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Retail and inkjet to drive innovation in $42 billion printed signage market

Innovative technologies will become increasingly important as the world printed signage market evolves across the next five years, according to Smithers Pira.

04/08/2017
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New Komori press to double production capacity at Baesman Group

US-based Baesman Printing & Fulfillment has partnered with Komori America to add a new tool to its printing arsenal, the Komori Lithrone G40-P eight-colour press with H-UV.

03/08/2017
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Top 9 Graphic Design Software for signmaking

Nearly all of today’s signage is designed on desktop computer software, much of it offering vector graphics with a range of tools and effects.

02/08/2017
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11 Time management techniques to share with employees

Doesn’t it feel like we have less time than ever before? There are many reasons for this: more competition requires employees to do more with less.

28/07/2017
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Opportunities for inkjet in labels and packaging

Inkjet is an exciting area of development for the print industry, offering significant opportunities for market growth.

27/07/2017
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Millharbour Digital does the quickstep at Sushi Samba

Hertfordshire-based Millharbour Digital has delivered a branding project at Sushi Samba London to celebrate the UK Stem Awards 2017.

26/07/2017
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Managing colour in a wide format workflow

The wide format printing industry was quick to adopt colour management as a way of coming to grips with the wide variety of printers, inks, media, RIPs, and settings.

25/07/2017
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PressOn completes a Crossrail project

Wide format specialist PressOn has completed a programme of work for the Crossrail project.

24/07/2017
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The ultimate design software guide for signage

Buy, implement, build. Software is part of your everyday business life now. It is the primary tool of all businesses.

18/07/2017
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Report shows OOH advertising drives greater ROI

A new study of advertising return on investment reveals that best results come when campaign mix includes out of home (OOH) along with television and digital media.

18/07/2017
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How are manufacturers responding to textile print trends?

We take a look at some of the latest solutions on offer to print service producers in the textile print market.

14/07/2017
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Double-digit growth forecast for digital textile printing

According to a 2013 InfoTrends study, the global digital textile printing industry is worth around £115 billion (approximately $148 billion US) and growing.

06/07/2017
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Choosing the best wide format equipment for your needs

Investing in the right wide format equipment is paramount for any digital print provider. With options more diversified than ever, just how do you find out which machine will really boost your shop?

05/07/2017
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Textile Printing Now Conference announced

An exciting, opportunity packed one day conference for the textile print community, has been announced by FESPA UK, to take place in November.

04/07/2017
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ISO 52000 leads the way on clean energy building solutions

If you want to find major emitters of global carbon dioxide, look no further than your city’s skyline.

04/07/2017
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Textile printing's waste problem

The textile printing business is set to explode, thanks to digital printing technologies, but sustainability consultant Laurel Brunner says the boom in printed fabrics could aggravate the industry’s waste problem.

03/07/2017
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Print Workflow: What you need to know

They say that nine tenths of anything is preparation. When it comes to graphics production projects, this maxim absolutely applies.

23/06/2017
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FESPA 2017 hailed as a thrilling success for Mimaki

Mimaki Europe was recognised with prestigious awards and closed first sale of its new Tiger-1800B at the worldwide exhibition, which took place in Hamburg.

16/06/2017
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Printing plates progress

As digital printing keeps up its steady march across the graphics landscape, it’s easy to forget about progress in conventional printing, writes Laurel Brunner.

15/06/2017