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Natgraph declares FESPA a success

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

UK-based Natgraph enjoyed a hugely successful FESPA, capturing the interest and imagination of visitors to the Munich show, collecting a batch of top quality orders, and giving the screenprinting sector a timely boost with an array of innovative new print drying solutions.

One of the show highlights for Natgraph was securing an order from Austrian specialist screenprinting company Stainer Schriften & Siebdruck GesmbH & Co KG for the high speed UV Curing line. Mr Arno Stainer and his staff were at FESPA to see the line printing industrial products and producing a high build UV varnish effect at 4,000 sheets per hour! The order was confirmed by Michael Koenig of Simon GmbH.

This Air Force Dryer features Natgraph's new Electronic UV System, with an inlet mounted UV Bridge for full versatility in printing fine definition UV at high speeds.  This dryer also benefits from a memory saving option, refrigerated cooling and integrated automatic sheet stacker.

A constant stream of customers from around the world expressed their interest in the new Electronic UV System, which demonstrated massive power savings instantly registered via a wireless power meter.

Another big attraction at the Natgraph stand was the new Natgraph Angled Exposure System, for industrial, graphic and textile applications. This is the ultimate exposure system capable of exposing all types of photo stencil automatically in the minimum of floor-space to the highest quality and consistency.  This unit can be used to expose standard screens as well as CtS (wax jet or ink jet) screens as an option.

Commenting on Natgraph's FESPA experience, Commercial Director, Alan Shaw, said: "We were very impressed by the quality and variety of exhibitors, and were proud that, together with Sakurai, we were able to demonstrate the continued viability of the screenprinting process. It was good to be able to showcase the latest technology designed to improve Efficiency, Economy and Ecology, and delighted at the feedback we received from our visitors."




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