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PrintMax to sell Mimaki alongside Roland in surprise move

PrintMax to sell Mimaki alongside Roland in surprise moveNEWS: PrintMax will now offer products from the Mimaki wide-format printer range alongside machinery from direct competitor Roland DG, in an unexpected move which makes it one of only two resellers in the country to sell the brands in tandem. The focus will be on Mimaki's 'industrial' lines, such as the JFX, UJF and UJV.

I-Sub Digital open days to showcase additions to the Mimaki range

I-Sub Digital open days to showcase additions to the Mimaki range

NEWS: Two October open days have been announced by i-Sub Digital, giving visitors the chance to see its updated range of Mimaki machines up close.

ZMorph expands across Europe as it looks to push multi-purpose 3D printer

ZMorph expands across Europe as it looks to push multi-purpose 3D printer

NEWS: ZMorph is greatly increasing the availability of its 3D printing offering in Europe by moving into six new territories.

PressOn welcomes new project manager Lake

NEWS: PressOn has announced the instatement of Nick Lake in a special project manager role, responding to its expanding business opportunities.

Low-migration inks for healthcare and retail launched by SPGPrints at Labelexpo Americas

NEWS: SPGPrints has announced a line of low-migration UV-curable inks for use in food an pharmaceutical packaging at Labelexpo Americas.

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CWE announces further HP Latex roadshow dates in Bristol

Following its July open days in Scotland, CWE has announced that it will host two further open days in Bristol.

Kingfisher chooses Kodak as it moves from litho to digital

Kingfisher Print has chosen to install a Kodak Nexpress as it moves into digital ink-jet production for the first time.

Kinetic launches geo-targeted taxi ads to promote Saatchi Gallery exhibition

A geo-targeted advertising campaign across VeriFone Media's London taxi network is to promote The Times 'Newseum' exhibition.

Kwambio plans to launch 3D print platform following 3D Printshow preview

Kwambio has previewed its online platform for creating printed products at 3D Printshow, ahead of its October 2014 launch.

Formula One team Caterham brings Mimaki on board as technical partner

Mimaki has become the official technical graphics supplier of Formula One team Caterham.

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Xeikon goes faster than ever with Cheetah label engine release

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EFI releases end-to-end label production line centred on Jetrion at Labelexpo Americas

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Fujifilm announces commercial availability of Vybrant SUV printer

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Apex to show Konica Minolta C1100 at Print Efficiently

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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.

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Mimaki JV33

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Dynamax digitalsignage.net

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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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LG to present world's first 86.4cm curved IPS display at Midwich Technology Exposed

LG will give attendees the chance to experience the world's first curved in-plane switching (IPS) screen at the Midwich Technology Exposed showcase.

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3D Printshow looks to inspire as it returns to London

The 3D Printshow returns to London in vogue against the backdrop of a print industry in disarray, says Dara Jegede.

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.

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The UN's Corporate Sustainability Report 2013: the Verdigris blog

The UN says that companies are taking environmental responsibility seriously, but tracking compliance is still an issue, points out Laurel Brunner.

Top ten mistakes that designers make and how to avoid them (infographic)

Enfocus Connect explains how its software can identify and correct design mistakes before they turn into big problems.

Slowly garrotted with red tape: the Verdigris blog

Many EU compliance rules are excessive, and deliver no tangible benefits to businesses within the print industry, warns Laurel Brunner.

Hollanders Output Recruit EnFocus