PrintXL is coming to Derry
Neopost Graphics Division are bringing their print and finishing roadshow, PrintXL, to the Everglades Hotel on Tuesday September 19th.
This one off, day-long event allows graphics professionals and enthusiasts alike to view and use state of the art printing, cutting and finishing equipment from Roland, Duplo, Drytac and IDEAL which are all part of the Neopost Graphics range. Experienced graphics team members will be on hand to chat with attendees and discuss the best options for your business.
Throughout the day we’ll be showcasing the very latest innovations in print technology making PrintXL the must-attend event of 2017. So, whether you’re in the market for a machine or just interested in finding out more about the world of print graphics, PrintXL has something for you. For more information on what you can expect on the day visit the PrintXL page on the Neopost Graphics webpage.
We’re delighted to be joined at the event by three more leading print organisations.
TheMagicTouch offer affordable solutions for full colour image transfer decorations to a vast range of promotional and B2B products.
Xeretec Ltd., is a leading integrator of digital print hardware, software solutions and services. They are also Xerox’s largest partner in Europe.
Trotec Laser is a market leader in the manufacture and supply of laser machines and sheet materials for cutting, marking and engraving a variety of materials such as acrylic, paper and card, textiles, foils and films.
PrintXL is a free event, with refreshments served and parking provided at the venue. You can register your attendance on our event page, here; or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Registration isn’t compulsory though, so feel free to just walk in on the day.
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