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Jonathan thinks that printers should develop strategies to align themselves with these changing demands. One advantage printers have is that the machine manufacturers are adapting with the industry, new digital printing, laser, UV, solvent, sublimation, foil, laminating, and router technologies are enabling faster turnarounds, higher quality and customisation for any print or signage media requirement. Print Co Ltd. has invested in the changing technologies, along with an easier online ordering platform, print designer, and integrated MIS, and has seen year on year growth as a result of these implementations.
Digital printers now offer ‘offset-like’ quality and the ability to print on offset papers. Digital printers and Direct Imaging Presses allow the ability to print directly onto a range of substrates and media such as papers, vinyls, and even plastics, without the need to set up plates.
Wide format solvent printers can print onto vinyls for practically any application, and the solvent inks are waterproof and UV resistant for up to 5 years.
Laser engraving machines enable cutting and engraving of papers, card, rubber and acrylic on demand.
CNC routers equipped with highly automated CAM and CAD software enable cutting of sign letters, foam and cardboard cutouts at the touch of a button.
UV printers, with rotary devices, enable printers to now print directly onto 3D objects. Screen and pad printers have also become automated for printing apparel and packaging.
Sublimation technology allows short-run, affordable customisation of textiles and ceramics.
The metallic foil has now been developed to be applied as you would a laminate, transforming the traditional hot foil industry.
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