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Me & my: Canon Océ Colorado 1640

When Kevin Hart, production director at Manchester-based print house Aspen visited the Sign & Digital UK show last year, he wasn’t attending with a specific purchase in mind.

Me & my: Durst Rhotex 325

Last July, Cardiff based large-format print specialist 3 Sixty expanded its textile printing with major investment in a 3.2m dye-sublimation printer and associated ancillaries.

Me & my: Mounter’s Mate Smartstation 214

Mark Andrews’ route into print wasn’t a particularly conventional or direct one. He set up his own one-man wide-format business about five years ago, building up signage and graphics work from local customers around Exeter and recently moved into labels.

Me & my: Roland VersaUV S-Series LEC-330S F200

They’re a plain speaking bunch at The Sign Shed, as befits the North Yorkshire location. That approach is exemplified by the name, which references the firm’s origins in a garden shed making signs.

Me & my: HP Scitex 11000 flatbed

Over its 22 years in business, visual communications and printing company NEC Graph-fix has been fleet of foot in reacting to developments in the market for large-format print.

Me & my: Esko Kongsberg C66

One of the newest recruits at Data Image Group doesn’t want a pay rise and works through lunch. Director Robert Farfort is well pleased with his robot.

Me & my: Dyss X9 3230C

It’s been 21 years since the brothers Ash and Krit Patel set up their own printing company in Leicester.

Me & my: Durst Rho 512R

Matt Tydeman is going large again. The managing director of an Essex-based large-format printer was looking for another – better – machine than his existing line-up that included models from Rastergraphics, NUR and HP Scitex. He chose the 5m-wide Durst Rho 512R.

Me & My… Tharstern modular MIS

Smart Graphics turned to Tharstern when it dawned on the company’s team that the MIS developer could provide for efficiency savings.

Me & my: Summa F2630

One of the doors opened by TwentySix01’s investment in a Summa F2630 flatbed cutter was to a private jet. More precisely having digital flatbed printing and cutting helped the firm win a job kitting out interiors for executive jets for a new client that has since become a regular customer.

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