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  • printMAX announce 4 Open Day Events, at a variety of different locations around the UK

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    October 14, 2019 at 5:34 pm

    printMAX are thrilled to announce 4 Open Day Events, at a variety of different locations around the UK, this November. Members of the large format print industry are invited along to discover the full potential of Roland, Mimaki and Summa large format printing and finishing equipment. The events provide the perfect opportunity to browse the best-selling solutions and latest technology going forward into 2020. For those who could not make it to Sign UK or The Print Show this year, printMAX looks to make events accessible to all with a variety of dates, locations and machines.

    These events will take place on:

    · Wednesday 6th & Thursday 7th November at Roland DG – Clevedon
    · Wednesday 13th & Thursday 14th November at Mimaki (Hybrid Services Ltd) – Crewe
    · Wednesday 20th & Thursday 21st November at Summa (Art Systems) – Nottingham
    · Wednesday 27th & Thursday 28th November at printMAX – Hampshire

    (Wednesdays 10am – 5pm, Thursdays 10am – 4pm)

    CLICK HERE to register now

    Following the release of an abundance of new Roland technology this year; the VersaUV LEF2-300, LEC2-300, TrueVIS SG2 & VG2 Series and IU1000F – printMAX are keen to offer visitors an opportunity to view a range of new machines in the Roland Creative Centre and discuss the upgrades alongside expert technical consultants. As Roland’s leading reseller, the printMAX team will be on hand to offer advice in finding the best solution for your business with their unparalleled knowledge, customer service and team attitude.

    Similarly, with Mimaki’s 2019 releases of the SWJ320EA, CJV300 Plus, JV300plus, CGFXIIPlus and JFX200EX; there are a vast amount of new machines to be seen. With the print technology making such great leaps, printMAX wants to give those who work in the industry the chance to stay up to date with the latest from Mimaki. These open days offer the opportunity to see them in action in a relaxed, informal atmosphere, without the pressure of a one-to-one demonstration.

    Furthermore, the open house at Art Systems in Nottingham will offer an insight into the capabilities of the incredibly versatile Summa F Series flatbed. For businesses interested in improving workflow, quality control and reducing costs; this will be an opportunity to understand the benefits of this high-performance finishing solution and to see the Summa F series flatbed cutter in action. Not only in the presence of technical experts, but also alongside the printMAX team who will be there to answer any questions you may have.

    The final of these open day events will be at the printMAX Demo Centre in Hampshire. At printMAX, visitors will have the chance to view technology from Roland, Mimaki & Summa. See and compare machines with impartial advice from the printMAX team. Head of Sales, Chris Martin adds,

    “This is a great opportunity to see the capabilities of machines from all three manufacturers. There aren’t many places where you can find all these solutions under one roof, we are offering people the opportunity to compare different technologies and find the most suitable machine for their print and application requirements.”

    As UK Signboards Recommended Supplier and with an ethos of ‘Exceeding Expectation’, printMAX endeavour provide customers with the advice and guidance in finding the perfect solution for them.

    If you wish to attend one of the open days, please call 01420 481306 to book your place,
    or CLICK HERE to register online.

    printMAX Limited
    The Long Barn
    Norton Farm
    Selborne Road
    Selborne
    Alton
    Hampshire
    GU34 3NB
    0800 567 7676
    +44 (0)1420 511539
    http://www.printmax.co.uk

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