Fujifilm Dimatix - the world's leading developer of inkjet printheads for commercial and industrial printing - has signed an agreement with UK-based Meteor Inkjet for the supply of electronics and software to drive new Fujifilm SG600 printheads.
Mimaki’s new TS55-1800, a 76.3-inch (193.8cm) dye-sublimation transfer inkjet printer that offers low running costs, high productivity and unattended continuous printing, has arrived in Sydney a couple of weeks after its official launch in Europe.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS PRODUCT IS FROM MACTAC AMERICAS (A LINTEC COMPANY) AND NOT FROM MACTAC (EUROPE), CHECK AVAILABILITY IN YOUR REGION
Erebus Penrite Racing unveiled a new limited edition livery at Sunday's Bathurst 1000 for its two Holden Commodores - driven by defending champions David Reynolds and Luke Youlden, as well as rookie pairing Anton De Pasquale and Will Brown. Reynolds led for most of the race but suffered fatigue and cramping that allowed eventual winner Craig Lowndes to overtake him - but the TV cameras still loved the beautifully wrapped Erebus Penrite machine!
Japanese-based manufacturer RISO demonstrated its new T2 twin-engine cut sheet production inkjet platform at Chicago’s PRINT18 last week. Looks like another tilt at toner-based systems?
I’m pleased to present the first issue of wideformatonline.com newsletter with myself as publisher. Retiring publisher Brian Stickland again deserves a huge pat on the back for his service to the industry after thirteen years of continuous news, views, features and promotion in the signage, display, POS, outdoor, exhibition and digital label sectors. Brian is a pioneer in online media for the industry and I intend to build on his legacy as best I can.
DS Labels of Marrickville, Sydney, label press manufacturer Screen GP and supplier Jet Technologies are delighted to celebrate the awarding of TAFE Certificate III to Aaron George, who is legally blind and hearing impaired.
Spicers Limited, the leading paper merchant and supplier of hardware, software and consumables to the wide format, signage and display industry, has sold its Asian paper businesses to global giant Japan Pulp & Paper company (JPP) for SGD 15 million ($A15.2m).
Singleton Moore Signs (SMS), which has facilities in Sydney and Melbourne, has installed more than 400 signs as part of the NSW government's new Station Link construction project in Sydney.
With the growth in trade shows targeting specific sectors of the graphics industry, such as Labelexpos and FESPAs, more Australians and New Zealanders are attending the larger ones in order to learn about trends and technologies directly relevant to their businesses.
Jet Technologies director Jack Malki will host a series of briefings this month providing latest information on applications for Narrow Web & Labelling.