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OKI’s Pro8432WT set for UK debut at The Print Show

OKI has signed up to exhibit at this year’s edition of The Print Show, revealing that it will use the event as a platform for the UK debut of its Pro8432WT A3 white toner printer.

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The Pro8432WT is able to print in any colour on a wide array of media

The machine has the ability to print in any colour, including white, and is billed by OKI as an ‘ideal’ solution for creative, graphics arts use on a range of media.

The Pro8432WT will feature alongside various other kit at the event, which OKI will be attending for the third consecutive year. The company has supported the event since its launch and Andrew Hall, marketing manager, OKI Systems UK, cited the firm’s success at the 2015 and 2016 shows as a key factor in its ongoing commitment.

“We were very pleased at the success of last year’s show and have no hesitation in returning this year as we know that many professionals will be interested in the opportunities these new OKI printers present,” Hall comments.

Also set to appear on the OKI stand at the event, which runs from October 11th to 13th at the International Centre in Telford, will be the OKI range of Industry Print Solutions, including the OKI Colorpainter wide-format collection.

We were very pleased at the success of last year’s show and have no hesitation in returning this year as we know that many professionals will be interested in the opportunities these new OKI printers present

OKI’s solution portfolio also includes Pro641 Neon, a recently-launched colour printer that offer high definition LED colour printing with neon toner technology
for clothes decoration or for other design purposes such as point-of-sale and education.

Hall adds: “Achieving high resolution full colour plus white is an advantage to any print or graphics business, as is the ability to print on garments and other substrate. 

“We believe this will help print shops diversify and increase their revenue while adding their own value and creative touch.”

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