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Pacer Systems - New heavy-duty routing solution and faster cutting

ATC (Automatic Tool Change) facility available as an optional production tool. quietlittle Leading manufacturer of all-British CNC routing and engraving solutions, Pacer Systems has introduced a faster and more powerful version of its HDS machine. The HDS2 Series is of a more robust construction and can therefore handle materials like aluminium, brass and steel with greater efficiency in addition to plastics, woods, wood composites and laminates. Furthermore, the cutting speed of the new machine has been increased from 20 to 25 metres/minute.

headnervous check The weight of the HDS2 is over double that of the original machine and this has resulted in a more rigid construction and consequently a superior cutting capability. There is a choice of processing areas (from 2,500 x 1,250mm to 3,050 x 2,050mm) and a range of spindle options. summerdrugs The frame of the machine is a single-piece welded steel construction that is stress-relieved and milled flat to a very fine tolerance. The steel gantry is mounted on linear bearings running on steel rails and is driven on each side by an AC Servomotor and a precision ball screw for backlash-free motion. The controller has an automatic self-squaring feature that ensures the gantry is always accurately aligned to eliminate the possibility of twisting or 'crabbing'.

New Pacer HDS2 heavy duty router.

fourmemory there The zoned vacuum bed incorporates a high-flow brush-less exhauster that is capable of continuous operation, while independent switching and redirection provides a versatile and highpowered hold-down facility. The Pacer cyclonic extraction system ensures clean operation at all times. faultmessage The latest XMC-E version 3 software from Pacer combined with a Windows XP PC located at the point of the machine provides the operator with total flexibility. The graphical display allows easy creation of tool paths live at the machine or for adjusting programs 'on the fly'.

freshgreat Included in the range of optional features is a spray mister coolant system for cutting metals and alloys and a fully automatic tool change system including high-power and high-speed (up to 40,000rpm) spindles. Remote 'dial-in' E-support for rapid online fault diagnostics supplements the day-to-day UK-based technical support that is provided by Pacer.

doeswarm view For further information, visit or telephone Liam Hodson on 0115 988 7777.


William Smith - More choice for customers

companyfresh link In response to customer demand for a wider choice of materials, the Arlon ink jet range is the latest family of products to be added to William Smith's material supply portfolio, starting with two films and their appropriate overlaminates. Highlight Eco-Star, designed to provide powerful but economical illumination.

groansparty The 6000 series, a cast ink jet printing film, with either permanent or repositionable adhesive is available in gloss, transparent and translucent finishes, plus a special gloss with an air release adhesive system known as x-scape. It has a seven year life and is suitable for long-term interior and exterior applications and can be applied to more complex curved surfaces. reasononly The 4500 series, a polymeric calendered ink jet printing film with a clear or grey permanent adhesive is available in a gloss or matt finish as well as a special gloss with x-scape adhesive finish. The 4500 series has a five year life and is suitable for application to flat and slightly curved surfaces on glass, metal and rigid plastics, making it ideal for fleet graphics, general signage and display and window graphics. hopemaking Overlaminates are also available for both ink jet films in gloss, matt and satin options with durabilities from five to 10 years. All have permanent adhesives.

yearscannot Self-adhesive films from William Smith are available as full, part or custom slit rolls and same day despatch is provided on full or part roll orders of stock ranges received up to 5.30pm.

moveshare see For further information call William Smith on Tel: 01833 694707 or visit


New products and fresh inspiration from Insight

Highlight Eco-Star, designed to provide powerful but economical illumination. givesleft go Insight Sign Systems has pulled all stops out this year with the introduction of many new and modified products, brand new plant and machinery, an additional exhibition and a fresh brochure.

