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Elements goes on-line in run-up to FESPA

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

As the final count-down starts for FESPA 2010, IGS UK has announced its new Internet presence at www.elementsps.net which covers the entire Elements range of green printers and complementary inks, materials and software. The immense levels of interest generated since the initial announcement of this truly versatile and environmental production solution has also resulted in demand from partners and regional distributors across Europe and the rest of the world.

The Elements family of wide-format printers is the first to incorporate a totally green ink formulation which has the durable properties of solvent-based chemistries without any of the hazards or odours. Supplied as complete turnkey system, including H2O inks, a comprehensive and growing selection of matched Krypton Eco-Media plus the specially configured Chromium RIP, full information on all the individual products can now be found on-line.

Visitors to FESPA can see regular daily demonstrations of the Elements Atom 24 (610 mm) and Atom 44 (1118 mm) outputting to a variety of materials, including a 1.5 mm rigid board which is FSC certified, plus eco-aware canvases, photo-based media, wallpapers and clear films. Although specifically designed for output onto green products, normal sign-making vinyls can also be used, enhancing the overall versatility of the printers and inks.

Because of the fast-growing interest in the Elements solution across Europe and beyond, IGS UK has already attracted a large number of potential distributors and partners to its stand at FESPA. Nick Wintle, managing director of the company, states: "We're not surprised at the huge amount of response we've already received for this new environmental printing system which appeals to office users as well as to the display sector.

"As a result, we are eager to discuss the Elements range with partners and distributors who are visiting FESPA in the search for new and innovative technologies," Wintle continues. "For this new family of products it's essential that our channel can hold stocks and provide support as well as promoting our printing system. This is an unusual opportunity for distributors to be in at the start of a new generation of green digital production."




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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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