Category Archives: Digital Printing
A recent webinar hosted by Printing Impressions, focused on the future of printing manufacturing, highlighting a few trends and features that may contribute to any printing service’s success.
The webinar featured 4 experts from different fields, discussing trends that would help shape the future of printing manufacturing.
A recent, interesting launch by Epson – a new dye-sublimation textile printer, the 1.6m-wide SureColor SC-F9300.
This new roll-to-roll printer is an upgraded form of the SC-F9200 model, and is set to replace it.
An interesting article by Sandy Hubbard was recently published, pointing out an excellent way to boost print sales using arcade game tactics.
The arcade game mentioned was “Pole Position”, a classic auto racing video game from the ‘80s. Here are the main points she made:
A recent press release announced that Printware, a leading supplier of prepress and digital solutions to the print industry, will debut the latest version of the iJetColorPlus Envelope Printing Press to commercial and mailing providers during Print 17.
An interesting collaboration between the publishing industry and digital print introduced a new approach to book publishing in the form of a new hybrid book.
This new hybrid book will be launched at PRINT 17 in Chicago (September 10-14), at the Ricoh booth. Dr. Harvey Levenson and former Seybold editor John Parsons will unveil a prototype of the next edition of Introduction to Graphic Communication, using Ricoh’s Clickable Paper technology to trigger related digital content and interaction with the reader.
The Print Show is one of the largest printing expos in the UK, showcasing products such as print management systems, packaging technology, promotional and visual communication materials, mailing software, printing software and other technologies in the printing and publishing industry.
Epson is about to launch a new short-run label press, the SurePress L-4533 Series. This model is set to replace the existing L-4033 model.
The new press offers some major enhanced features, including improved productivity, reliability, higher print speeds and reduced maintenance.
A new wide format printer by Canon has launched – the 1.5m-wide imagePrograf Pro-6000. It is the largest in its range to use 12 colors.
The new printer is mostly intended for advertisements, graphics and posters, and will become commercially available in September. It is an update on Canon’s Pro-6000S, launched alongside a number of new Arizona UV flatbed machines at last year’s Fespa Digital.
UV and UV-LED printing is a growing and expanding market within the industrial printing. Today’s UV-LED printers have made it simpler and less costly to create personalized customized printed products.
These new and advanced printing solutions can incorporate different types of gloss, matte, and embossing techniques and create just about any desired printed project – from elegant wedding albums to dazzling personalized coffee mugs.