Taking place from September 17th to 19th 2019 at the NEC in Birmingham, The Print Show will feature the latest printing technology from global brands, many using Drytac media. On the Fujifilm stand (E40), visitors will have the opportunity to meet explorer and writer Sir Ranulph Fiennes, champion boxer Chris Eubank, and Masterchef presenter and cookery writer Gregg Wallace, during book-signing sessions in a booth decorated using material. This embossed film adds depth and visual appeal to flat surfaces such as walls and exhibition stands, and will be changed every day of The Print Show to reflect the celebrity guest.
The Epson booth (B10) will also get a Drytac makeover each day, with Drytac Academy Manager Gareth Newman changing the graphics live on the theme of spring, summer, autumn and winter. This dedicated Drytac area of the Epson stand will showcase ReTac, , and , while a feature wall will be decorated with ReTac Textures and each of the Epson printers on display will be running Drytac materials.
Over on the Hybrid stand (E10), the team will be running Drytac ViziPrint window graphics film and the new super-reflective on Mimaki UCJV UV printer/cutter systems, while the stand itself will act as a showcase for graphics printed on Drytac SpotOn and ReTac. The Print Show visitors will also be able to see Drytac ranges in situ on Soyang’s booth (P126), which will introduce its new recycling scheme using 18 panels printed using a range of Drytac products on different printing systems.
For anyone not at The Print Show in September, Drytac will have a film crew on site to capture all the action.
Shaun Holdom, Global Product Manager at Drytac Europe, comments: “At this year’s Print Show there will be a huge number of Drytac ranges and products on display, making it easy for visitors to see their compatibility with many applications, printing technologies and hardware, and to get information and advice from both the Drytac team and representatives from innovative brands.
“By changing the graphics each day at the Epson and Fujifilm stands we’ll also be demonstrating just how simple it is to apply and remove Drytac media, to create even very short-term, eye-catching displays.”