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iMedia snapped up by PaperlinX

PaperlinX Merchanting continues its foray into new and emerging print markets with its acquisition of iMedia Imaging Supplies, one of Australia’s leading suppliers to the large format digital printing industry.

Industry suppliers join forces

“Local Sales, Local Service and Local Support” is the philosophy behind three of the sign industry’s most experienced suppliers.  Project Engraving and Digital, (Sydney and Perth), iMedia Imaging Supplies (Melbourne), and Sign Essentials (Brisbane) have joined forces to provide the local touch right across the country! 

Sun Chemical's new bulk ink system at SGIA '07

Amongst the many other product launches from Sun Chemical at SGIA '07, the company announced the new Streamline S-Tech, SCP and SCP Plus, digital bulk ink feed systems for wide format Mimaki JV3 solvent ink printers, Seiko Color Painter 64/100 printers, HP 9000/1000 printers, and the Océ 6060/6100 printers.

Inkski appoints Director of Business Development

UK inkjet research and development company ,Inkski, has appointed Bryan Palphreyman as Director of Business Development to drive their innovative inkjet technology to market. Palphreyman, former Business Development Manager at printhead manufacturer Xaar where he developed early applications for their 1001/HSS platform, began his involvement in inkjet back in the early 90’s at Willett (now Videojet), and will take immediate responsibility for developing licensing and strategic partnerships for the company.

HP announce their new Scitex additions at SGIA Expo 07

HP used the SGIA show in Orlando, Florida to announce their new HP Scitex XL2200 Super Wide Format Industrial Printer featuring the new HP Scitex X2 printhead technology as well as the new HP Scitex TJ8300/8500 Double Sided Upgrade which they say further extends HPs Print 2.0 strategy by empowering print service providers (PSPs) to address diverse markets and target new, high margin applications.

Inca introduce new 6 colour Columbia Turbo Plus flatbed at SGIA '07

Inca Digital has reinforced their commitment to development and flexibility by launching the Columbia Turbo Plus printer.  The new model incorporates two additional print modules that increase the total number of print heads to 96 compared to 64 on a four color Columbia Turbo. The extra printheads enable the Columbia Turbo Plus to incorporate white or two additional colors which can be selected from light cyan and light magenta as well as green, orange or violet.

Océ Arizona 250 GT wins overseas industry awards

The Océ Arizona 250 GT UV-cured flatbed printer won top honours in the recent Innovation Awards at the Viscom International Trade Fair in Germany, being described by judges as “a truly innovative product”.

New Inspiration from NUR

NUR Macroprinters will be presenting their advanced NUR Expedio Inspiration at SGIA 2007.

Large-format Touch Screens from 3M Target Interactive Digital Signage Applications

3M Touch Systems has announced the expanded product offering of MicroTouch DST touch screens for large-format interactive digital signage (IDS) applications in popular 32”, 40”, 42” and 46” screen sizes. Based on 3M’s patented Dispersive Signal Technology (DST), MicroTouch DST touch screens offer an ideal solution for large-format interactive applications that require fast, accurate, reliable touch response. Other unique features include operation unaffected by surface contaminants and “dynamic touch”, which ignores static objects on the screen and allows for multi-user touch capabilities.

MacDermid Autotype Release of Autotype Delta II

Good news for those who are still processing film. MacDermid Autotype, has released its latest offering of Autotype Delta II, a low-cost, double-sided, frosted film that can be imaged on either side in a laser printer.

New GUI system from Gandinnovations

Gandinnovations has improved its Graphic User Interface (GUI); now, they claim, operators can access a faster and more powerful program that will quickly and easily, drag and drop, as well as manipulate and manage artwork files.

DPW (Digital Print World) opens in London today

With the 2007 Australian and New Zealand exhibition season for the graphics industry at a close, it is still going strong in the US and Europe. Digital Print World opens at Earls Court in London today and promises to be one of the best ever.