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"My mind is blown": Fingerprint wins Wrap Like A King ANZ

Tasmanian signage business Fingerprint Signs has won the Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions Australia and New Zealand “Wrap Like A King” title for vehicle graphics installers and will compete in the world finals later this month in Las Vegas.

World-first Zünd tools rental program from Starleaton

Starleaton has launched a ground-breaking Zünd rental program, which has already attracted a “massive response” from customers in Australia and New Zealand as well gaining the attention of Zünd Systemtechnik headquarters in Switzerland.

‘End of Inkjet Evolution, time for Revolution' – TheIJC opens

The 5th annual Inkjet Conference (TheIJC) - the world’s leading platform for inkjet engineering and chemistry – is underway in Düsseldorf, Germany, with over 500 participants from 28 countries - including Australia - and 150 companies and academic institutes gathered to hear about latest research developments and product launches.

Finalists named in Konica Minolta Specialised Print Awards

Imagination Graphics (NSW), Revolution Print (VIC), Tennyson Group (QLD), Whoyou Creative (SA), Tako Print Solutions (WA) and Elect Printing (ACT) are the finalists in this year’s Konica Minolta National Specialised Print Awards (NSPA), which attracted a record number of entries.

NZSDA boosts Signee program with new training officer

New Zealand's largest sign and display industry group NZSDA has appointed graphic design specialist Carol King as its new training and communications officer to lead a new training initiative called Signee – Education to Employment.

Ink specialist Jason Jones joins Jet Technologies NZ

South African ink maker Jason Jones has been appointed as Jet Technologies’ resident ink and print specialist in New Zealand. The company's Innovation Series roadshow kicks off in Auckland on Monday before travelling to Sydney and Melbourne.

Epson’s evolution continues - Andy McCourt

The ‘Evolution’ of Epson from a manufacturer of point-of-sale receipt printers to today’s graphic imaging behemoth is a tale of persistence, innovation and smart decisions. While at last week’s ‘Evolution through Innovation’ presentation at ritzy Otto restaurant, Sydney, a lightbulb moment hit me, when I saw the speed and image quality of the scans from the new FF 680W photo scanner. Photo scanners are not new but this one scans a 300dpi image every second in batches of up to 36.

Grandfather inspires ASGA Young Stars winner

Stuart McNaught, the Young Stars gold medallist in this year’s ASGA/SGIAA awards, says his winning entry Tooths KB Lager will be gifted to his grandfather, who helped to inspire the design.

Arizona changes continents, now made in Europe

Canon has announced a major expansion of its manufacturing facility near Munich, Germany as it pushes ahead with plans to transfer the manufacturing of Océ Arizona flatbed printers from Vancouver, Canada. Andy McCourt takes a closer look at the move. 

Fujifilm Dimatix inks printhead software deal with Meteor

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 TS-55 dye-sub inkjet printer arrives in Australia

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.

Roland DG announces Explore Africa contest 

The winner of Roland DG’s global “Discover Roland, Explore Africa” contest will hit the jackpot with an all-expenses paid, luxury African sight-seeing safari for two, including airfares, accommodation, meals and guided tours. 

New PPG/Metamark look for defending champions at Bathurst

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!

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