howeverbooks To start with, the company spent the last 12 months assessing the way the sign business is changing. Richard Rinn, Managing Director, explains: "As we all know, our trade is never slow on the uptake of new products and technology, but at Insight we're not the type that just jumps on the bandwagon and mindlessly follows the very latest trends. We watch all the hype that goes on with the likes of digital printers, edge lighting, LEDs, and we spend a lot research and development time to design products that actually perform as they should. We also looked hard at how designers for large blue-chip retailers have reverted to bespoke signs rather than just using standard extrusions, materials and digital printing." makemission The assessment proved very interesting and demonstrated that the cost of machinery associated with creating such bespoke signs almost eliminated small sign companies from competing. Insight believes that incorporating bespoke with standard extrusions will keep costs at a sensible level and ensure uniformly high quality, which is of real benefit to the trade.

mightknock there To further aid production the company invested in the very latest CNC draw and form metalwork equipment. This means many profile shapes can now be created that could previously only be extruded, anything from just a simple sign tray to a complex radius fascia. And, instead of paying for tooling charges and waiting up to eight weeks for extrusions, now Insight can simply draw the shape required and this new machine will form it out of various materials such as stainless steel, brass, aluminium, and similar, up to 3mm thick. neckstreet This capability, combined with the company's vast range of extrusions and array of CNC routers, powder coating plant and other equipment, makes it easy to realise why Insight is able to produce some fantastic products.

Insight Sign Systems' new brand 'Lumirescent'. dangerwaste But what about new lines from Insight? alongfavor Richard continues: "Our very own new brand is named Lumirescent. We've started to produce exciting and original extrusions around it; for example Highlight Eco-Star, which is completely new including its fixing brackets. This lighting offers the same performance as others using fluorescent lamps, but consumes only 3w per linear foot, and with a life up to 50,000 hours, the benefits are obvious."

nextmuch Spectra Halo-Light, again designed around Lumirescent, is also brand new. It's an illuminated quick change poster frame with an exclusive feature of a rear border of light round the perimeter, creating a halo effect and making the poster stand out in the crowd.

handlesmart watch Insight's newly launched Post & Panel system, Wayfinder Multi-Post, is a replacement for its 10 year old Wayfinder 76 & 100mm posts that in total had eight individual extrusions. These are now replaced with just two.

To view the full range of new and existing Insight products and their benefits, go to or tel. 0141 774 5990.


Tips and tricks for choosing the right Vinyl

Spandex understands that it is essential to get things right first time and therefore aims to help sign makers select the right materials and procedures to get the job done on time, with minimum effort within budget. Here, Spandex helps sign makers choose the right vinyl for the job. Vast array of different vinyls.

It is essential to choose the right vinyl for every job. Labour will inevitably account for the bulk of production costs. Choosing the best possible materials for a job will improve quality, enhance productivity, ensure peace of mind, and minimise wastage. In order to choose the right vinyl for the job it is necessary to understand the different types of face films and adhesives.

Face films - At first sight, there is little to distinguish between the three basic types of vinyl available today: cast, polymeric calendered and monomeric calendered films. However, the difference between them is obvious after they have been applied in a challenging environment for any length of time.

Cast films - A cast film is a premium grade vinyl that starts life as a liquid, which is then allowed to spread out to an extremely thin layer. Cast films have no memory and are stable, so shrinkage is barely perceptible. Because cast films are thinner and softer, they are easier to cut, weed and apply. Cast films conform over substrate irregularities such as rivets and textures, making them the preferred option for the most extreme exterior applications, especially vehicle wraps. Cast films are also often used for interior or less challenging applications when special or Pantone colours are required. If there is any doubt as to which film to use, always choose cast for its enduring quality and long life.

Calendered films - Calendered films start life as a lump of plastic that is then flattened by being passed through two pressure rollers. Though not as high quality as cast films in demanding applications, film produced by this process can nevertheless be adequate in less demanding conditions. Calendered films come in two types: polymeric and monomeric.

Polymeric calendered films - Polymeric calendered films have added polymers to reduce shrinkage. However, although they have developed significantly over the years, they still fall short of the stability and durability of cast films. Polymeric films fare much better in exterior applications than monomeric films but are not suitable for application over surface irregularities such as rivets and corrugations. For less demanding exterior work, polymeric films offer a workable alterative to cast. If there is any doubt as to which film to use, avoid risk and choose cast film.

