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Vivid in the press

  • Double-sided system to make FESPA bow - Digital Printer

    17 July 2013

    Digital Printer's combinded edition for June and July has a finishing focus on page 34.

    They report on the recent world exclusive debut of our Matrix MX-530 Duplex System at FESPA 2013.

    "The Matrix MX-530 Duplex allows users to laminate both sides of a sheet at the same time, instead of having to turn the sheet over and run through again" writes the magazine.

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  • New Double Sided Matrix Laminator from Vivid - Quick Print Pro

    17 July 2013

    Quick Print Pro are reporting on the debut of our Matrix MX-530 Duplex system.

    The launch of the new double sided laminator took place at this year's FESPA 2013 Exhibition at London's ExCel.

    Our Product Manager, Bruce Cozens spoke to the magazine "The Matrix is now the best selling single sided laminating system in Europe and we're confident that with the new model, it can also take the crown for double sided systems too".

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  • Focus On Laminating and Encapsulating - Print Monthly

    17 July 2013

    Editor Brendan Perring has written a great 5 page feature in the July edition of Print Monthly on Laminating and Encapsulating.

    "Many printers up and down the land are buying entry to medium-level finishing and encapsulation machines, as their businesses move to do a higher number of short litho and digital runs" writes Brendan.

    Our Marketing & Communications Manager, David Smith, was also interviewed for the article "Our key message has always been bring it in-house, cut down your costs, cut down your production time".

    The piece features our Linea Encapsulation Laminators, as well as the Matrix Single Sided Laminating Systems.

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