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From the unexpected surprises to the main trends driving development in the sector, Rob Fletcher identifies how exhibitors are postitioning themselves to meet evolving customer demands.
With just over a month until the doors open on European Sign Expo, we give you a little taster of the product solutions and industry information you can expect to see at the show.
Meystyle's founders Maria and Ekaterina Yaschuk have used the limitless design opportunities available through digital printing to develop dazzling customized wallpaper and fabrics.
With outdoor large-format printing growing at rapid speeds, FESPA 2017 in Hamburg will showcase the solutions signage printers need to get into large-format applications.
Garment printing is widely regarded as not only one of the most profitable areas of the industry, but also one of the widest-reaching. Rob Fletcher finds out more.
With companies in today’s industry facing more competition than ever, Rob Fletcher investigates how colour management software can put some black back into their accounts books.
Ranging from printed posters and billboards, through to way-finding signs and even digital signage, the sign-making market is incredibly varied.
Vehicle wrapping is undoubtedly one of the most exciting areas of the industry, with such a creative range of application on show.
Whilst the basic principles of laminating remain much the same, refinements can be seen in the development of new machines and technologies. Simon Ecles finds out more.
Engraving remains an important part of production for many companies, despite being one of the oldest techniques in the industry.
Digital textile printing is forecast to emerge as the new technology of the future supported by the development of inkjet technology.
Water is life. But when water is unsafe and sanitation non-existent, water can kill. For millions of people, it’s a daily reality.
Although 3D print is still evolving, there are many opportunities for almost every printing company to take advantage of these new potential services and revenue stream.
A massive jump in the use of digital printing technology for packaging has encouraged some very creative thinking in packaging applications.
Interior design is one of the most creative and interesting sectors of the industry, with a wide range of work on offer.
FESPA UK director Graeme Richardson-Locke has issued a call for members of the industry to continue embrace the changes that digital disruption has brought to the market.
Epson has developed what they call "the first ever in-office paper recycling machine", which takes used documents and turns them into clean, white, blank sheets, in just 3 minutes.
FESPA 2017 is set to be a must-attend event for members of the outdoor print industry after the organisation announced the addition of new exhibitors to the floorplan.
Metallics, foils and raised imaging effects are starting to appear for digital production, with benefits of low setup costs, short runs and variability. Simon Eccles looks at what's here and what's coming.
MBA Group is soon to go live with two more Ricoh Pro VC60000 colour inkjet webs, making it the first company in the world to have three of the machines.
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