Monomeric calendered films - The least expensive vinyl film is monomeric calendered. These films are not suitable for demanding exterior applications such as vehicle liveries or fascia signs. The face film of monomeric film is not stabilised so it will almost certainly shrink to reveal the adhesive beneath. Dirt will adhere to this revealed adhesive and will be clearly visible as a sticky, black outline around the lettering and other elements. The sticky black outline is usually only the start of more severe degradation to come. Eventually, the vinyl face film will begin to curl up and flake off like peeling paint. Monomeric films, therefore, are best suited to short-term exterior applications and interior work.

Adhesives - Adhesives are either emulsion or solvent - based. Emulsion-based adhesives can be affected by water and humidity and are not recommended in demanding environmental conditions. Solvent-based adhesives are more widely used and their performance generally matches that of the face film.

Beware - bargain vinyls often use cheap adhesive to achieve their low price point.

For more information about products and services contact Spandex on 0800 772633 or visit


A real revolution in built-up lettering

Built up letters A new patented process could revolutionise production of 3D lettering and signage, says G-57 3D Design.

The process was developed by Guy Satchwell who has a lifetime's experience in the signmaking industry, producing highly specialised solutions for major brands and household names. The new system was launched through mother-company Central Signs and Graphix.

"The popular belief is that there's no mechanised process for built-up letter production, which there hadn’t been. But now that's all changed with this new method of production," says Guy.

The G-57 process produces letters and shapes manufactured to exacting specifications and with a much wider choice of finished profile than achievable with hand-built letters. For example, any type of face can be chosen, the edges can be bevelled to almost any design, patterned, or even have two radii.

When manufacturing letters by hand, slight differences in each one are unavoidable; but the G-57 process automatically produces any number of identical units. Another advantage is that the finished units are also more durable than hand built ones, as well as being lightweight.

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"What can be produced using the G-57 process isn’t limited to a small range, like it is with hand built letters," says Guy. "Now we can create practically any design in 3D to the highest quality, incorporating LED or face and/or backlit illumination."

"We can recreate logos or even a letterhead in 3D that truly are unique. One of our most striking pieces is a six foot high illuminated shrimp, which even if it were possible, would have been a ridiculous amount of work by any other method."

Another recent project G-57 3D Design completed involved creating a giant mobile phone for the launch of a new model.

"It certainly worked as an attention grabber. Everyone walking past was stopping and staring at this giant phone and it got a lot of people into the shop," adds Guy.

For the customer, the G-57 process provides almost unlimited potential. For the signmaker, it delivers major commercial and competitive advantages with simplified final assembly and huge savings in labour costs.

"This is the fastest ever process for building a 3D letter and even better, it can all be done at very affordable prices," says Guy. "It's so much faster because machines do the work and only a low skill level is needed for assembly. Typical savings are 50 per cent compared to traditional manufacturing techniques, which means more profit for the signmaker."

"I've only shown it to a limited number of people so far and the response has been phenomenal. Until people actually see it, they don't believe it; then they’re blown away."

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Crucial to the success of the G-57 production method was sourcing the correct material and it took some time for Guy to find it.

"This composite material is easy to work with. It's got fantastic properties and means these new signs produced by the G-57 process knocks spots off old projecting signs," adds Guy.

Working from signmakers’ designs, G-57 3D Design will produce letters or any shape in almost any colour for both interior and exterior applications. The company also offers a design service at a small additional cost. The 3D item comes complete in kit form for easy assemble and fitting with virtually no tools required and no hidden costs.

"My only worry really is that we won’t be able to keep up with the demand and will have to turn work down," says Guy.

Consequently, Guy is also considering selecting a limited number of signmakers to carry out G-57 3D production under agreement, and to supply businesses in their area of the country.

To find out more tel. 0121 326 7744 or visit


Artist chooses precision cutting plotter to help create Liverpool Cityscape

jpg When British artist Ben Johnson was commissioned to produce a portrait of the city of Liverpool, he created a stunning cityscape – and vital to completing the finished work in time was a Graphtec FC4100 cutting plotter.

