That is the question says Dean Sanger, managing director of Sabur Ink Systems and Sabur Digital.
If you are printing using a smaller format printer say a 762mm (3in”) then a 1620mm (64in) printer could seem like a wide format printer, however in general a wide format would be seen as 3.2m and above.
Opportunities in wide (wider) format
These really are unprecedented times and with social distancing set to continue for the foreseeable future the time for investment in to a wider format printer is possibly now.
Floor and wall graphics highlighting social distancing measures will/should be in every shop, café, hotel, bar, bus or train station and pretty much anywhere that people will be present in numbers. The new measures will provide huge opportunities for advertisers to show case their products and offers and will be replaced on a regular basis to highlight their latest promotion or sale.
Sabur Digital is proud to offer digital printers from world leading manufacturers including Mimaki and Roland that can be used to digitally print on to vinyls for floor and wall graphics via both UV and solvent. The range of printers and vinyls including the brand new Drytac Antimicrobial Laminate that can provide opportunities to supply doctors, dentists, vets and the education sector can be tried and tested at Sabur’s South Yorkshire HQ using social distancing measures of course. Due to COVID-19 the whole world has changed and with change comes opportunity !!
Wide format textile
If you’ve thought about or simply looking to up-grade your old wide format sublimation printers, Sabur Digital, the UK’s exclusive distributor for DGI, can help you. Having specialised in textile since sits formation way back in 1998 and with industry leading personnel it’s not hard to see why DGI and Sabur with the latest generation of DGI printers are taking the UK by storm.
DGI has a range of wide and super wide printers from a modular 1600 that can be up graded from a four-head to an eight-head as your business grows to the all new DGI FH-3204 Hybrid Printer that saw its European launch at Sabur HQ in early 2019.
DGI Fabrijet FH-3204
With its four Kyocera print heads , hybrid ability to print both direct to textile and via paper transfer at speeds of up to 155sq m (600×600 two pass) remote access monitoring and a three year manufacturer backed warranty, it’s not hard to see why a DGI is a ‘damn good investment’.
The DGI range of printers can be viewed at Sabur’s HQ in Barnsley. South Yorkshire. where the show suite also boasts Klieverik, Mimaki, Roland and Sefa Textile, Sign and Graphic and Industrial UV printers.