KIP are claiming that their Color 80 machine is the world's first and only wide format LED toner based printer.
Caldera, the French leading software editor specialising in large format printing solutions and Pantone, Inc., have announced a license agreement to integrate industry standard Colour Libraries in all of Caldera’s software.
FESPA’s second Digital Printing Europe exhibition, which took place from 1st to 3rd April 2008 at Geneva’s Palexpo exhibition centre, attracted an increasingly diverse international audience, including a significant number of screen and digital wide format printers from Asia-Pacific, looking to explore the latest innovations in the sector.
Océ has announced the launch of a new printing technology called Océ CrystalPoint. They claim it combines the best of both toner and inkjet.
FESPA’s first ever Digital Textile Conference (31st March to 1st April 2008), held in parallel with FESPA Digital Printing Europe 2008, attracted a variety of quality printers, recognised manufacturers, and entrepreneurs interested in entering the fast-growing textile sector.
Sean Carey, managing director of Ricci Signs Australia, is a young man brimming with enthusiasm. He’s enthusiastic about his employees’ ambitious creativity and about the future of his business, which has grown well over the last eight years with an expanding portfolio of print projects from large retail and construction corporations.
A larger-than-life James Courtney and Shane van Gisbergen set off in the early hours of Saturday morning on the 4,500km trip across the Nullabor for round four of the V8 Supercar Championship Series at Barbagallo in Perth, Western Australia.
We all know that EskoArtwork are big in cutting tables around the world, including Australia. It would seem logical that they should adapt their technology expertise to "Nesting".
With industry estimates that over 1 billion ink jet cartridges are used worldwide every year, and by 2009 that number will reach 2 billion, Roland DG is very proud to announce one more very important initiative with the introduction of Roland DG's Cartridge Recycle programme (CR), all of Roland DG’s cartridges can now be recycled, including ECO-SOL MAX, EcoXtreme and EcoXtreme LT cartridges.
Brian Fairchild, secretary to the New Zealand Sign & Display Association reports that the awards were held last Saturday at the Copthorne Hotel and Resort in the Bay of Islands. Dame Susan Devoy was the Master of Ceremonies and did a brilliant job even though she had a foot in plaster from a broken achilles that occurred a couple of days earlier. The results are below. Pictures and comments from some of the judges will follow.
Sawgrass Technologies has announced that it has released the ChromaBlast system for the Epson C120, an entry-level cotton-decorating system that makes starting a T-shirt or fabric decorating business affordable.