Bay of Plenty business Textiles Alive picked up the Gold Award for their NZ Lotteries Big Winners Neptune Flag, at the New Zealand Pride in Print Awards held in Auckland on 16 May.
Kornit Digital, well known in the world of garment decorating, has announced a partnership with Jettable, a pioneer in pigmented ceramic inks and inkjet systems for tile decoration.
The Hewlett-Packard Company Foundation today announced that it has committed $500,000 to the American Red Cross International Relief Fund in partnership with the Red Cross Society of China for aid in the aftermath of the earthquake that devastated the country’s Sichuan Province.
The Rho SP 60 (Single Pass) is an industrial inkjet printer capable of printing at speeds up to 35 m/min in CMYK on a range of different materials including, cork, MDF, ceramic tiles, cardboard for packaging, plaster ceiling panels, plastics, and many more, up to a thickness of 3 mm and a width of 63 cm.
UK's Madico Graphic Films, has launched a dedicated website to promote the numerous attributes and revenue-enhancing opportunities offered by its range of UV, and eco-solvent inkjet and thermal transfer printable window films.
InfoTrends has released an insightful report entitled Selling Wide Format that provides vital information for anyone selling wide format printing.
Roland DG, with the support of Professional Advantage, Avery Graphics, Graphic Art Mart, HMH Australia, Visual Industries Suppliers Association, Conect Enterprises, Yarhamville, Sign Essentials, Superfish Holdings, Andrew Ireland, and Camarg, have donated a bus to The House With No Steps Transition to Work program.
Mellow Colour Ltd., represented here by DES will release at Drupa 08 the latest version of the popular PrintSpec ISO 12647 colour quality control & verification software, as well as a free of charge FlashPrintSpec version, dedicated to Print Buyers.
GAMAA (the Graphic Arts Merchants Association of Australia) are running a repeat of this popular one day workshop, so if you missed out on this workshop in April, don’t worry, Branding for Corporate Success will be presented in Sydney on 4th July, but places are strictly limited.
GBC will be making an unprecedented Guiness World Record Attempt at officially establishing the world's fastest laminator on their stand at Drupa 08.
At Drupa 2008, Epson, together with its industry partners, will showcase new technologies that will enable it to move into new, vertical sectors whilst maintaining a leading position in the traditional large format printer market.
Pikicentral is a new web based service designed to help garment printers and any other type of printer that holds stock of a finished product improve sales.
KIP are claiming that their Color 80 machine is the world's first and only wide format LED toner based printer.
Caldera, the French leading software editor specialising in large format printing solutions and Pantone, Inc., have announced a license agreement to integrate industry standard Colour Libraries in all of Caldera’s software.
CBS Outdoor in the UK is leading the way in outdoor media with the launch of a new green initiative.
To coincide with yet another record readership of 10680 in April, Wide Format Online magazine has gone through an upgrade which bodes well for the magazine's large following.
FESPA’s second Digital Printing Europe exhibition, which took place from 1st to 3rd April 2008 at Geneva’s Palexpo exhibition centre, attracted an increasingly diverse international audience, including a significant number of screen and digital wide format printers from Asia-Pacific, looking to explore the latest innovations in the sector.
Océ has announced the launch of a new printing technology called Océ CrystalPoint. They claim it combines the best of both toner and inkjet.
FESPA’s first ever Digital Textile Conference (31st March to 1st April 2008), held in parallel with FESPA Digital Printing Europe 2008, attracted a variety of quality printers, recognised manufacturers, and entrepreneurs interested in entering the fast-growing textile sector.
Creasing and folding large wide format plans as they come off the printer has been a time-consuming chore for architects, engineers and builders for years.
Sean Carey, managing director of Ricci Signs Australia, is a young man brimming with enthusiasm. He’s enthusiastic about his employees’ ambitious creativity and about the future of his business, which has grown well over the last eight years with an expanding portfolio of print projects from large retail and construction corporations.