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Output announces recruitment site for the industry

Output announces recruitment site for the industryNEWS: Looking to address the need for an easier path into the print, publishing and display industries, Output has unveiled a new job site designed to make it easier for recruiters and workers alike.

Delta Group increases volume with Durst Rho and Rhotex purchases

Delta Group increases volume with Durst Rho and Rhotex purchases

NEWS: The Delta Group has added two engines to its 87-strong portfolio of wide-format print machinery, bolstering its in-house capabilities and expanding its range of services.

Anderson 'pleased to lead' Xennia as new managing director

Anderson 'pleased to lead' Xennia as new managing director

NEWS: John Anderson has joined Xennia Technology as managing director in an effort by the board to boost sales of the company's ink-jet technology products world-wide.

'Printing industry has lost a great champion': BPIF announces chief executive Kathy Woodward has passed away

NEWS: The British Printing Industries Federation (BPIF) has announced the passing of its chief executive Kathy Woodward.

Clear Channel UK assigns Smith as agency director

NEWS: Clear Channel UK has chosen Mark Smith as its new agency director.

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I-Sub Digital hits market with cheaper Mimaki with free Digi-Foil system

I-Sub is offering its customers the Mimaki UJF-3042HG at a reduced price of £24,995 with its Digi-foil system included gratis.

Highcon adds Esko DFE to Euclid machines under OEM agreement

Esko has agreed an OEM partnership for Highcon to distribute and install Esko's CAD digital front-end (DFE) on its Euclid digital cutting and creasing machines.

Norwegian broadcaster adds first SiliconCore anti-moiré LED videowall to studio

The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation has seen the installation of a high-resolution LED videowall with an anti-moiré filter.

Rugged, thin fanless media player for challenging environments announced by AOpen

AOpen has released a fanless 25mm thick media player, designed to operate without issues in dusty environments or on moving vehicles.

Forrest Media adds Glasgow OOH site to portfolio with The Big Two

Forrest Media has unveiled a 658sq m out-of-home site in Glasgow, dubbed 'The Big Two'.

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MultiTouch to showcase bespoke MultiTaction application at Integrate Expo

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Pantoon distribution deal opens Belgian, Luxembourg market for Screen

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Antalis and Procos add sustainability and style to Packaging Innovations official show bag

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Fastsigns franchise looks to EFI to boost flat-bed productivity

PRODUCT PROFILES

Mimaki TS34-1800A: dye-sublimation transfer printer

Hybrid Services gives an in-depth exploration of the recently launched TS34-1800A, a 1.9m dye-sublimation wide-format production printer.

Road test: the Fujifilm Acuity LED 1600

The lower ranks of the UV-curable market might be well served with printers but Fujifilm's addition brings some advanced features into a sensibly priced engine.

Onyx Thrive

ArtSystems profiles Onyx Thrive, the workflow software RIP that provides a scalable print production solution based on the Adobe PDF Print Engine (APPE).

Road test: EFI R3225

In her latest road test, Sophie Matthews-Paul tries out the EFI R3225 3.2m wide-format printer.

Product Profile

Mimaki JV33

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Dynamax digitalsignage.net

Product Profile

Dynamax POVng

LATEST COMMENTS

Five free modeling software packages for 3D printing

sandy: We are into architectural rendering,what do you think which software should we use for 3D printing ?

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InPrint 2014: top ten (or eleven) accolades from the Output team

Kirsty Inman: Excellent summary of the top 10 #InPrint2014 accolades. Thank you for our mention. Glad you liked the costumes. We will be putting some photos on our website for those of you who didn't see the IMI Europe team at the show. www.imieurope.com

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Australian acquisitions strengthens Spandex's regional offering

William Bell: I wouldn't believe a single utterance by this high achieving Scotsman. While I admire the man I wouldn't trust him as far as I could throw him. He is the ultimate Machiavellian businessman. Who are Gilde by the way? A shadowy private equity firm with almost no detailed background information to be found on the Internet. I am wondering if money laundering is behind this whole transaction.

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The value of exhibitions – for exhibitors and visitors

Ryan Legge: I think there's a growing perception that printed materials and the value of them and exhibition displays or trade-shows is reducing as digital media takes off, and that's a difficult thing to overcome, certainly for newer businesses that don't necessarily have experience to back up their perceptions. Encouraging people to engage with new business experiences that will have an initial outlay cost but not necessarily a guaranteed ROI is always going to be difficult. I agree with your sentiment "need to work harder to attract newcomers from outside" but wonder how you would suggest achieving this?

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EEF announces conference amid reports of wage increases

The manufacturers' organisation, EEF, has revealed an upsurge in wages in the six months from February to July 2014.

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FEATURES

Output Calendar 2014: dates for your diary

Output's own events calendar for the sign-making, digital signage, wide-format print and production print industries.

One Blipp to rule them all: how Blippar expects to dominate AR with Layar acquisition

Blippar's takeover of Layar is a development that looks set to change the face of the AR market. Ben McCabe analyses the deal.

Every day is a signage day: first impressions of the display industry

Dara Jegede gives her first thoughts on the ubiquitous nature of visual communications in society.

OPINION

The future is with the young: the Verdigris blog

It is important to remind the younger generation of the tangible – and environmental – benefits of print, writes Laurel Brunner.

Tracking those carbon footprints: the Verdigris blog

Following an update on the ISO TS 14067 specification on carbon foot-printing, Laurel Brunner reflects on why it should be published as a fully-fledged standard.

Fresh thinking: the Verdigris blog

Standards development and tackling environmental issues should be a collective effort from both the old and young people in the print industry, says Laurel Brunner

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