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Lawrence, Kumaren and Kenny making waves at Sign Africa Durban, show-casing the brand new Grafica NanoPrintag tagless label printer.

For more information on this machine, please contact your nearest branch or email us.

And the winners are...

Best Stand Winners - NSDS
Sign Africa Port Elizabeth, Winners best small stand. Zak Qodirov from CR Printing supplies in Port Elizabeth and Patrick Nolan from National Screen & Digital Supplies.

67 MINUTES 2014

FESPA 2014

NSDS recently exhibited at the FESPA Africa show in Johannesburg. NSDS launched the latest DTG direct to garment machine - the Viper2, the amazing RapidTag label automatic screen printer and a range of eco-friendly screen printing products.

The DTG M4 in actoin DTG M4 demo
The DTG direct to garment printer now prints directly onto polyester. The HIX range of heat presses.
The DTG M4 in actoin DTG M4 demo
Our international suppliers taking a well-deserved break. Nathan demonstrating our direct to garment printers.

NSDS at Sign Africa, PE 2013

The DTG M2 direct to garment printer was on display at the Port Elizabeth Sign Africa Roadshow. Also on display was the ViperOne automatic pre-treatment machine - ideal for small to mid-sized production. This machine keeps all spray and mist inside the unit and requires no electricity!

The DTG M4 in actoin DTG M4 demo
The DTG M2 direct to garment printer. Print vibrant colours and white onto dark shirts, easily and effectively.

NSDS at Sign Africa, Jhb 2012

The DTG M4 direct to garment printer was on demo at the Jhb Sign Africa show, this compact, affordable machine impressed with it's excellent print quality and automatic white ink system. Effortless, high quality printing onto both black and white shirts!

The machine was sold to Ikliki Clothing in Pretoria, and installation was completed the week after the show.

The DTG M4 in actoin DTG M4 demo
The DTG M4 printer in action. The DTG M4 demonstration attracted quite a lot of attention.
The NSDS team
Meet a few of the NSDS team...
Derek from our Jhb branch and
Patrick and Garth from Cape Town.
Marajet after-market inks provide an excellent, affordable print solution for major brand large format printers.

Sign Africa, Cape Town 2012

NSDS launched the new DTG M2 direct to garment printer at the Cape Town Sign Africa show. This compact printer comes equipped with the best white ink system in the market. Excellent print quality and a competitive price makes this machine a real winner.

Sign Africa Picture
The DTG M2 printer. The NSDS shirts printed on the DTG M2 printer for the show.
Sign Africa Picture
Also on display was a HIX drying tunnel and heat press. The Marajet range of quality after-market ink for Roland and Mimaki machines.

NSDS launches newly branded vehicles

nsds branded vehicle

Be on the lookout for our new funky vehicles! We had them wrapped and coated with Clearshield liquid laminate to ensure a long-lasting finish.

(below) Meet some of the faces behind the phonecalls and deliveries.

We are thrilled with our new look and are eager to be of service to you.

nsds team with vehicles

Sign Africa, Joburg 2011

NSDS was an exhibitor at the recent Sign Africa Show in Johannesburg, with a DGI PQ3204, Dilli Neo Titan and Starlam liquid laminator on display. The response to the machines, as well as the Marajet inks for Roland printers was fantastic, and it was wonderful to have international supplier support in the form of Brett Trambow of Marabu in the USA, as well as Hugh Kim and Charles B from DGI in Korea.

Sign Africa Picture
Charles B and Hugh Kim from DGI Marajet inks printing in a combination of cartridge and bulk in a Roland
Dilli Neo Titan 1604DW combination UV printer Starlam® 1600R Roll to Roll Liquid Laminator

NSDS staff and customers head to India for screen training at Grafica DMI

Staff and customers of NSDS headed off to India to attend a screen printing course at our supplier Grafica. Bhargav Mistry presents the 3 day course at the Dhirubhai Mistry Institute onsite at Grafica’s factory in Vasai. The course covers aspects from pre-press and screen preparation right through all aspects of set-up, registration and printing. NSDS is proud to offer this leading brand in South Africa, and the growth of the customer base is testament to the quality and value offered in every Grafica machine.

The whole South African contingent, from left to right :
Ziyaad Hoosen – VISION DIVISION, Yusuf Hoosen - VISION DIVISION, Phillip Chetty – INSTYLE PRINTERS, Alan Govender (back) – INKOSI PRINTERS, Andrew Swanepoel – RIGHTBACK, Bhargav Mistry – GRAFICA FLEXTRONICA, Nico van Rooyen – A1 PRINTWORX, Lawrence Singh – NSDS – KZN, Christopher Chetty – WES TRADING, Raven Pillay - C & R TEXTILES, Mark Busch – NSDS – CAPE TOWN
Bhargav Mistry addressing the group in training
The importance of correctly stretched and
tensioned screens
Perfect emulsion application using the
Grafica Auto-emulsion coater
Inspecting the final product
Perfect halftone textile prints, the result of
doing everything correctly
Screen Printers from around the world join
the training at DMI
Registration unit which comes with every Grafica auto carousel

World class training facilities at the DMI

Certificates for the attendees!

Enjoying the time in India!


Matsui water based prints from the Grafica Printex


Great Prints – the result of a successful 3 day workshop at DMI
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