Owner Clive Denholm (pictured) put the rapid growth down to two things: the quick turnarounds provided by UV printing on coated and recycled stocks; and its coating option, marketed as ‘Crystal Varnish’.
“Previously printing solid ink coverage or a synthetic paper used to be a nightmare for drying, potential set-off and scuffing issues,” he said.
“With our new UV technology, we can now print on these papers and the printed image is dry as it comes off the press. This is great for urgent jobs.”
In June, CMYKhub established its Queensland site in ‘Printers Alley’ in the Brisbane suburb of Geebung.
The site houses an A1 five-colour plus coater Ryobi press, which the company signed for at PrintEx11.
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