The distributor said it would demonstrate applications using the latest substrates to show how products from its Coala, Orafol and 3A Composites ranges could be transformed into floor and window graphics, table wrappings and wall décor.

Product marketing director James Jarvis said visitors would see how the use of cutting-edge substrates could deliver the good outputs to give an “all-important competitive edge”.

He added: “Our visual communication business offers the widest range of flexible and rigid media and consumables for the large-format digital printing market, the display market and the signage market.”

Antalis will be exhibiting some of the 74 products from its Coala collection for large-format printers, which will be displayed as table wrapping, exhibition and display material and window and floor graphics.

The collection, which includes 20 products for water-based inks and 54 for solvent, UV and latex ink, features substrates for both indoor and outdoor applications, including papers, self-adhesives, banners, textile, wallpapers and specialty media.

The Orafol range of plotter vinyls, digital vinyl and laminates will be used to decorate parts of the floor, windows and wall. These are suitable for indoor and outdoor applications, vehicle wrap, glass cover and illuminated installations.

Meanwhile its digital vinyls include soft PVC, special PVC, polymeric and case material with Oraguard laminates. Also on display will be products by 3A Composites, including the Smart-X, Dibond, KAPA and Forex ranges.