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Ashgrove encourages printers to get creative

Ahead of its appearance at The Print Show this year, Ashgrove Trading has issued an open invite to visitors to drop by its stand and find out how its services can help their business become more creative.

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The new I-mark suction fed cutter will feature on the Ashgrove stand at The Print Show this year

The company will be exhibiting at the event for a third year in a row, having supported the show since its launch in 2015.

Rolf Smith, senior partner at Ashgrove, comments: “Situated in the Telford International Centre this year, The Print Show is an ideal platform for Ashgrove to showcase our ever-expanding range to digital printers and printrooms throughout the UK.   

“The focus for the 2017 Ashgrove stand will be in demonstrating how to add value and bring creativity to digital print with minimal investment for greatly increased profitability.”

The Print Show is an ideal platform for Ashgrove to showcase our ever-expanding range to digital printers and printrooms throughout the UK

Ashgrove will demonstrate how to produce your own bespoke kiss-cut labels and die-cut shapes from SRA3 sheets, using the new I-mark suction fed cutter and specialist materials from Ashgrove such as Mastertac polyester outdoor labels and Picofilm outdoor permanent film card.

Visitors can also drop in on Ashgrove to find out how to print white and produce colours onto specialist metallic boards, envelopes and transfer media using the OKI Pro9542 production digital printer.

In addition, visitors can learn more about printing onto super-versatile polyester textiles using any kind of wide-format inkjet printer, as well as how to add foil effects to digitally printed sheets using desktop foiling technology with metallic Tonafoil.

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