Melbourne’s Exotic Graphix handled the design process from start to finish on the new Tesla Model X that joins the Victoria Police Highway Patrol Command as part of a feasibility study into electric cars.
Fuji Xerox NZ managing director Peter Thomas has confirmed that Japanese parent Fuji Xerox was considering selling its New Zealand subsidiary earlier this year before the government lifted the company's suspension from government printing contracts, according to a report in The New Zealand Herald.
The Australian Sign & Graphics Association, which held nationwide meetings to address concerns over new building code legislation relating to ACM cladding, says supplier companies are now providing fire-test results on substrate products to its members.
Digital print tech giant Ricoh has announced Ricoh Intelligent Voice Control, the result of a partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and its Alexa for Business voice-activated virtual assistant. The new platform is already helping visually impaired students to operate Ricoh’s multifunction printers. Ricoh says “future innovation is anticipated.”
Summa nv, a leading supplier of cutting, finishing and laser cutting solutions, will demonstrate the "exceptional high productivity" of its L1810 laser cutter at the ITMA 2019 textiles printing show in Barcelona, Spain.
Over 60 speakers from the world’s leading industry players and academic centres will present their research on core inkjet technologies during the 6th European edition of the TheIJC (The Inkjet Conference) on 29-30th October 2019 at Crowne Plaza Düsseldorf.
drupa 2020 will once again include a touchpoint 3D fab+print program and, for the first time, the VDMA Additive Manufacturing Association will be responsible for content design and implementation of a ten-day lecture series at the world's leading trade fair for the printing, media and packaging industry.
More than 120,000 visitors will join 1,700 exhibitors including manufacturers Mimaki, EFI Reggiani and Kornit Digital at this month’s ITMA, the trendsetting textile and garment technology show that runs 20-26 June in Barcelona, Spain.
The new PP wall-grip is Neschen Coating’s latest addition to its Green Wall product portfolio. Besides its water-based adhesive, it‘s also one of the rare PVC-free, self-adhesive wall graphics products on the market.
The Ghent Workgroup (GWG), a global body of Industry associations, suppliers and educators, has begun a public beta test of its new preflight specification that is aimed at improving quality control for sign and display printers.
Enfocus, the leader in PDF quality control and workflow automation for the graphic arts industry, says its new Switch 2019 Spring software includes a Remote Process Element.
Andy McCourt met with former Lindsay Yates Group Directors to clear the air over their former company’s fate following the 2017 acquisition by Whirlwind.
Local authorities are increasing their inspections and ordering removal of flammable ACM cladding from apartment buildings. This signage-grade PE-cored version of ACM is not suitable for building exterior architectural use.
Respected wide format industry veteran Alex McClelland has joined Orafol Australia as Managing Director, from this week. He was formerly General Manager at Mulford Plastics and prior to that, spent fifteen years in charge of Spandex Asia-Pacific.
Passionate industry advocate and recruiter James Cryer gave up a slice of his time to network with students at Forest High School on Sydney's Northern Beaches, about careers in Print and Signage. Here’s his report:
Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions has opened submissions for its annual Wrap Like A King Challenge, with wrap installers from 53 countries invited to submit commercial, full print or colour change wrap projects for the chance to win thousands of dollars in prizes.
“A major study like this will provide undeniable proof about how both traditional and digital signs impact on audiences,” says Peter Pynta, director of research firm Neuro-Insight which will conduct the study.
Rising gas prices on Australia’s east coast are forcing companies out of business and the situation could get worse without immediate action, according Rod Sims, chairman of the Australia Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC).
Epson Australia will showcase latest technologies including laser projectors, PrecisionCore inkjet business printers and new smart glasses under its theme Future Technology for the Future Generation at this year’s EduTECH exhibition from 6-7 June at the ICC in Darling Harbour, Sydney.
Over 100 guests were on hand to explore Océ Australia’s new Customer Experience Centre which opened this week at its head office in Clayton, Melbourne.