Bannershop, owner of two HP TurboJet 8500 roll to sheet machines have upgraded their latest machine to include a Double-sided Upgrade Attachment.
Ergonomics is widely recognized as important for employee safety and production efficiency. With this in mind GBC’s engineers have designed a mounting and laminating machine with swing out shafts to easy load and unload films and finished rolls.
Ilford has announced its participation at this year’s Photokina in Cologne, Germany where it will launch new and improved Galorie and Omnijet ranges.
On Tuesday, 23rd September at 9am through to 1pm, ASGA is presenting a workshop that will enable attendees to gain this valuable card at a discounted price for ASGA members. Lunch will be included as well.
IDS recently exibited at Sydney's Retail Expo and launched three new products, Lumaline, Promodek and Procedes Chenel.
Gather new ideas, enhance your knowledge and be inspired by attending a 1½ hour Avery Graphics industry workshop in either Christchurch, Wellington or Auckland in mid September.
Mikkelsen Graphic Engineering (MGE) is the developer of the patented i-cut vision system. Its i-script workflow has become the de-facto international standard through its integration into the RIPs of all major digital flatbed presses.
Applications are now being received for the 2009 GAMAA Leadership Programme - Scholarships.
Clegg Media, the Brisbane based one stop shop for ‘out of home print products’ who specialise in servicing the advertising industry with a full range of outdoor advertising products, and point of sale material, has launched their large format 3D lenticular printing service by investing in the HumanEyes Producer 3D technology, which will complement their Gandi JetI 1224UV Flatbed.
Océ is introducing a new icon to underline its commitment to sustainability. The icon, which will appear on the packaging of supplies and consumables as well as on Océ's printing systems, refers to Océ's new sustainability website on which relevant environment-related information can be found.
The Victoria branch of The Printing Industries Association of Australia are organising two valuable seminars on the 17th and 18th of September to which all are invited. The Breakfast session on the 17th is entitled "Maximising Employee Effectiveness" and the lunch session on the 18th is entitled "Economic conditions and prospects for the Australian economy and the printing industry".