The Visual Impact show in Brisbane on 14 – 16 April was well attended with participant numbers increased by around 30%.
Those attending were from a broad cross section of markets with an interest in digital printing and sign production. On display were ranges of UV, eco solvent printers, dye sublimation and direct to garment printers.
The attendees highlighted the maturity of the digital print market with an increasing number looking beyond just productivity numbers to understand the importance of print quality, broad colour gamut and colour accuracy of printers. Particularly in Point of Sales as well as Corporate advertising campaigns, where high quality colour production is playing an increasingly important role.
Watch Russell Cavenagh, National Sales Manager – Graphic Arts at DES showing the ColorPainter M-64S at the Visual Impact Show in Brisbane
The release of the Epson SureColor S80600 created plenty of interest. With extremely high quality production and a very broad colour gamut with Red and Orange inks plus the choice of White or Metallic, this printer was a winner with several sales of this model off the stand.
The recently released ColorPainter H3-104s hit a strong niche with the capability of producing 2.5m banners at high speed while also printing high quality prints on vinyl at 24 sq m/h.
Watch Russell Cavenagh, National Sales Manager – Graphic Arts at DES showing the ColorPainter H3-104S at the Visual Impact Show in Brisbane
The Graphtec FC8600-160 also proved a winner with customers looking for a high production cutting solution to complement their existing printing output.
If you have missed the show and would like to talk to one of our wide format printing specialists, get in touch with us now or call 1300 728 411.