Ben Johnson was born in Llandudno, Wales, studied at the Royal College of Art in London, and had his first solo exhibition in 1969 at the Wickesham Gallery, New York. In 1990 he was made an honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects, the only contemporary painter to be so honoured, for his contribution to the public understanding of contemporary architecture. Today, he is an internationally-renowned artist with work in private and public collections across the world.

The Liverpool Cityscape was commissioned by National Museums Liverpool, with the Liverpool Culture Company and Professor Phil Redmond CBE and Alexis Redmond, in celebration of Liverpool being European City of Culture for 2008.

The remarkable detail in the picture is typical of Ben’s work. This is achieved by cutting thousands of differently shaped and sized stencils, assembling the stencils in layers, spray painting and hand-finishing with small sable brushes. Ben has been using the Graphtec FC4100 cutter in his work for five years.

Ben spray painted the Liverpool Cityscape before hand-finishing with small sable brushes. Photo © Simon Webb.

He explains: "Before I had the Graphtec I was cutting out stencils by hand with a scalpel. But then I thought ‘signwriters cut letters and intricate shapes all the time and they don’t do it by hand, surely I could use what they use’. So I approached five companies and tested five different machines. The one with the greatest accuracy was the Graphtec, and I chose that."

Even using the automated cutter, producing a cityscape is a time-consuming and labour intensive task. The Liverpool Cityscape took three years to complete with Ben and six assistants working full time, and others, including students, friends and volunteers, helping at different stages. It is Ben’s largest work, 8ft x 16ft, and most complex to date and is calculated to have taken in excess of 24,000 person hours.

The lengthy process starts by Ben considering different views of the city and deciding which he wants to represent. In Liverpool, he chose a vista of the city’s famous skyline from a point high above the River Mersey. The area covers 170 hectares, includes both of the city’s football grounds and shows the extent of redevelopment in recent years.

Where some artists make sketches, Ben takes photos, and a lot of them. For this project he took approximately 3,500. He also consulted with architects and historians, as well as the people of Liverpool, to get a real feel of the city’s individual character.

Using his photos, Ben directed a team of three draughts people in making a grid on which to individually reconstruct each building, or groups of buildings such as terraces. They were recreated using traditional perspective, rather than vectorisation by a PC. This stage generated 1,500 sets of individual drawings, equivalent to around nine years of full-time work for a single draughtsperson.

From those drawings some 23,000 vinyl stencils, not counting foliage, landscape and water, were cut, which is where the Graphtec plotter came into its own. The consistent accuracy of the FC Series produces sharper and cleaner characters with better edge definition for signmakers, and this was equally as important in Ben’s project because the smallest cut shapes were just 0.4mm.

By contrast, some measured several metres and the Graphtec cut these with the same superb accuracy. The FC Series is designed for a production environment and several features contribute to its consistently accurate tracking, even over very long jobs and when left unattended.

Part of the Liverpool Cityscape, created with the help of a Graphtec cutting plotter. Photo © Ben Johnson 2008. All Rights Reserved DACS.

“We used the Graphtec a lot. Towards the end when we had seven large stencils to cut, five metres long and all the other bits, it was running for seven days continuously, 24 hours a day, with no problem,” says Ben.

The exceptional registration on the FCs was just as important as some stencils had to be cut out in vinyl, put back on the machine, and registered to each other and themselves.

The photos are handy reference tools when Ben is spray painting in colours but he says getting colours and shading correct is more down to the instinct of an artist.

As work on the Liverpool Cityscape neared completion, Ben and the team took up residency at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool for six weeks and opened to the public while finishing the painting.

“I thought we’d have three or four people a day wandering in - but we had 51,000 visitors,” says Ben. “Often we’d hear people say ‘he’s using computers, photos and cutters, he’s cheating’. But I explained they are just tools and we use whatever’s available.”

“Opening to the public was quite disruptive on time but it did allow me do something I especially wanted to, which was to demystify process of art. I gave 34 talks during that time, explaining the process. Too many artists wrap their work in mystery but being an artist is mainly a lot of hard graft. Practically all the way through this project I’ve worked 12 hours a day.”

