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Sakurai Exhibit at SGIA Exceeds Expectations

Friday, November 07, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

SCHAUMBURG, IL - The Sakurai exhibit at SGIA ’14 exceeded all expectations for the quality and number of booth visitors who stopped to see live demos of Sakurai’s Maestro MS-80A cylinder screen press running in-line with a Natgraph conveyorized hot air dryer and automatic sheet stacker.

“We were ecstatic about the quality of customers and potential customers in the Sakurai booth and tracked nearly 200% more leads than last year’s show,” said David Rose, General Manager, Sakurai USA, Inc.  “Printed electronics seemed to be our visitor’s major area of interest and Sakurai is well-equipped to respond to these needs with our full line-up of cylinder screen presses and relationship with Natgraph and their technology to dry conductive silvers and carbon inks.”

Sakurai’s workhorse MS-80A is used for a wide variety of industrial applications such as tagless labels, heat applied transfers, pressure sensitive applications, printed circuits, electronics and more. Ultra high precision Sakurai cylinder screen presses are available in sizes from 20½” X 28½” to 48” X 63”.  

The new CST screen imaging system, now available from Sakurai made its industry debut at SGIA 14 and received considerable attention with a number of prospects identified. 

“Based on the success of SGIA 14, Sakurai has secured a larger space at next year’s show in Atlanta,” Rose said.

 

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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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