Kornit Digital realigns service and support in UK

Kornit Digital realigns service and support in UKNEWS: Kornit Digital has revised its service and after-sales operations in the UK and Ireland, appointing Dennison Group to cater for the growth of its direct-to-garment printer range. The collaboration aims to improve response times and the flexibility of its support and service cycle.

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

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

FEATURE: Will Thompson gives his verdict on the good, the bad and the downright fascinating at InPrint 2014.

Zünd to focus on efficient workflow at FESPA Digital

Zünd to focus on efficient workflow at FESPA Digital

NEWS: Zünd is to demonstrate cutting system configurations At FESPA Digital 2014 to demonstrate how to increase efficiency throughout a production workflow.

Plastic Logic 'to industrialise low-power flexible electronics' with Solvay

NEWS: Plastic Logic and Solvay Specialty Polymers are to join forces to create a new range of low-power flexible electronics for wearables and other emerging technologies.

EFI continues software acquisition trail with Group Rhapso

NEWS: EFI has announced its acquisition of Group Rhapso, a printing and packaging software developer based in France.


Mondi releases new high-speed ink-jet paper range

Mondi has introduced its high-speed ink-jet (HSI) 2.0 papers in response to problems identified in consumer feedback.

Cheap 3D printer proves a hit on Kickstarter

A 'micro' 3D printer available on Kickstarter for less than $300 has raised more than $1m (£597,000).

Xaar creates advanced manufacturing variant of 1002 print-head

Announced today at InPrint, Xaar is releasing a new print-head focused on the challenges presented by industrial applications.

Drytac introduces new optically clear mounting adhesive

Drytac has engineered FaceMount, a new adhesive for mounting images to its clear substrates.

Color-Logic collaborates with Durst Phototechnik

Color-Logic has announced that its Process Metallic Color System has been certified as fully compatible with the Durst Tau 330 label engine.


X-Rite launches SDK for mobile devices


Ricoh looks beyond print at London Book Fair


GMG comes top in Fogra proofing challenge


New vice-president for global marketing at Avery Dennison


Three new faces added to Scodix executive team

Julius Madison: Scodix has the most innovative, cutting-edge press in the Printing Business. The Printing Industry in the United States need to be fully aware of this outstanding product. And more Printing ,Marketing Distributors need to utilize this,and offer this technology to Consumners and Businesses that need these services. I have showed many Customers samples of this product and they are totally blow away with the touch and wow affect. Potential want and need this product and can't get it.

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Ink-jet educational course to run in China for first time

Mumei Zhang: This might be oddball news for some, but the Ink Jet Academy is a pretty interesting association. Print head technology has gone very far and I'm especially interested in the smallest technical devices the future has to offer. Warm Regards, Mumei.

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Chili Publish: turning up the heat

Laurens Leurs: Good overview of the launch event - I was there to see what the new release has to offer for future versions of Apogee StoreFront - the web-to-print system of Agfa Graphics ( The new features and HTML5 support are certainly promising!

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Systematic Print Management earns Royal Warrant

Rebecca Dack: We've used Systematic for over 10 years now and always found them excellent in dealing with our wide range of print requirements from corporate literature to stationery. Their attention to detail is fantastic and I always recommend them to others. Congratulations to them!

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100 and counting: the Verdigris blog

Laurel Brunner looks back on two years of Verdigris blogs, and examines what trade shows need to do to remain environmentally relevant.


Day one at InPrint 2014: defining industrial, live

James Matthews-Paul analyses day one of InPrint 2014 and finds himself questioning once more – what is industrial?

Ipex 2014: delivering against the odds

Ben McCabe looks back on Ipex 2014 and analyses how well the show has answered its critics.

Cross Media Production: breaking down the marketing barriers

It might only take up a fraction of the Excel when it is co-located with Ipex 2014 from 25th – 27th March 2014, but Cross Media Production will aim to provide an entirely new perspective on print for attendees.


Alphabet soup for print's environmental impact: the Verdigris blog

Laurel Brunner looks into the acronym-laced terminology of sustainability.

Environmentally friendly substrates: the Verdigris blog

Laurel Brunner looks at one of the biggest concerns with print's environmental impact: disposing of it when it reaches end of life.

PET peeves, revisited

Laurel Brunner revisits the Indian government's decision to ban PET and looks at the polluting effect of poorly-managed waste disposal.