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A robust flatbed aimed at the sign and graphics market
A viable digital rival to B2 litho offset presses.
An AR creation tool that aims to facilitate the integration of print with other channels.
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New ValueJet model that combines the benefits of eco-solvent and UV inks.
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A next generation mid-range hybrid built entirely from the ground up.
Super-quick cut-sheet inkjet colour press at a compelling price.
HP’s Latex technology in a hybrid roll/flatbed model.
A tweaked Roland opens up new UV LED-based possibilities.
A solidly built flatbed with attractive pricing from Russia.
Latest edition adds new features and sees a return to the Mac OS.
A do-it-all semi-automatic casemaking system.
A recent addition to the available MIS options intended to cover all bases.
Six colours, productivity and embellishment in one package.
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Latest addition to Screen’s VLF PlateRite range of platesetters.
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