Sign & Display

Kissel + Wolf Australia has partnered with AGP|Textek to introduce its Direct-to-Film printing solutions, with heat transfer pigment inks, to Australia and New Zealand.

The sign and display expo Visual Impact will run next week, in Brisbane. Print21 previews the show, and the stands of the major players, for what will be the biggest print expo in Australia this year.

Fespa Australia will run an Open House at SS Signs during Visual Impact next week – with return transport laid on from the event in Brisbane – which will highlight a new automated print and cut line for rigids.

The Australian Sign & Graphics Association has released a suite of updated resources for its members, as workplace changes brought by the new financial year come into play.

Applications are now open for the 2024 Fepsa Future Leaders programme, which aims to nurture and develop the next generation of leaders in the print and signage industry.

Women in Print has decided to make its exclusive networking event at Visual Impact Brisbane next month a fundraiser for the Share the Dignity charity, which aims to end period poverty.

Avery Dennison will unveil what it says is a significant leap in sustainability, SP 1504 Easy Apply RS, a digital print film designed for environmentally conscious vehicle wrapping and branding.

The first Visual Impact expo in the Queensland capital for more than six years will run in just one month’s time, 17–19 July, at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre.

Hanglory, represented in ANZ by Kissel + Wolf, has launched a new fully automated display printer, a 1200dpi single pass inkjet corrugated inkjet printer, and new book and label print systems.

Sustainability is central to the Mimaki, with the company showing how it is supporting the sustainable development of the industry and improving its environmental footprint, and that of its customers.

Currie Group will supply and service the F Service Automation range of digital glue plotters into Australia and New Zealand, with the agreement made, signed and sealed at drupa.

Massivit has launched a new printer in its 3D series, the Massivit 3000, which it says provides an affordable, high-performance 3D printing solution for print service providers, and entertainment fabricators.

Elitron cutting systems, now supplied in ANZ by Currie Group, has the Kombo SDC series cutting system, and innovative twin head Kombo THC high-volume non-stop cutter on its stand.

Ball & Doggett represents several of the leading exhibitors at drupa, including HP, Roland DG, and Kornit, and has been taking time to get to know the latest equipment it will be bringing to Australia.

Visitors to sign, display and promotional print expo Visual Impact Brisbane in July will also be able to ‘connect with the experts’ who can help support their business success.


At drupa next week, Mutoh is set to launch a new inkjet printer which uses a new ink technology, which it says addresses several of the issues in inkjet printing.