Ready for a revamp
Brother and sister, Nick and Pascha Turnbull at Inc Dot have invested in the latest generation Heidelberg digital press and a wide-format HP Latex machine as part of a £330,000 investment.
The new printer was bought in response to customer feedback and now allows Inc Dot to print on much thicker materials, add special finishes to jobs and enables them to print jobs of a wider size.
Nick stated: “We needed a robust new press which could handle up to 400gsm business card board, whilst producing consistent colour of the highest quality. Customers were sometimes disappointed by the quality of the thinner boards previously run through the digital machines.”
A new HP Latex machine now enables Inc Dot to take on work that is up to 1.6m wide, for example, large external waterproof, fade resistant posters and the ability to print on a variety of materials such as paper, plastic and canvas.
Pascha said: “Margins were constantly being squeezed and our clients often demand faster turnaround times, so these purchases are about trimming costs and adding to our flexibility.”
The recent investment also included an extension to Inc Dot’s finishing capabilities, with them now adding foiling and perfect binding to their repertoire. With the company also boasting ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certifications, they have many key selling points to attract local businesses and public sector customers.Back to news