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Durst’s strategy of using AI to fix printer problems before they arise should eliminate production down-time and open the way to the ‘smart factory’ of the future
Michelle Moxley, Innovation Director at M&R Printing, explains how the Digital Squeegee and digital hybrid printing can enhance and embellish DTG work.
COVID-19 has had a huge impact on retail but it may have only sped up existing change.
Dr David Penfold, Edgerton Publishing Services – formerly Senior Lecturer at the University of the Arts (London) and Visiting Fellow at Nottingham Business School – on standardising printing terms.
Four experts discuss how, in the wake of the pandemic, the organisation has raised its game to help members.
Printing SA's CEO, Dr. Abdool Majid Mahomed looks back on the federation's history, future and how it has remained relevant.
Abdool Majid Mahomed, chief executive of Printing SA, used outreach, eLearning modules and webinars to keep member companies and employees happy, healthy and motivated during the pandemic in South Africa.
Peter Buttiens of ESMA looks at future opportunities for printers in post-COVID markets and new inroads in biomedical printing and textiles.
The International Executive Director of Digital GraphicsGroup International (DGI), talks about almost three decades in print, growing businesses into new markets and the importance of networking.
Nathan Swinson Bullough, co-owner and Managing Director of UK based Imageco, on the firm’s sustainability journey.
How the ability to produce eye-catching 3D or ‘moving’ pictures is within reach of ever more printers.
In the third part of our series on sustainability in different print sectors, we spoke to Micol Gamba at EFI Reggiani.
Paulo Dourado, Director, Communication and Image Office at Apigraf in Portugal, explains how the pandemic proved printing is an essential “industry of industries”.
The holy grail in mass customization is to produce unique customized products at the price of a single mass produced unit. Paul McKinlay at Cimpress, the global mass customization company and parent of brands like Vistaprint and Pixartprinting, explains.
Enrico Barboglio from FESPA Italia on how printers are recovering from the COVID-19 onslaught and why the future still looks bright.
John Morent, owner of POP Solutions, foresees the death of deregulated capitalism and the hyper-consumerism it encourages, and asks how FESPA members can work together to forge a brave new world.
How are printers handling the onslaught of COVID-19, what will the consequences be for the industry, and are there any lockdown silver linings?
A country with fewer than nine million inhabitants, far from the big markets of North America, Europe and Asia, still manages to be a global printing innovator.
Debbie McKeegan, FESPA Textile Ambassador, talks about the innovations within textile printing, new techniques for sportswear production and why sustainability can be prone to greenwashing.
Keynote speakers identified the biggest print trends to come in 2020 and explain how new partnerships prosper at the summit.
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