Many of our clients constantly deal with images in new dimensions. With varying image formats, the flexibility that our machines can offer is extremely important. Ultimately, the canvas stretching machine has to treat each print as a unique copy, even under time pressure and high quantities. Semi-automatic allrounders like the MHP SF produce up to 220 drum-tight stretched canvases per hour in different formats, with no additional tools and no extra work with wedges needed.
In view of the high cost pressure on the international markets, the main focus of our engineers is to ensure a quick return on investment. Some of our customers produce up to 40,000 units per day – a machine that offers a 500 percent quality increase with just 20 percent price difference is a huge step.
We at MH&P have invested many years in the technical development of our semi and fully automatic solutions. Internally, with a wink, we call ourselves an “innovative garage company”. Behind this somewhat uncouth name lie the strict standards we work by: precision and commitment in product design and absolute reliability in operation and maintenance. Our learning curve continues to grow upward each day. Our customers, who have been loyal to us for 25 years, have earned nothing else.
We are looking forward welcoming you at our stand A.21 Halle 3.2 from May 15 through 18, 2018 at the FESPA, the world’s largest exhibition for digital printing technology. Messe Berlin, Messedamm 22, 14055 Berlin, Germany.
Text written by Martina Diehn