Dominion Print, a printer located in Bradford, has significantly boosted its production capacities by investing £1 million in extra manufacturing machines and technology.
The business, which specializes in big and super-large formats, has bought a Durst Rho 2500 modular UV flatbed printer, as well as more in-line welding and eyeleting equipment and further in-line, fully automatic sewing machines.
Verity Fox, director of Dominion Print, stated, “Investing in our facilities is part of our growth strategy; it will assist us in meeting the increased demand for large-format printing solutions, which has been partially fueled by the resurgence of the events industry after its Covid-mandated hiatus.”
The Durst Rho 2500 is a high-speed, high-quality printer that allows us to enhance our large-format printing capacity while keeping the high standards our customers demand.
Flatbed production doubles. For printing, we bought extra finishing equipment.
“The acquisition of new fully-sewn in-line equipment boosts our tension frame graphic manufacturing.”
“Automation considerably lowers the requirement for complicated training and enables operators to generate the finest quality tension graphics on a broad variety of media.
We are one of just a handful of companies that provide really super-large solutions, and throughout the years we have embraced the evolving technology to create super-wide digital applications.
She noted that the company is in a stronger position than ever to expand its large-format business across a variety of industries, including events and entertainment, retail, and construction.