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Onyx Graphics announces newest version release ONYX 21.1

Building on ONYX 21 with new PDF soft proof and print label functionality, the new version is automatically included with  Onyx Go subscription customers and by request to all Onyx Advantage users, with others paying a license upgrade fee.

Total Image Supplies Mutoh Demo Days are on again this week

Following its postponement from early June, due to the Melbourne lockdown, Total Image Supplies is wasting no time in raising confidence for the Sign industry and will host the Mutoh Demo Days this Thursday and Friday, 17th and 18th June at its Fairfield, Melbourne premises

EFI Reggiani introduces entry-level BLAZE textile printer

The new industrial entry-level EFI Reggiani BLAZE scanning printer is making its debut at the ITMA Asia tradeshow, 12-16 June in Shanghai, China. The 1.8-metre wide printer offers an innovative recirculation ink system.

WiP Gender communication gap – the video

The Real Media Collective (TRMC) has released the video of last week’s popular webinar on ‘Bridging the Gender Communication Gap’ - hosted by Ball & Doggett’s business development manager Zaidee Jackson.

Avinci CX3200 drives Agfa’s expansion into soft signage

The new Agfa Avinci CX3200, a dye-sublimation roll-to-roll printer that can print either directly to textile or on transfer paper, is being launched in a virtual event later this month. “The market demand for soft signage keeps growing."

Fuji Xerox - v - Whittaker, Bell, EY & Lang back in court next week

It's a highly complex case that is dragging on and on but in a critical move, the Court has ordered discovery of documents, emails and other materials going back to 2015. This is effectively a subpoening of all records cited and most of the documents and emails will have to be discovered by Fujifilm, who no longer trade as Fuji Xerox. The list names names that reads like a 'who's who' of FXA and Fujifilm senior management over the past six years.

Fujifilm refused to pay ransomware demand

Fujifilm refused to pay a ransom demand to hackers who broke into one of its networks and forced the company to shut down some of its systems, according to a tech news site. The print giant reportedly used its backup systems to restore global operations.

Liquidation auction of iconic Wetton Sign Group's assets

For over 40 years, Brookvale, NSW based Wetton Signage Group has provided excellent service to Northern Beaches clients and beyond. Particularly strong in marine and yachting boat livery, Wetton was also a great all-rounder in retail, automotive and industrial. It's very sad to see this great and reputable business close down and sell off all its equipment. We wish the owners and all former staff all the best.

HP webinar on White Latex Ink

Registration is open for HP Large Format Academy’s new webinar on HP White Latex Ink, which will include a live white ink printing demonstration and a range of printed samples.

oOh! backs free mobile laundry service for homeless

Outdoor advertiser oOh!media is supporting an End of Financial Year fundraising campaign by the charity Orange Sky - the world’s first free mobile laundry service for people experiencing homelessness, providing access to free laundry and shower services across the country.

Gender Communication Gap: Thursday’s WiP webinar

Last chance to register for today's (Thursday 10th June 3pm AEST) Women in Print webinar, 'Bridging the Gender Communication Gap', featuring Zaidee Jackson with panellists Debbie Burgess, Bright Print Group, Katie Ashford, Ovato Limited, Kelsey Wade, PrintDNA and Kellie Northwood, The Real Media Collective.

JOB of the week - CSR with Next Printing, Sydney

Next Printing of Sydney is one of Australia's most dymanic wide format, creative and labels printers. Equipped with the latest and best equipment and systems, managing its rapid growth is critical. Next is looking for a switched-on Customer Service Representative who can create job tickets, send quotes and follow-up. Could this be you?

CEO Slaven exits as Ovato sells off Retail Distribution & Marketing units

Chief operating officer James Hannan has been appointed new CEO & managing director of the region’s biggest printer Ovato - replacing Kevin Slaven - and the ASX-listed company is selling off its Retail Distribution and Marketing Services businesses  to “bring its focus back on print.”

Fujifilm confirms ransomware attack confined to Japan

Fujifilm Corporation is bringing its networks, servers and computers back into operation after confirming a ransomware attack on one of its networks in Japan. There’s no indication whether Fujifilm has paid any ransom to the hackers.

Who Gives a Crap: Best of Outdoor in May

Australian sustainable toilet paper brand Who Gives a Crap features in this month’s Outdoor Media Association's (OMA) selection of innovative local and international Out of Home (OOH) campaigns. Artist David Hockney's two-and-a-half minute animated video of the sunrise was also recognised.