Epson, HP and Canon will be amongst the manufacturers showcasing their latest wares at the upcoming International Sign Expo.
Taking place at Las Vegas' Mandalay Bay Convention Centre, from April 3rd - 6th, the Expo will showcase all the latest innovations the signage industry has to offer; from wide-format printing devices to soft signage solutions.
The newly-formed Canon-Oce partnership will show off the Oce ColorWave 650 large-format printer, as well as the Oce ProCut 2500 cutting system and the Oce Arizona 318 GL UV flatbed model. Epson plans to show two of its SureColor models, whilst HP will focus on its large-format offerings.
Whattheythink.com revealed: 'At ISA, HP will be demonstrating its wide-format sign and displaying solutions. The company's flatbed UB-curable devices on display will include the HP Scitext FB7600 Industrial Press, designed in part to help print service providers expand into new applications, such as packaging.
'Also in the booth will be the HP Scitext FB700 and FB500 industrial printers, which can help PSPs introduce high-value point-of-purchase applications.'
The Expo's organisers are confident that the event will be a big success, even going as far as to say that if sign businesses want to take their services to 'the next level', then attendance at the Expo is critical. Signexpo.org confirmed that over 550 exhibitors will be at the event, attending to the needs of over 18,000 guests.