit from the leading manufacturer on its 84sq m stand (H06) at the event next week.

By comparing the exhibitor list of the two shows, it’s The Print Show that has the big names in wide-format attending, giving visitors the opportunity to compare many different technologies side-by-side

Among the highlights are Epson T-Series technical printers and Epson P-Series photo, proofing and poster printers, currently offered with a free, three-year warranty on all parts, including printheads.

Colourbyte will also show the Epson S-Series eco-solvent signage printers, as well as Epson Dye sublimation printer technology—offering a low cost of ownership, with sublimation ink costing just £50 per litre.

In addition, Colourbyte will use Epson dye sublimation printers and Adkins Heat presses to create aluminium panels, MDF photo panels and textile products including clothing, flags, sportswear, towels, blankets and soft signage, thus showcasing potential diversification routes for visitors. 

Aside from hardware technologies, visitors can take away printed samples of the Colourbyte range of printable media for aqueous, solvent, latex and UV printers.

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