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How will digital and rotary technologies be utilised in this new decade?

As we advance into a new decade, the growth of the Textile sector shows no sign of abating. In fact, as the world’s population continues to swell the growth of printed textile production and the availability of printed products is set for accelerated growth in-line with increasing demand.

11/01/2021
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Fans send printed message of support to football star

Supporters of Premier League football club Wolverhampton Wanderers have come together to fund the production of a giant, printed banner in support of star player Raúl Jiménez.

08/01/2021
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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.

24/12/2020
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Resilience for digital printers and overcoming COVID-19

Sonja Angerer discusses how the print industry have had to be resilient along with the rest of the world. Sonja details how digital printers can learn to become more resilient to improve their businesses.

23/12/2020
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OEM vs. Third-Party – which wide-format ink is right for you?

Diving into a debate that has raged on for many years, FESPA.com takes a look at the key differences between original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and third-party wide-format inks.

21/12/2020
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The UN SDGs and chemicals, air and water

Air that’s safe to breathe and clean water might seem like a fundamental right, something we shouldn’t have to be worrying about in the modern world, and the related UN Sustainable Development Goals perhaps could appear irrelevant to business owners reading this. Sadly, this is not so.

18/12/2020
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Designing for the South African Market and leveraging Digital Print Technologies

As the digital textile marketplace expands worldwide it strategically fills the gaps where analogue industrial production was once the key player. The high-volume rotary production of the past has been replaced in some instances by hybrid supply or has ceased entirely to exist in its previous volume meterage. Digital textile technology now enables customised production at any volume.

07/12/2020
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Luxury wine demand leads to investment for Jacquelin Frères,

Jacquelin Frères, one of the largest printers of wine labels in France, has revealed that a sharp increase in demand for luxury wine products has led it to strengthen its print operations by investing in new digital printing technology.

04/12/2020
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3D print start-up partners interior design studio

3D print start-up Satori has announced details of a new partnership with interior design studio Madhi Naim Design Lab, with the aim of capitalising on 3D printing technology and developing new products for use in environments around the world.

02/12/2020
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Another chapter in 3D printing – a new hope for digital printers?

Full-colour 3D printers are becoming more affordable, potentially opening up new market opportunities. What does this mean for printers?

24/11/2020
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Onpoint Manufacturing, a new vision for the future of apparel

Kirby Best and the team at Onpoint Manufacturing based in Florence, Alabama, USA, specialise in customised design and sewn production for the Apparel Industry and they are charting a new future for the Fashion Industry.

24/11/2020
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Play has no limits for AJ Wells and PlayStation

Family-run British company A.J Wells and Sons recently linked up with London Underground, Transport for London and PlayStation on a unique project to help launch the new PlayStation 5 games console in London.

23/11/2020
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The other crisis: What can printers do to tackle climate change and COVID-19?

Across Europe, measures to contain the pandemic are putting extra pressure on digital printers. Considering the current pandemic, it is quite easy to underestimate another global crisis. The battle against climate change is ongoing but also has a direct impact on the printing industry. Time to get prepared.

16/11/2020
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Peter Scott Printers trains up next generation of workers

British print service provider Peter Scott Printers has announced details of a new scheme to help attract younger people to the print industry and train the next generation of workers.

13/11/2020
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Print Out to Help Out with Precision Proco

UK business Precision Proco Group has set out details of a new scheme where it will take on staff temporarily from other companies to support its production in the run up to Christmas.

11/11/2020
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Sassoon Holdings launches 3D print global venture

US-based private equity firm Sassoon Holdings Group has announced details of a new global 3D print venture, through which it aims to access national markets in countries all around the world.

10/11/2020
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Domino eyes corrugated growth with trio of appointments

Domino Digital Printing Solutions has moved to enhance its presence within the corrugated market by announcing a trio of senior appointments.

28/10/2020
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Inks for textile printing

Nessan Cleary discusses the numerous types of textiles, from natural materials to synthetics, all of which require different types of inks and treatment.

27/10/2020
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New opportunities and existing business models for digital textile printing growth

Within the global textile printing marketplace, the share of digital textile printing is growing exponentially. Growth is being achieved within an Industry using a wide variety of business models.

23/10/2020

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