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Situated central to Maidstone, Canterbury and Ashford I tend share my shopping between the three. A recent outing took me to Ashford where I planned to visit Lidl and the bank. Lidl itself offers the considerable advantage of a free car park just yards from the town centre's one-way system. Hence the excellent footfall.
It is unfortunate that screen printing is sometimes overlooked when in fact most advanced technologies are dependent on the process. This dependency is at the core of advances in electronics. Printed circuit boards (PCBs) are largely produced using screen printing technology and as circuits have become smaller, and the range of applications increased, so screen printing has strengthened its position in electronics production.
Bradford-based Dominion Screen & Digital Print business is to add the new Inca Onset S20 to its already comprehensive screen and digital setup when it arrives next month.
Photographer, Tim Flach, is a great fan of Epson equipment. Renowned for his stylized animal portraits, Tim has produced a book, Equus, in an exclusive collectors carbro edition featuring a fine leather case designed and made by Asprey.
Digital imaging specialist, Epson, announces that 3M Commercial Graphics and Avery Dennison Graphics Division are guaranteeing the quality, durability and longevity of their products when used with Epson Stylus Pro GS6000 and UltraChrome GS inks.
Inkjet consumable specialist, Josero, has signed a new reseller agreement with Your Printing Supplies, covering the complete range of Triangle Inx inkjet products for the North of England. Based in Newcastle upon Tyne, the team at Your Printing Supplies will focus on the digital sector with a number of conversions to Triangle Inx already in place.
Independent software provider, StudioRIP UK, has introduced a variant of its Version 3.0 StudioRIP product, designed specifically for the screen printing sector and available throughout Europe from Italian firm, Grafco. The product will be branded Xerio RIP.
Billed as its first printer to utilise latex printing technology, HP announces that it has installed 85 Designjet L65500 printers in EMEA since its launch in May last year.
Strong growth in the Irish market has prompted manufacturer of eco-solvent wide-format inkjet printers, engravers and 3D prototyping products, Roland DG (UK), to integrate Roland DG Ireland into its operations.