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07 Jul 2014

Fascia Graphics to present at the Screen Printing Now conference

Fascia Graphics to present at the Screen Printing Now conference

Since the installation of the UK’s first Sakurai MS80-SD printing lines within the industrial graphics sector, Fascia Graphics® have experienced unprecedented growth and increased efficiency. Due to the success of these installations Fascia Graphics have been invited by FESPA UK to present at the ‘Screen Printing Now’ conference in London this September.

The conference will be hosted by FESPA UK Association and Sakurai Graphic Systems Limited at Sakurai’s headquarters in Hounslow and is the only dedicated screen printing conference held in the UK this year.

The conference is designed to spotlight and share the very latest developments in the screen printing community giving the conference-goers the opportunity to see live printing demonstrations, meet industry suppliers and engage in valuable networking sessions.

On the first day of the conference (September 30th) Fascia Graphics® will be giving a presentation on ‘The Revolution in Efficient Automatic Screen Printing of Industrial Graphics – Success from Investment’.

Michael Hole - Systems Improvement Manager at Fascia Graphics® said of the invite:

“To be invited by FESPA UK to present how and why our innovating installation has been such a success is a great privilege. The installation of our two Sakurai lines and the processes built around our production facility are an example of efficient automatic screen printing. This project has been a real achievement for Fascia Graphics and the industry.”

‘Screen Printing Now’ is set to fuel the resurgence of interest in screen printing, with screen printing being far from a dying process. Whilst Fascia Graphics have invested in the latest digital printing equipment, it is the investment in the fully automatic Sakurai lines that has bought the company such unprecedented success. Many applications just cannot be satisfied with a digitally printed part. The accuracy and precise nature of the screen printing process ensure the highest quality industrial graphics are still being produced. As the printing industry continues to evolve it is apparent that the need for high quality screen printed industrial graphics is alive and well.

Martyn Hicks, chairman of FESPA UK, had this to say on the conference “Screen Printing Now is not only a celebration of screen-printing, but also an opportunity for a wide range of delegates to discover how the process is accelerating its development to serve future technologies’’.

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