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FESPA 2017 will feature a unique seminar programme that will offer this year a deep insight into the industrial print sector.
Finishing is a vital part of any print job, turning a graphic into a chargeable product. Rob Fletcher finds out more about this sector and meets the suppliers that will be at FESPA 2017.
We exclusively speak to HP Head of marketing Michael Smetana to find out more about what the company will showcase at FESPA 2017.
With this year’s edition of European Sign Expo now in full swing, Rob Fletcher takes a look at its conference sessions to see how the signage industry is taking shape.
FESPA 2017 seminar programme will explore the possibilities of digital fabric printing and how it could change fashion design. Rob Fletcher tells you why you shouldn't miss it.
‘Innovation’ has been a key buzzword in the industry for some time, as print companies find new ways of standing out from the competition.
Augmented reality campaigns are taking off internationally with progressive brands using the technology to turn every available surface into a virtual billboard.
What are the different types of laminating films available and what are the advantages and disadvantages of each? Simon Eccles finds out more.
Wide-format print has been regarded as one of the key growth sectors in the global industry for some time now.
Laurel Brunner, one of the driving forces behind the new ISO 21331, mentions in her Verdigris blog that this norm for the deinking of paper is increasingly being used.
Since it was first introduced to the industry, digital print has evolved quickly, and other areas have had to follow suit.
From window and floor graphics, to luxury packaging and labels, retail work is far-reaching, as brands and shops seek to generate interest in their latest products.
Textile print is one of the main growth areas in the industry at present and there are a number of technologies on offer to those in this sector.
Management information systems have seen massive growth in take-up over the past few years, becoming a ‘must have’. Rob Fletcher investigates what we will on display at FESPA 2017.
After going through some tough times, the industrial print market has been enjoying something of a resurgence in recent years.
Flatbed printers are one of the most sought-after technologies in the market, due to their ability to handle a wide range of work.
Most people are confused as to whether a particular piece of flexible plastic packaging can be recycled or not, which makes recycling almost an inconvenience.
Once a mass manufactured commodity, and only available by the roll, wallpaper has witnessed something of a reform.
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.
Normally the key to the success of every print job, whether analogue or digital, depends on the correct mix of media and ink.
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