ALD Print chooses VersaUV LEF-12 to target new markets
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By Caroline Jones
18 September 2012
ALD Print has diversified into products, such as printing die-cast cars for a museum, since investing in a VersaUV LEF-12
Sheffield-based ALD Print says it is 'thrilled' with its purchase of a VersaUV LEF-12 desktop UV-curable printer from Roland dealer Grafityp, which has 'proved vital in responding to pressures' on other parts of its business. The graphic design, commercial print and signage printing company chose to invest in the Roland kit to help it capture customers in new markets.
"Finding new markets has been essential for us because it’s a difficult time for commercial printers and with the VersaUV LEF-12 we are now personalising pens, USBs, even restaurant menus on wood and much more, for new and existing customers," explains ALD Print owner Alistair Lofthouse.
"Recently we printed a range of die cast model cars for a motoring heritage museum and expect this to be repeat business, while the same customer now buys printed rubbers, rulers and pencils for the gift shop from us."
The VersaUV LEF-12, which can print on materials including glass, metal and leather up to 100mm in thickness, also helped the company win a nomination at the BPIF Excellence Awards for its diverse range of printed items.
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