HP Inc. has announced new HP PageWide XL printers with sharp, up to 70 percent faster output, enabling technical production providers to grow AEC volume and expand business in colour applications with the market-leading HP PageWide XL printer portfolio.
Well known wide format specialist Russell Cavenagh has joined Mutoh Australia in the role of General Manager.
Canon Australia launched a new line-up of large format printers, with the imagePROGRAF TX Series and imagePROGRAF PRO-6000 hitting Australian shores in February 2018.
Hexis has just released their new Dichronic Effect Film, Miami.
The HVG Graphics Media sponsored The Boat Works Racing BMW M4 GT4 of Tony Longhurst, Aaron Seton and Matthew Brabham claimed Class C victory at the Bathurst 12 Hour Endurance race on Sunday February 4.
The new GMG ProofControl 2.4 now supports the digital standard Fogra PSD. The templates for print standards, which can now be created individually, make it possible to individually adjust the proof verification solution even more effectively.
Epson has been listed among the 2017 Top 100 Global Innovators announced by Clarivate Analytics. Epson has been named to the list every year since its inception in 2011.
Neenah Wide Format expands its best-selling Neenah conVerd line with the introduction of conVerd Zebra Board and conVerd Tuxedo Board.
Agfa Graphics is expanding its wide-format hybrid Anapurna LED series for sign and display professionals with a new 1.65 m-wide hybrid printer – the Anapurna H1650i LED.
LexJet InFuze dye-sublimation transfer papers have been developed with a proprietary microporous ink-receptive coating.
HP DesignJet T1700 printers, the next-generation 111.7cm (44 inch) solution for CAD and geographic information system (GIS) workgroups, produce highly accurate documents and maps with powerful processing and a new level of security.
Roland DG Australia, has released dates for VersaWorks: Beyond the Basics, the Roland DG Academy training course for 2018.
FESPA has published the framework programme for the Trends Theatre at FESPA Global Print Expo 2018, which takes place from 15 – 18 May 2018 at Messe Berlin, Germany.
British Printing Industries Federation (BPIF) has launched a new and improved Colour Quality Management Certification Scheme
On 30 January, version three of the newly titled BPIF Colour Quality Management Certification Scheme is being launched at the St Bride Foundation in London. The new scheme has been simplified to enable more companies to demonstrate their commitment to excellence in colour management. The launch results from feedback from all interested parties since the first publishing in 2010 of the ISO 12647 Colour Management Certification Scheme.
As reported by WFOL last week, Wide-format solution specialist Caldera has announced the release of the latest upgrade of its market-leading RIP software.
Fujifilm has purchased a majority stake in Xerox for US$6.1bn to create an US$18bn mega business, with New Fuji Xerox as it will be called now 50.1 per cent owned by Fujifilm.
The latest addition to Fujifilm’s Acuity range offers customers a flexible, lower cost alternative to its successful Acuity LED 1600 II printer
A representative for Research and Marketing (R&M), advised WFOL “The increasing demand for large format printing in the textile, advertising, and packaging industries and the rising adoption of UV curable inks in outdoor advertising, CAD, and technical printing applications drives the growth of the large format printer market”
SA International (SAI) has launched its new Flexi-powered software for the digital printing of traffic signage in collaboration with substrate specialist 3M.
SA International (SAi), will use ISA International Sign Expo (March 22-24, Orlando, FL – booth 2417) to demonstrate to print providers and sign & display companies relaunched SIGN.com.
Roland DG Corporation, announced its Global SE Awards 2018 competition to be held at its Hamamatsu Japan headquarters from April 23 to 25, 2018 for service engineers (SEs) engaged in the repair and maintenance of Roland DG products.