The London-based reseller will supply all of the machines in the Korean-made Jetrix range to its UK customer base of wide-format professionals with immediate effect.
The machines in the range, which is designed to help sign and graphics printers transition into flat-bed work and high-speed production, include the InkTec Jetrix 2030FRK, Jetrix KX3, KX5, KX5-R, KX6, KX6-R, KX7 and KX7-R.
Each machine offers a six-picolitre drop size and the ability to print onto almost any material up to 100mm thick at photographic quality, allowing companies to extend into fine art, PoS and outdoor advertising.
The 2030FRK can reach speeds of 55sqm/hr while the KX range features white ink and varnish plus the ability to print to roll-fed media.
Perfect Colours sales director Jon Telling said: “Many wide-format companies have held back from capital investment over the past few years, choosing instead to wait for advanced technologies that can help bring them into new production areas.
“The Jetrix range represents exactly that, and our support-led approach means that customers can be assured they’ll see return on investment in little to no time.”
Jetrix UK sales manager Ben Woodruff added: “We have known of Perfect Colours for some time and have admired the way that it has grown its business and product range over the last few years. The Jetrix series of UV-curable printers will fit perfectly within that portfolio.
“I believe the company will help us to both grow the developing Jetrix install base in the UK, and maintain our current position as Europe’s fastest growing brand of UV-curable flat-beds.”
Perfect Colours also supplies printing equipment from companies including HP, Canon, Epson, Durst, Mutoh and KIP alongside a wide range of inks, media, software, colour management and warranty products.