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Federal grant for outdoor industry

The Outdoor Media Industry has welcomed a Federal Government AusIndustry grant worth almost $830,000 which will go towards delivery of Australia’s first industry-wide audience measurement system for outdoor advertising.

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Plas Image expands its facilities

For the second time since starting business seven years ago Plas Image has found the need to expand its warehouse and distribution facilities to keep up with its rapid growth. With the recent acquisition of the adjoining warehouse at its Frenchs Forest base in Sydney, Plas Image will be doubling its facilities overnight on the 1st October.

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Kornit Digital launches Kornit 933 at SGIA 2007

Kornit Digital has announced the launch of the new Kornit933 – a digital add-on station for screen printing carousels, designed to enable screen printers to combine printing techniques and create multiple innovative printing applications using traditional screen printing methods together with Kornit's digital D.O.G Printing, all in one built-in printing module!

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Mutoh launches it's new Blizzard series

Mutoh has announced a new line of high-performance variable drop mild-solvent printers, called Blizzard series. These new printers offer impeccable production output quality up to 40 m²/h and top speeds up to 80 m²/h.

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HP acquires MacDermid ColorSpan Inc.

HP has announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire MacDermid ColorSpan Inc., a manufacturer of wide-format digital inkjet printers, from MacDermid Printing Solutions LLC, a subsidiary of privately held MacDermid Incorporated, which is based in Denver.

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New direct-to-textile and dye sub machine hits US market

PrintVillage, Inc and its subsidiary, US Sublimation have introduced the Velotex series of wide format direct-to-textile inkjet printers for direct fabric printing with one-step curing using dye sublimation or aqueous textile pigment inks. Velotex prints and sublimates without the need for a heat press and allows for production speeds of up to 581 square feet per hour of printed fabric at 540-by-720 dpi, making it the fastest high quality direct-to-textile printer in its class.  It is unknown at this stage whether the machine will be available in the ANZ region.

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