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Wide-format printers showcased at SDUK

Soyang Europe, QPS, and printMAX has brought a variety of print kit to Birmingham

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Sign and Digital UK is co-locating with Printwear and Promotion LIVE! in Halls 1 and 2 of the NEC

Sign and Digital UK (SDUK) has returned to Birmingham’s NEC as an exhibition for sign-makers, printers, and display companies to come see a variety of solutions and educational seminars.

Exhibiting at the show is a range of different companies in the wide-format sector including machine manufacturers and resellers.

Quality Print Services (QPS) which is based in Lancashire, is showcasing four printers from its partner ColorJet on Stand J30.

Chris Bailey, managing director of QPS, says: “Sign & Digital UK has always been a hugely important event for the 
QPS team, and this year will be no different.

“With a strong mix of both hardware and consumable solutions, we hope to speak to visitors and advise them on how QPS can support them with their growth plans.”

Machines on display include the Verve 2513M, Verve Mini, Vulvan Hybrid X, and Vulvan 3201M from the ColorJet range of LED UV printers.

Also returning to the show is printMAX, a distributor of Roland and Mimaki wide-format and flatbed printers.

This is the biggest stand printMAX has committed to since the pandemic which it says has come about due to previous success at the show and the fact this year’s exhibition is co-running with Printwear and Promotion LIVE!

The company can be found on Stand H20 where it’s showing printers from the Roland range of printers including the TrueVIS VG640 and the brand-new MG-640 and LG-640 roll-to-roll LED-UV print and cut devices.


Also, the printMAX stand is showing the Mimaki roll-to-roll range including the entry level CJV150 and advanced CJV300+.

Displaying hardware and media on Stand G10, Soyang Europe is  also be attending SDUK to interact with new and existing customers.

Soyang Hardware is displaying machines from partners like Mimaki, Fujifilm, Keencut, and Vivid Laminating Technologies, including the VeloBlade digital cutting systems.

The hardware seller is also showcasing the Fujifilm Acuity Prime 30 which is capable of printing on a range of rigid and flexible media- supported by its five dedicated vacuum zones and jettable primer.

Soyang Europe also has a range of materials from both the Solar and Recycled ranges which are both created for sustainable and indoor/outdoor display projects.

Mark Mashiter, managing director at Soyang Europe, says: “Sign & Digital UK is a key event for us to connect with new and existing customers, and we very much look forward to speaking with visitors at this year’s show about how our leading media and hardware solutions can support their long-term growth plans.”

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