The research project initiated by FESPA in partnership with Infotrends is the first ever Europe wide research into the future of wide format.
MacDermid Autotype has announced the release of Autotype Delta II, a new, cost effective, double-sided, positive or negative film that can be imaged on either side in a laser printer.
HP has announced that it has completed the portfolio integration of recently acquired MacDermid ColorSpan, Inc., a leading supplier of UV-curable inkjet printers for display graphics, into the Graphic Arts organisation within HP’s Imaging and Printing Group. The acquisition enables HP to provide lower-cost, wide-format platforms and UV technologies to print service providers (PSPs) that are expanding into outdoor applications and more industrial workloads.
GAMAA (Graphic Arts Merchants Association of Australia) is pleased to announce the successful recipients of the 2008 GAMAA Leadership Programme Scholarship - Adam Newman, Ferag Australia; Helen Woods, Fairfax (Gippsland News); Joanne Kesby, QM Technologies.
With two major shows coming up in 2008, FESPA and Drupa, Kodak has not made any announcements about further product development for the traditional wide format sector as yet, but in a preview to the enormous Drupa show in May it intends to demonstrate it's Stream Inkjet Technology, when it unveils the Kodak Stream Concept Press which will target the commercial print sector.
Dainippon Screen will attempt to establish itself as one of the leading suppliers of sign and display equipment at FESPA and Drupa, while retaining its position as one of the leaders in the world of offset prepress.
Dan Soltman and Vivek Subramanian, researchers at the University of California announced on Friday (1st February 2008) a breakthrough making possible the use of low-cost inkjet printer technology to produce electronic circuits for today's growing number of consumer devices.
FESPA has announced the conference programme for its first-ever Digital Textile Conference (31st March to 1st April 2008).