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More than 400 exhibitors participating in third edition of the FESPA China event, demonstrating digital wide format, screen, and textile printing technologies.
Colour management is often seen as a difficult subject, one that many wide format printers struggle to master.
As eco-solvent inks continue their evolution, Simon Eccles examines their qualities and benefits to print service providers and the environment.
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Successors to the Océ ColorWave 900, Canon Europe has announced the launch of its fastest digital 42 inch wide-format colour printers on the market.
Mimaki has extended its UJF small flatbed range with the launch of the UJF-7151 plus direct-to-shape printer.
FESPA's Print Census surveyed more than 1000 businesses around the world to deliver key insights into where the industry is heading. 
William Shorter previews his session at the Fabric Printing Now Conference exploring the myths behind drain safe and processes relating to screen making chemicals.
Thomas Frost Madsen of FM Foliemontage, Hedensted has been crowned 2015 winner of the Danish round of the Wrap Masters Series at Odense Congress Center in Denmark.
Roland has announced an improved web-based Profile Centre for its European customers along with a new set of Eco-Sol Max inks.
FESPA Eurasia 2015, to be held on 10-13 December 2015 at CNR Expo, Istanbul, will go beyond being an ordinary exhibition space to a buzzing environment for business.
Martin Jenkins previews his session at the Fabric Printing Now Conference outlining the concepts of DNA impregnation and 3D weaving in print.
This concludes over three years of revision work by experts from nearly 95 participating and observing countries to bring the standard up to date with modern needs.
The FESPA Print Census exposes several overarching trends which dominate the strategic thinking of printers on every continent.
Dr Kate Wells, textile designer and consultant, talks about different forms of print technologies ahead of FESPA UK’s Fabric Printing Now Conference.  
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