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The Print Show is the place to be, says Intec

Ian Melville, managing director of Intec Printing Solutions, has hailed this year’s edition of The Print Show as a success, saying that the event is now recognised as the leading, annual print industry show.

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Intec Printing Solutions is a long-term supporter of The Print Show and plans to return to the event next year at the NEC

Intec Printing Solutions has featured at The Print Show on a number of occasions and this year used the event to launch two new products: the ColorFlare CF700 and ColorCut FB600.

Speaking about the company’s appearance at the event, Melville says Intec was not only able to generate a high level of interest in the new technology, but also take orders.

“The Print Show was larger than we expected; there were lots of exhibitors,” he says, adding: “It seems that The Print Show is now recognised as the annual UK print event to attend. The Print Show was a great place to meet the industry all under one roof.

“Intec was able to use the Print Show as a platform to announce and launch new products launch we took some orders on the stand; this is always a positive.”

It seems that The Print Show is now recognised as the annual UK print event to attend

The ColorFlare CF700 is available in either a desktop or floor-standing options as a lamination and foiling solution. Intec bills the machine as an “ideal” entry-level machine for gloss and matt lamination, over-printable soft touch lamination, metallic and coloured foiling, and also holographic effect films.

The ColorCut FB600 is a dual tool flatbed cutter that offers users the ability to cut and crease in a single unit. It features a pneumatic vacuum suction of media, a tangential cutter that cuts films and card up to 450gms, optical registration to accurately follow vector cut lines, and also the ability to cut straight from a desktop, on demand.

Looking ahead to The Print Show 2018, which will move back to the NEC in Birmingham after a successful year at the International Centre in Telford, Melville says it is likely Intec will return with more new solutions.

Melville comments: “Intec hopes to be at The Print Show next year with even more new products to show to the UK printing industry.”

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