Stick On Signs to showcase Dimense 3D at PacPrint

Stick On Signs will be bringing the highly acclaimed Dimense range of European-made digital printers and printing systems to PacPrint.

According to Abe Weiszberger, CEO of Stick On Signs, the Dimense range of printers is unlike anything ever seen before in Australia, and will show PacPrint visitors that commercially viable, totally green printing is not only possible but can deliver what no others can.

The Dimense range is unique in the field of digital printing and is one of the greenest systems on the market. Stick on Signs will be at PacPrint to show businesses how, even in the face of unprecedented challenges, they can still add dollars to their bottom line. The company will also demonstrate, at PacPrint, how the range offers opportunities to print service providers as the new range of Dimense printers not only allows for the creation of unique, exciting and sustainable products that will delight clients, but also adds a high-margin revenue stream to any business.

The secret is the combination of innovation and common sense, which delivers exciting products and a compelling business case.

The pioneering technology of Dimense is truly unique, as it prints and embosses in a single step. That means structure and motif are perfectly matched – and that precision can be achieved at 20m2 /hour on media of up to 1.6m in width.

The level of detail that can be achieved through the Dimense range

The technology behind this achievement is deceptively simple, combining dependable, wide-format inkjet technology with a digital calendar in the same device.

The result is an efficient and cost-effective printer which can produce precision pieces of any size, colour or shape, with a variety of finishing choices, making repeat patterns ‘ancient history’.

Finishing choices include Matte, Gold, Pearlescent, Chameleon, Media Plus, and Silver, with Weiszberger adding that the finishes need to be seen and felt to be fully appreciated.

“It’s a big statement, but there really is nothing comparable to these printers anywhere else on the market,” he said.

In the lead up to PacPrint, Stick On Signs sold its Dimense 3D wallpaper printer to Victoria-based sign and display printer Zest Image.

Zest Image said as it boasts state-of-the-art production facilities, the Dimense was the perfect fit.

Stick On Signs said the Dimense technology is changing the way people view wall graphics and wall décor and is delighted Zest Image has embraced it.

“The Dimense technology has taken the European market by storm, and we are happy to see the progress it has made in the Australian market,” Weiszberger said.

Indeed, it seems that the Dimense range has an extraordinary range of capabilities, including printing moulds used to create custom shapes in cement and plaster with detailed definition, wallpaper décor and specialist signage, packaging and point of sale products, artworks and canvas works, posters, roll-ups and more.

Most importantly, the entire Dimense System is totally green. The inks used are water-based latex, the process is PVC and plasticiser free, and all products and ingredients used in the process are non-toxic and certified harmless with the Eco-Institut-Label in Europe.

“Plus, it’s reliable, with Stick On Signs holding plenty of printers, components, materials, and inks on hand locally. It’s been a significant investment for Stick On Signs to bring this system into Australasia, but it’s a demonstration of our strong commitment to the technology, which we truly believe will add ‘a new dimension’ to the digital print industry in this part of the world,” Weiszberger said.

The Dimense S Printer – which comes with a full ink system, media, design support, and training, and is backed by a 12-month warranty – will be demonstrated on Stand H18 at PacPrint.

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