Visual Impact

Mutoh had its new 1.6m XpertJet 1682 SR Pro on the show floor, along with its multi-award winning direct to object printer and its hybrid solution, as well as roll-to-roll printers.

Print businesses at sign, display, and promotional products expo Visual Impact have been getting their chequebooks out, with exhibitors reporting brisk sales during the show, which closes today.

The ColorJet Verve is one of the highlights of the Jetmark stand, along with its range of printed textured media and an innovative screen blanking material.

The Roland DG stand provided the first chance for industry professionals to see the expanded TrueVIS product lineup, which now includes resin, UV and eco-solvent models.

Digital inkjet print systems developer Mimaki has a wide range of technology on its stand with the JV330-160 eco mild solvent 50sqm an hour printer taking centre stage.

Trade sign and display operation Europoles had a new cylindrical display, the X-Module, on display, the innovative solution arriving from Denmark on the morning of the show.

The swissQprint Nyala 4 inkjet print system was centrestage on the Pozitive stand, which ran with a special Star Wars promotion on the Thursday of the show, May 4th.

Solutions supplier Smartech is highlighting its nationwide reach supported by its sales and service offering, and its move into delivering potential new revenue streams for print businesses.

Ball & Doggett is showcasing its 100 per cent recycled Enviro Board product, as well as its new wide format media through its acquisition of Connect, and the impending launch of its hardware solutions.

Major media supplier Spicers is highlighting the benefits for print businesses of working with major media brands, which it says have nationwide support, technical expertise and proven performance.

Starleaton is showcasing its broad expertise at Visual Impact in Sydney, with a range of versatile and sustainable solutions in advanced manufacturing, waste reduction and recyclability.

Epson’s theme at Visual Impact was ‘Your one stop signage shop’, demonstrating multiple signage solutions tailored to client needs, in a stand that itself highlighted many different applications.

Sign, display and promotional products expo, Visual Impact, opened with a smoking ceremony and official welcome by the Gawura Cultural Immersions group, at the Sydney Showground this morning.

HP is aiming to deliver ‘Beyond Expectations’ at Visual Impact, with its focus on driving a more efficient, circular and net-zero carbon economy.

HP is promising to deliver ‘Beyond Expectations’ at Visual Impact which opens on Wednesday, with its focus on driving a more efficient, circular and net-zero carbon economy.


Australia’s biggest print trade show of the year, Visual Impact Sydney, is set to open next week, with more than 90 exhibitors, mainly from the sign and display sector, set to show their wares.