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Book your spot at the PacPrint 17 Workshops

PacPrint 2017 Industry Workshops See below to find out who's presenting at PacPrint 2017. Workshops will be held everyday from 10:30am. Tuesday 23rd, Wednesday 24th, Thursday 25th & Friday 26th. Click a day to find out more. (http://www.pacprint.com.au/workshop) Tuesday 23 May 2017 10:30am - 11:00am Session Smart Sensing Technology Presenter Dr Donald McCallum – University of New South Wales 11:30am - 12:00pm Session Marketing Strategies for Small and Medium businesses Presenter Sandra O’Neil 1:30pm – 2.00pm Session P Read More. . .

German expert presenting free PacPrint workshop on spectrophotometry

Techkon’s managing director, Albin Baranauskas, will be presenting a free workshop at May’s PacPrint exhibition in Melbourne. Local distributor Colour Graphic Services will welcome Branauskas on his first visit to Australia and is proud that he will be presenting in the Workshop area of the show. It covers colour measurement for printing, packaging, photography, wideformat and digital reproduction. “The topic is Efficient use of Spectrophotometers,” says local managing director David Crowther. “Changes to ISO and other standards have necessitated changes in s Read More. . .

See it First at Pacprint 17 - EFI VUTEk FabriVU 340

EFI VUTEk FabriVU 340 For the first time in Australia at Stand E30, Starleaton and EFI will show the EFI VUTEk FabriVU 340 Drive hard profits with soft signs. Enter the world of profitable soft signage graphics printing with the EFI™ VUTEk® FabriVU series of digital fabric printers. They offer everything you need to produce high quality images at true production level speeds—all while keeping your running cost low and profit opportunity high. Overview The EFI VUTEk FabriVU series of fabric printers are the ideal value if you are looking to aggressively Read More. . .

See it First at Pacprint 17 - Roland CAMM-1 GR Series Cutters

New CAMM-1 GR-640/ GR540/ GR-420 Cuts More / Cuts Faster / Cuts Tougher The powerful GR Series Cutters from Roland DG. Available in 42”, 54” and 64” model sizes. Packed with advanced and versatile new features, these professional vinyl cutters are designed for a whole new level of sign, apparel, vehicle graphics and packaging production. Pushing the boundaries of what you thought it was possible to cut. The CAMM-1 GR series takes cutting productivity, precision and strength to the next level. As the pioneers of high-precision vinyl cutting, Roland  Read More. . .

See it First at Pacprint 17 - The Elitron SDC from Spicers

If you’re after an ultra-fast cutting system, this machine is a cut above the rest. See it in action at Spicers Stand C39. From the artisans behind the Elitron Kombo TH and the SD+ comes the SDC, an automatic cutting and finishing solution that is renowned for simple, seamless productivity. Main features include a multi-tool head for cutting, creasing and engraving materials up to 120mm thick, automatic tool presetting, and an outstanding speed of up to 102 m/min. With an impressive working area of 3100 x 2000 mm, it’s suitable for cutting rigid medias without limitations. I Read More. . .

Women in Print Melbourne Breakfast at PacPrint 17

Join up for a panel discussion on a variety of industry issues. When: Wednesday 24th May, 2017 - 7.30am to o.30am Where: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Level 5 Clarendon Room A & B Best entry point is from 2 Clarendon Rd, South Wharf. Tickets: $35.00 ex GST. While seats last. Book and pay online....... (http://www.womeninprint.com.au/events-bookings)  Read More. . .

See who's speaking at the PacPrint 17 Forums

The Forum Series is a well-established and popular part of the PacPrint program, providing an important educational dimension to the exhibition. The keynote sessions are designed to be both thought provoking and inspiring as we look at some of the big issues which face us all, on both a business and personal level, including the Future, Performance, Leadership and Change. Go to pacprint.com.au/forum (/forum) to see more. Read More. . .

Registration Opens for PacPrint 2017 & Visual impact 2017

Online registration is now open for PacPrint 2017 and Visual Impact 2017 and, as an added incentive to lock in attendance early for the region’s leading print, graphic communications and signage expo, organisers are offering a free bottle of Wolf Blass wine to the first 5000 to register and attend the shows. With just over four months to go until doors open for PacPrint and Visual Impact at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, online registration (http://www.infosalons.com.au/PACPRINT17M/index.php) for the show has opened – and there’s a special incenti Read More. . .