Sign and graphics company Vinyline has invested in swissQprint’s Nyala 4 to deliver enhanced quality, versatility, and productivity for its broadening range of clientele.

Producing a wide array of print for local and national brands, from bespoke vinyl decals, window graphics, wall art and exhibition displays to building wraps, floor graphics, site hoardings and illuminated signs, the team at Vinyline looked to the Nyala 4 to help grow its workload.

The 3.2×2 metre flatbed Nyala 4’s ability to print up to 1350dpi prints on an extensive range of materials, giving Vinyline the opportunity to explore and conquer new markets, in particular the live events sector.

Vinyline, managing director Keith Hughes said, ‘The one thing the last two years have taught us is that we cannot predict what will happen in the future, but we can prepare for it. The Nyala 4 is an investment for our future and the print productivity, reliability and flexibility mean our return on investment is already very positive.’

The business previously invested in a Zund UV flatbed system. Before the investments, Vinyline was unable to print anything smaller than 500mm square.

Mr Hughes added, ‘Now, we can print down to 5mm square, which is fantastic for small format safety signage. Prospective clients all agree that our print samples are the best they have seen, saying ‘if we can print that, we can print anything’. If you can’t get an order based on that, you are in the wrong business.’