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Midcomp installs HP Latex machine

This article originally appeared in Sign Africa.

Print operator Thulani Ndlovu and innovations manager Keegan Meano, Tygan Digital And Signage.

Midcomp recently installed an HP Latex 570 at Tygan Digital And Signage. Water-based HP Latex Technology is unique, delivering a combination of true application versatility, high image quality and high productivity, and a sustainable approach that is better for operators, businesses and the environment.

The HP Latex 570 allows the user to load rolls in one minute or less with the spindle-less pivot table and skew automatic adjustment. It runs unattended and produces highly saturated prints with up to 50% more ink density using vivid print modes.

Tygan Digital and Signage specialise in large format digital printing, point of sale and signage. The company offers a complete turnkey solution, assisting clients in every aspect of a project. With years of experience, the business prides itself on its reliability and ability to execute projects nationally.

‘We have travelled a long road with Midcomp and have had the pleasure of dealing with Midcomp Group CEO Rob Makinson and his team for over 10 years,’ said director Monique Meano. ‘When we were in the market to replace our HP 360, there was no doubt that we would turn to Midcomp for assistance. We required a reliable printer that could handle high productivity at cost effective prices. We service many clients in the retail industry and work on extremely tight deadlines. The HP L570 ensures exceptional quality and speed, and the ability to use printed media immediately.’

Meano described the service from Midcomp as ‘phenomenal as always’, and praised its Pay Per Use (PPU) programme, stating that it gives the company a fixed cost per square metre to work on, with no hidden costs and no additional maintenance fees. Pay Per Use (PPU) is a comprehensive and customised programme, created by Midcomp, that ensures users pay a fixed ‘per square metre’ charge for the square metres they print.

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