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Natgraph Partners with Sakurai for Showcase Event

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

An exciting and informative three day event, showcasing the latest developments in the world of screenprinting, will be staged in the UK, in October 2011, by two of the biggest names in the sector and supported by many other major suppliers of ancillary equipment and consumables.

Natgraph - the World's largest manufacturer of conveyorised drying technology - will partner with Sakurai Graphic Systems Corporation of Japan – the World's leading screen press manufacturer - to present 'Screenprinting – The Future' on October 4, 5 and 6 at Natgraph's headquarters, in Nottingham.

'Screenprinting – The Future' will feature live printing/drying demonstrations of both industrial and print finishing products, using 2 high specification Sakurai/Natgraph Cylinder lines. The event will also include technical presentations and exhibits by Marabu, Grunig, CST, Kiwo, MacDermid Autotype, Screen X and others.

Commented, Natgraph Commercial Director, Alan Shaw: "These are changing times, but Natgraph continues to achieve great success, installing highly efficient drying solutions for screenprinting applications on a global basis. We therefore decided to join with Sakurai to stage an event which will demonstrate the continued viability and versatility of this great process.

Added, David Ryan, UK Branch Manager of Sakurai UK: "We have lined up various applications and several live screenprinting demonstrations that will show the important advances that have been made in this technology. There will also be many interesting presentations on how to improve print quality, efficiency and yield, so this is a must-attend event for any company using screenprinting in their production process."

Natgraph and Sakurai are already reporting a strong demand for places and are recommending that delegates make an early reservation.

Further details and updates at www.natgraph.co.uk


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