GSW TO UNVEIL CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGY AT SIGN AFRICA EXPO

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Graphix Supply World will present Fujifilm’s Acuity Advance Select HS, making its first appearance in South Africa, the latest technology from Mimaki and newest inks from Bordeaux Digital Print Ink at the Sign Africa Expo in Johannesburg, taking place from 21-23 August at the Sandton Convention Centre. 

Fujifilm’s Acuity Advance Select HS is the latest flatbed printer release from Fujifilm, with six independent ink channels producing print speeds of up to 50sqm per hour.

The Mimaki SWJ-320 printer offers a unique print quality in the grand format segment, so is ideally suited to provide quality and affordable printing solutions catering for needs identified in developing African markets. With new CS100 inks any customer printing on the SWJ can compete profitably with the affordable inks.

Mike Horsten, Marketing Manager of Mimaki Europe, said, ‘We have specifically designed these new printers based on customer input from emerging markets. Together with Graphix Supply World we are giving these developing markets an edge in being able to address a rapidly expanding printing market.’

Graphix Supply World (GSW) along with with Bordeaux Digital Print Ink, will introduce environmentally friendly water-based solutions at the expo. Bordeaux Digital Print Ink is an industry leader in developing, manufacturing and distributing high quality premium digital inks and solutions for almost every inkjet technology and application available. GSW and Bordeaux have now appointed 12 new dealers to also sell and market their clear UV coating solutions.

The popular TheMagicTouch printer, dubbed ‘the Swiss Army Knife’ by the printing industry, will also make an appearance at Sign Africa. The compact machine can print on everything from leather to textiles, ceramics and metal. 

GSW will have a 180sqm stand (F9-F28) at Sign Africa, showcasing a total solution to visitors. 

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