Japan-based printing technology provider OKI is set to showcase its advanced Pro Series graphic arts printers at the PrintPack+Sign event in Singapore.
The annual trade show will take place from 26 to 28 July.
At the event, the company will exhibit its five latest Pro Series graphic arts printers, which are specifically designed to meet the needs of graphic arts industry stakeholders.
The advanced printers can be used to produce professional T-shirt designs and other garment decoration, packaging designs, product and gift decoration, point-of-sales displays, as well as window graphics and decals.
The company has developed these printers for small and medium-sizes companies to reduce overall costs and improve lead times, specifically when used for creating proofs and mock-ups.
Pro6410 NeonColor is a professional A4 device, which prints neon colours for garment and product decoration, and point-of-sales displays.
Pro7411WT is a white toner printer, which provides users flexibility to expand their use of A4 coloured media with dark backgrounds, clear film and transfer media.
Pro8432WT is a professional A3 printer, which has been developed for garment and product decoration, point-of-sales displays, as well as window displays.
Pro9541dn is a A3+ graphic arts multimedia platform that holds capacity to produce output in the full range of process CMYK colours and white or clear gloss printing, which adds vibrancy to production onto coloured, dark or transparent media.
Pro9542dn is a five-colour station A3+ graphic arts multimedia platform with white spot colour capability for printing on darker media, offering better print quality and enhanced print speeds.
Image: OKI’s new printers can be used to produce packaging designs, product and gift decoration, and point-of-sales displays. Photo: courtesy of Marketwired / OKI.