Category Archives: Print Industry
At the end of this month, the world’s leading influencers in the industry will meet in two halls for 4 days to present the next generation technology for digital printing and finishing. The event will take place at Lucerne, Switzerland, from Monday, February 25th to Thursday, February 28th, 2019.
It might seem like a science fiction story just a few years ago, but we are now at a time where printing appliances, prostheses and even houses is quite doable. It is not surprising then, that the sector is slowly taking over the production of vehicles. One amazing example is a fully 3D-printed motorcycle, designed and produced by the start-up BigRep located in Berlin, Germany.
Just in case you haven’t heard of FESPA, it’s an event that illustrates products like screen, digital and textile printing, new equipment, systems, digital print, screen and industrial print, signage, graphics, textile print and more.
As 2018 is ending, it’s a good time to look back and dive into some of the subjects that drove discussions in the print industry this year. There is a lot we can learn from these topics that drew our attention this past year.
Two leading companies in the print industry, Memjet and MGI Digital Technology, has integrated their innovative technology to create the new AlphaJET B1 Inkjet Printing and Embellishment Press. It was presented recently by MGI at the All4Pack Exhibition in Paris, France.
It’s encouraging to know that more and more people feel a sense of personal responsibility and try to be eco-conscious. Earth is our only home, and preserving it for future generations is reflected in people’s desire for sustainable, responsibly-sourced products.
Very soon, representatives from all over the print industry – buyers, vendors and experts – will all convene in Chicago at the PRINT 18, September 30 – October 2, 2018 at McCormick Place.
Neenah just announced its recent development – 100% cotton paper expertly manufactured by the same mill that has been crafting pure cotton papers since the late 1870’s.
The cotton paper is crafted by skilled machine tenders in Wisconsin, from the finest cotton fibers, and is naturally sustainable, made from cotton linters.
In the print business, printers often encounter challenges. One of them is printing on special material other than traditional paper. Take silicone for example -Regular inks are not able to cure on it, and they will easily rub off the product.