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All change for Sign & Digital UK 2020

Sign & Digital UK (SDUK), the leading signmaking, display solutions and digital printing show, is returning to Birmingham’s NEC from 28 to 30 April with an all new show in a new hall.

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Sign & Digital UK broke the mould

There will not be many exhibitions which feature a skilled upholster demonstrating his craft live during a print show. Drupa, for example, will not be planning this. But SDUK broke the mould

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Debuts dominate latest Sign & Digital UK show

SDUK 2019 hosted the UK unveilings of a number of new products for the wide-format market.

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Sign & Digital UK success for Antalis

Antalis brought an après ski feel to this year’s SDUK event by welcoming visitors to a stunning Alpine inspired stand showcasing some of the latest media trends, hardware capabilities and training solutions.

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Sign & Digital UK reflects changing emphasis of inkjet industry

Textiles and home decor are increasingly the opportunity that suppliers of inkjet technology are chasing to judge by the presentations in the NEC last week.

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QPS to repeat 2019 success next year

Wide-format print specialist Quality Print Services (QPS) successfully returned to Sign & Digital UK with a showcase of technology from leading manufacturers, including Nazdar and Roland DG.

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Zünd cutting-edge technology reaps rewards at Sign & Digital UK 2019

Dean Ashworth, UK Sales & Marketing Manager at Zünd UK commented: "This year's SDUK event was a very good show for us. We took an exceptional lead haul that was better than last year by some distance so we're very pleased."

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Roland DG observe the changing face of the print industry

As the curtains close on Sign & Digital UK 2019, the team at Roland DG have had a chance to reflect on what they’ve learned over the three-day exhibition.

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Mimaki debuts 3D printer for direct-to-object market

Mimaki has unveiled its latest 3D printing technology, the 3DFF-222, which is intended to enable direct-to-object (DTO) print companies to bring jig production in-house.

The machine made its UK debut at the Birmingham NEC last week during Sign & Digital UK 2019.

Full article from Print Week 

Launches and live demos brought innovation to life at Sign & Digital UK 2019

Many substantial deals for new equipment were made over the three-day sign making, digital printing and display solution show, with visitors having access to over 185 leading brands and more than 50 new product launches & updates.

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Sign & Digital UK 2019 Review

With more than 200 brands at this year’s SDUK show, there was plenty for visitors to see, from new DTG printers to the latest software.

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Epson brings a splash of colour to Sign & Digital UK

Epson has partnered with Birmingham City University’s textile and design department where they used their dye-sublimation capabilities to design and produce printed t-shirts. The students have been showcasing their designs at this year’s SDUK 2019, along with the Epson team who are wearing the t-shirts for the entire show.

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Premier launches new sign and display division

Premier gave the division its first public outing at Sign & Digital UK 2019 at the Birmingham NEC this week, its stand was specifically constructed out of materials available within the range with displays based around a Hollywood theme.

Full article from Print Week 

NEC sees UK debut for InkTec roll-fed printers

Korean wide-format printer manufacturer InkTec used Sign & Digital to make the first UK public showing of its two roll-fed Jetrix printers launched in 2018, plus the fifth generation of its established flatbed range.

Full article from Digital Printer