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Is Print on Demand Fashion a More Sustainable Model?
Laurel Brunner discusses Kornit Digital's 2020 Impact and Environmental, Social and Governance Report. The report shares how fashion brands are responsible for 20% of global waste water every year and how digital textile printing reduces water use by 95% and energy use by 94%.
Italian Digital Innovation – Sandro Robustelli Shares his Vision and Digital Textile Journey
Debbie McKeegan speaks to Sandro Robustelli about his family owned textile printing business, Robustelli. Sandro shares his technical knowledge of the textile manufacturing process and digital textile printing advances.
Understanding substrate performance with material data collection
Color Concepts founder Marco Roos explains how his company’s work on ISO standards for materials and its growing ColorBase platform is revolutionising the print industry’s understanding of materials.
Setting out your stall with sublimation print
As an increasing amount of print service providers are using sublimation print to move into new areas, FESPA.com takes a look at some of the latest technologies that could help your business expand into profitable markets
Domino partners Procter and Gamble on innovative bottle print project
Print technology developer Domino Print Sciences joined forces with global consumer and personal care products provider Procter and Gamble (P&G) on a project to create special packaging to help visually impaired consumers distinguish between products.
International designer, Emily ZIZ uses digital printing to meet customers demands in Interior Design
Building a business from the kitchen table is how many of the worlds strongest brands begin. From these humble beginnings - business grows organically. Based in Australia, that is exactly how Emily Ziz founded her international brand.
The Big Display Company eyes business expansion after HP purchase
UK printing business The Big Display Company has set out plans to target work in a number of new markets after purchasing a new HP Latex R2000 Plus production printer.
Opening up packaging’s potential for printers
Short run packaging is finally viable for printing businesses providing opportunities to respond to the growing demands for customised packaging as well as supporting sustainability goals says Rob Brown, Senior Manager Business Development, Industry Print, OKI Europe Ltd
CNC routers: the difference between cutting tables and routers and what is available?
A CNC router can come in handy for sign and display graphics as well as helping wide format printers expand into other industrial markets.
New printers: less waste, more reliability and more energy efficiency
The latest generation of printers are helping printers to become more environmentally friendly and save money in the process.
A broad spectrum of exhibitors set to bring colour back at FESPA Global Print Expo 2021
International screen, digital and textile printing manufacturers are lining up for this year’s FESPA Global Print Expo, which takes place from 12 – 15 October 2021 at the RAI exhibition centre in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Load, print and unload
Nessan Cleary discusses how automated loading and unloading systems can greatly improve the throughput on high speed wide format printers.
What features should you look for in a large format RIP?
Nessan Cleary discusses how the range of features in any given large format RIP determines the overall productivity of the printer and what features usersshould look for in a large format RIP.
How to hydro dip
Hydro dipping has surged in popularity in recent years. We take a look at what it is, how you can do it and what’s behind its growth.
FESPA Coffee Break: Why Nordwerk partnered with Re-Board to build paper-based furniture?
In this Coffee Break, Graeme Richardson-Locke FESPA’s Technical Support Manager is taking on another sustainability topic. He is joined by Maximilian Hansen the CEO of Nordwerk Design and Einar Ek, the Director of Business Development at Re-Board to uncover how two passionate and skilled companies are making amazing creations with Re-Board.
Analysing the latest developments in inkjet print
While some businesses may have been forced to stand still in 2020, work in the inkjet print sector continued on exciting new developments. Rob Fletcher takes a look at what is new in this sector.
On the road to greater sustainability for print substrates
Sonja Angerer discusses that many digitally printed products are difficutlt to recycle however, manufacturers of substrates are currently working to create suitable solutions.
To New Shores
The COVID-19 crisis has caused several problems for suppliers in the printing industry. This is due to the significant fall in machine sales. Sonja Angerer discusses how printers can learn a lot for their future business by observing the actions of hardware manufacturers.
Masters of all trades
Hybrid printers promise the ability to print to both rollfed and rigid media making them a good option for coping with a mixed work load.