Ben deliberately chose not to put people in his Liverpool Cityscape.

He explains: "With people in it, they become the focus of attention. But having no figures lets people put themselves into the painting, which I know they do. I hear them talking about where they went to school, where their father and grandfathers worked."

The Liverpool Cityscape is now on show in The Walker Art Gallery until November, along with Ben’s panoramas of Jerusalem, Zurich and Hong Kong plus paintings representing Chicago and Paris. This is the first time that these works have been exhibited together and the exhibition, Ben Johnson’s Liverpool Cityscape 2008 and the World Panorama Series, forms part of the city’s celebrations as European Capital of Culture. As well as Ben’s work, also included is a selection of historic views of Liverpool, demonstrating the long-standing tradition into which the new cityscape fits.

The Liverpool Cityscape will serve as a lasting legacy of Liverpool’s European Capital of Culture year and will move to a permanent home in the Museum of Liverpool when it opens in 2010/11.

"The experience in Liverpool is the highlight of my career and the finished work is a tribute to the people of Liverpool", says Ben.

To find out more about Graphtec’s range of cutting plotters, including the new FC7000Mk2 Series and its unique Advanced Registration Mark Sensing (ARMS) system, visit or tel. 01978 666700.

For further information about Ben Johnson and his work, go to The Walker Art Gallery is open daily and admission is free. Go to or tel. 0151 478 4199 for further information.


European winners announced in MACtac worldwide awards

European Prize Winner: The ampersand The European session of the sixth MACtac Worldwide Awards has taken place with more than 200 finalists selected from thousands of entries.

Work from printers, applicators and end-users form all over Europe was submitted into four different categories:
Vehicle Graphics, Interior Signs, Exterior Signs and Technical Achievements. A special Advertising Prize was also awarded to the entry considered most relevant and groundbreaking from an advertiser's point of view. The top prize for Exterior Signs was won by a UK company, Jupiter Display.

European Prize Winner: The ampersand

European Prize Winner for Exterior Signs: Jupiter Display (UK)

The astonishing colours and visuals of their giant ampersand sculpture were designed to decorate the space between two roundabouts. The jury found the execution particularly original, and a genuine contribution to the image of the city.

Products: IMAGin JT 5929 and LF 3999.

Special Mention: Cardesign Kft. (Hungary)
Cardesign was commended for the intelligent use of vinyl graphics to hide a roof window in an ancient building and so comply with local legislation.
Products: IMAGin JT 5529 P, JT 5817 one-way-vision film.

The judging panel

The judging panel included sign industry magazine editors, technical, advertising and creative experts across the fields of application, printin and design. Roger Hinchliffe of Sign Update(left) and other judges.

Leopold Professional Imaging to distribute Biedermann low cost laminators

Biedermann Laminators are manufactured in Germany to a very high standard, being well built and particularly robust, says Leopold Professional Imaging. leopold RollLam_160W Control Panel

Hot and Cold models feature a substantial top pressure roller up to 130 mm in diameter thus giving constant and even pressure over the media. They can accommodate thicknesses from paper to board up to 25mm thick. Roller pressure is adjusted manually, guaranteeing even pressure over the whole width of the machine.

The Warm models have heated silicone rollers that make it possible to laminate up to a temperature of approximately 60oC and eliminating silvering on certain types of media. The speed of lamination is controlled by a foot switch, in conjuction with adjustable speed motors allowing up to four metres per minute maximum throughput. The drive system can also be reversed for ease of loading.

All models can be fitted with an optional roll take up unit for use with roll applications. Additionally a roll feed is available for applications where double sided lamination is required.

For safety, all models feature a physical finger guard as well as an optical barrier thus making the unit acceptable for UK health and safety requirements.

leopold RollLam 160W - Picture from front
Leopold RollLam 160W.

For further information call Leopald Professional Imaging on 0208 441 4310.


