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Atlantic Tech confirms kit debut at The Print Show

Atlantic Tech Service has revealed that it will showcase its AZON direct-to-substrate, direct-to-garment and UV printer range for the first time at this year’s edition of The Print Show.

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The new Ricoh Pro L4100 Series Latex printer is one of a host of machines that will feature on the Atlantic Tech Service stand this year

The collection of products includes the Matrix TEX, TEXPro and Mirage textile printers, as well as the Razor Hale, Matrix and Mason UV printers, and the Matrix DTS, Grande DTS, Boxer and DTS Series 2 printers.

Visitors will also be able to learn more about the benefits of the AZON TurboJet 220ml cartridge or a 500ml Bulk Inking system in CMYK, LC, LM LK, LLK and white inkjet UV, Textile and DTS inks.

Meanwhile, Atlantic Tech Service will also be using the October event to show the AZON Rotax adapter, which it says has been designed to allow printing on cylindrical and cone objects as “effectively and efficiently” as printing on rigid flat surfaces.

All supported by Atlantics service and support division with a member of our service team available to discuss support for all wide-format printers

In addition, the company will be showing off the new Ricoh Pro L4100 Series Latex printer with AR Latex inks, as well as demonstrating the benefits of the ColourSure Solvent and UV inks, together with the launch of their 2 Litre Bulk Packs for Mimaki JV300/150 Printers.

Speaking in a statement ahead of The Print Show, Atlantic Tech Service says: “All supported by Atlantics service and support division with a member of our service team available to discuss support for all wide-format printers.”

The Print Show 2017 takes place from October 11th to 13th at the International Centre in Telford. 

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