This online magazine was recently sent a question and answer on the complex problem of falling foul of the minefield of legislation covering the subject of employing people.
I asked the two people involved if I could publish the correspondence with a view to assisting those in our industry that may be contemplating employing people. They replied in the affirmative.
Family-owned WA signage company Kingman Visual has won three golds, a silver and two bronze medals at this year’s glittering ASGA/SGIAA awards night held at Sydney Olympic Park during Visual Impact. The People’s Choice award went to Sydney vehicle signage business Liberty Signs, and Stuart McNaught won gold in the Young Star Awards.
Automating signage and display workflow is becoming increasingly necessary as the industry grows and matures. Sometimes the cost or learning curve put smaller shops off of automating but, at Visual Impact on the Kayell stand, we caught up with an old friend from Singapore, Ivan Khoo, now director of a company called PrintFactory who offers a complete production suite that is easy to use, inexpensive and a real time-saver for those mundane repetitive tasks.
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. has announced the commercial launch of the AccurioWide 160 and AccurioWide 200 wide format printers, both of which employ a hybrid technology platform that can print on most types of roll-to-roll, flexible roll and rigid media.
Big Fat Smile, The Nature School Primary, Ocean Crusaders and Rainforest Rescue voted as Australia’s top picks across Community, Environment and Education categories
Just five days after their collaboration with Rochambeau and Aaron Curry at the New Museum, NYC, Avery Dennison and Outernets partner again to create the “future of window shopping” experience, to be revealed at Shop.org in Las Vegas.
The show preparation inside the Sydney Showground might have had the team from Océ Australia working into the night, but it’s been worth the effort, with the company taking out Best Stand at the Visual Impact exhibition and visitors flocking to stand D17 from the show’s opening this morning.
The HP Service Manager for the Asia Pacific region including, Japan, Australia and New Zealand, Costi Shaul has announced that Celmac is the highest rated channel partner for HP products in the South Pacific region.
A new study from HP Australia and Planet Ark, released today, found that while over 90% of Australian consumers and businesses are concerned about environmental sustainability, only half believe they are doing their fair share to protect the planet.
Among the latest materials science innovations from Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions is a PVC-free wrapping film designed to cover a vast range of different applications.
NUtec Digital Ink has announced the release of its latest UV-curable ink optimised for the Mimaki JFX Series printers.
SAi Partners with Avery Dennison to develop specialised RIP Software for New TrafficJet Printing System
SA International (SAi) has partnered with Avery Dennison to develop specialised software for the company’s TrafficJet Print System. The FlexiSIGN & PRINT Avery Dennison TrafficJet™ and FlexiPRINT Avery Dennison TrafficJet™ software will feature on the new system, which is designed to allow the production of certified output for the highly-regulated global traffic signage market.
Jetmark will showcase live demonstrations of the finest in sustainable and green digital printing solutions for all signage and advertising needs at Stand No. B22 at Visual Impact Sydney 2018.
Ian Parsonson, MD of Hexis Australia told Wide Format Online that Hexis Australia had a pile of entries for their design competition with some very interesting and amazing ideas.
Canon U.S.A., Inc., has announced the launch of the new Océ ColorWave 3000 series of large-format color printing systems. These next generation printers are being launched on the heels of the announcement made earlier this year that over 10,000 Océ ColorWave printers, powered by this technology, have been installed worldwide.
Condé Systems has introduced exterior grade aluminum building signage to its DyeTrans family of sublimatable products.
Visitors to Visual Impact in Sydney next week will not only be the first in Australia to see the company’s latest release on debut, but also have the opportunity to see two other leading products which have just taken out awards at the US SGIA expo.
The self-adhesive film WrapTheHouse DFP 45 is known as rugged, weather-resistant and residue free removable film for short- and medium-term outdoor use. These characteristics made the digitally printable film the ideal solution for an artwork by artists Silvia Wienefoet and Ralph Walczyk at the fortress Wilhelmsburg in Ulm, Germany.
HP will feature its latest wide-format Latex R-Series at next week’s Visual Impact show in Sydney, giving visitors the country’s first look at “the first hybrid solution for rigid and flexible sign and display printing in one device."
Avery Dennison Corporation has signed a three-year deal with Ocean Recovery Alliance, founders of the Plasticity Forum, as part of the Plasticity Partner Program.