PrintEx VIDEO: End to end solutions from Starleaton
Starleaton’s stand, I28, is the largest at PrintEx, with an application-focused display celebrating 40 Years of Innovation.
The stand features both equipment and consumables, and according to CEO Ben Eaton the focus is on end-to-end solution. He said, "Starleaton has always been focused on what is best for the customer. We seek to provide end-to-end solutions in whatever format is best, across software, printing equipmwent, colour management, media and finishing. We bring all the sprokets together and make them work, and printers know Starleatin is a partbner they can rely on."
John Buitenkamp, product manager at Starleaton, said the company aims to show what is possible with print. Buitenkamp says, “Visitors are being taken through an unboxing experience, as they explore the imaginative and skilfully designed space, packed with an astonishing array of applications.”
“Walls, floors, roofs, and virtually every other surface i being printed, using a wide variety of media and print techniques.”
Equipment on display includes the latest super-wide 3.2-metre EFI Pro 32r and hybrid EFI 16h devices, as well as a range of Epson solvent, textile, photo, and poster printers. Eaton said, "The EFI Pro 32r is an outstanding print solution, the quality and productivity is something to see."
The comany also has finishing technologies including the Flexa XY cutter; Flexadome doming machine for 3D label effects; Impulsa sewing machine; XPro calendar and laminator; Neschen cold laminator; and a Zünd G3 3XL 3200 digital cutting table, which will be the "jewel of the finishing product line up,” says Buitenkamp.
Consumables also star, including Brett Martin plastic sheets and Alumigraphics; Neschen self-adhesive wall, floor and outdoor graphics media; Hahnemühle fine art papers and Contra Vision window films; and Oppboga waterproof outdoor board.
“Other highlights will include Colour Management Health Checks and a special retrospective of the company’s history, including a tribute to founder Peter Eaton,” says Buitenkamp.