Exclusive UK and Irish Mimaki distributor is to bring its broadest ever range of technology to Sign & Digital UK as it returns once again to the exhibition at Birmingham’s NEC from 24th to 26th April 2018. 


With a large stand situated at the entrance to Hall 18, Hybrid will also be supporting a significant number of its specialist resellers, ensuring a considerable Mimaki presence at the show.


In addition to its main stand, Hybrid is running the Textile Printing Live Demo feature that sits adjacent to its stand at the front of Hall 18. “We’ll be inviting visitors to try their hand at creating printed textile products that they can personalise and take home,” Hybrid’s Textile Product manager, Brett Platt. “Getting up close for even just a few minutes can help those new to the technology appreciate the ease with which textiles can be decorated and attractive products added to their portfolio.”



The Textile Printing Live Demo will showcase a variety of inspiring applications - from fashion, sportswear and apparel, to retail, lightboxes, promotional products and even flooring. “This is a great opportunity for visitors to take home not only a textile product they’ve produced themselves, but also some inspiring ideas for their business,” says Platt.


For the first time, Hybrid will be showing the entire range of Mimaki’s UCJV Series LED UV printer/cutters, with both the UCJV300 and UCJV150 on display together at a UK exhibition. 


According to Hybrid’s national sales manager John de la Roche, Sign & Digital UK gives Hybrid Services a very strong platform with which to present the latest Mimaki technology to the print and creative industries. “As well as Mimaki’s new UCJV Series, a selection of hugely popular solvent printers and printer cutters and a whole raft of textile kit, we’ll also be presenting Mimaki’s cutting edge UV printers, including the multi-award winning JFX200 8’ x 4’ flatbed, the impressive 3.2m roll to roll UJV55-320 and a selection of our sector-defining smaller format flatbeds from the UJF range,” he concludes.