Apollo - a new generation of high resolution hybrid UV printers being launched in the UK

Following the withdrawal of Zund from the Printer market, Planet Digital Ltd in the UK have led development of a whole new range of UV Print solutions. Now in cooperation with European partners, Planet Digital are ready to launch the first of a new range of UV printers and print finishing solutions into Europe and Russia. Sign UK will be the first of a series of exhibitions and launches planned for the Apollo range.

Apollo-small.JPGBryan Stringer, Managing Director of Planet Digital (formally the founder and chairman of B&P Light Brigade) was key in the original development of the Zund215 and Zund250. With over a hundred Zund printers placed in the UK and many years working with machine manufacturers, Bryan was ideally placed at the demise of the Zund printer to seize the chance to share his knowledge and customer needs with other manufacturers. Gary Dare, Planet Digital's Technical Director played a vital part in this development.

To quote Bryan Stringer 'As one of the main European distributors for Zund printers, none of us could understand Zund stopping the production of printers. But from a strong engineering and established user base, an opportunity was created to develop a new range of printers where we could use our experience to drive machine development based on working practises in the UK and Europe rather than being told by manufacturers what we had to sell! The support of our Zund user base continues.  Apollo is a whole range of printers from the entry level Apollo 16, (1600mm wide, industrial print heads, roll to roll and rigid sheet printer with white), through sizes 2600 and 3200 to the 2.5 x 1.5 dedicated flatbed, the Apollo Storm.

Using the latest generation industrial Ricoh printheads using grey scale attributes, the printer will offer a number of advantages. Stronger firing jets allow for higher head height adjustment whilst producing pin sharp edge definition.  Good production speeds with resolutions of 1200 dpi apparent. White as standard (can be changed to colour if white not required).

Commented Gary Dare "Looking at my working background with Zund and other manufacturers, I feel the Apollo is one of the best engineered products I have been involved with. With a 2 year manufacturers warranty on mechanics and electrics we have a very good feeling about the Apollo range."

At Sign UK, three versions of the Apollo UV printers will be shown. Two Apollo 1600s using alternative 4 or 6 colour ink configurations and the Apollo 2500.

Planet Digital are a Specialist Supplier of Print & Cut systems and work flow solutions.

For further information contact Planet Digital on 01963 220900 or visit where further information will be launched in April.


The Cube - See the difference

Grafityp UK Ltd, one of the longest serving and most established suppliers of equipment and medias to the Sign and Print industries have further enhanced their offerings for companies sourcing UV printers.

"We all appreciate that the market for UV is without doubt growing fast. At Grafityp we set ourselves a goal to be able to offer our existing and potential new customers the best choice of machines possible that can deliver both quality print and build whilst still offering excellent value. It is with all this in mind that we are now delighted to be able to offer the Cube UV printer series from IP & I" said Sales Director Neil Stevenson. "What the Cube series will inspire in customers is the belief that you can actually get a lot more machine for your hard-earned money" continued Neil.

Cube260-small.JPGThe Cube series of UV printers use the highly regarded Konica print head that allows a maximum resolution of 1440dpi. With 512 nozzles and a drop size of 14 picolitre, it offers excellent quality even when printing small text. It is available in a choice of head configurations including an option for printing white ink.

Two size models are available, a 1.6 metre wide machine and a 2.6 metre wide machine, both utilising the same high quality printing ability, and build quality.

Potential customers can view the Cube in a working environment, giving a real feel for the machines ability to easily handle all types of work, both roll to roll and flatbed.

The Cube 260 can print onto rigid substrates up to an amazing 95mm in thickness at speeds of up to 78 square metres per hour, and with its built in touch screen display and easy interface software it makes easy work of most jobs.

Supplied with a choice of in the box RIP software, it offers potential buyers the opportunity to purchase a high quality 2.6m wide UV printer at a price normally associated with much lesser brands. The Cube high quality 1440dpi UV printer has without doubt turned up the heat in the expectation stakes.

The IP & I Cube series from Grafityp UK "Let Your Eyes Show You The Difference."
For more information contact
Grafityp UK Ltd, tel: 01827 300500

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