Category Archives: Print Industry
The FESPA 2018 Global Print Expo will take place over four days, from 15 to 18 May 2018 in Berlin, Germany. This year, the main motto is ‘Where Print Takes Off’, which signifies FESPA’s role as the international platform for new technology, ideas, and applications across the digital wide format, screen printing, and textile printing markets.
Print providers are starting to discover new opportunities in sustainable sourcing and printing that can benefit everyone – printers, customers, and the environment.
In the last years, people are becoming more and more concerned about their impact on the environment. This is where the PrintReleaf program steps in, offering a new sustainable paper certification.
The 11th annual PRINT UV conference is just one month ahead, set for February 26 to 28, 2018, at the Encore by Wynn Las Vegas Resort.
The 3 days event will be packed with networking, education, and collaboration on all topics related to UV printing, from equipment and processes to consumables and capabilities.
It’s a competitive world we live in, and brands and packaging designers are always on the lookout for ways to differentiate their products. This includes color but also goes beyond to include embellishment options such as foils, special varnishes, soft touch finishes and more.
The Color 2018 Conference is where you’ll find the most practical and in-depth information from the best minds in color and print, and gain knowledge that will strengthen your competitive edge.
At the recent ESRI User Conference, attendees met with Contex scanning experts to learn how to unlock the data in their hard copy maps and documents.
Contex demonstrated the newly released SD One MF and the IQ Quattro 3600 wide format scanners, which separate layers in hard copy maps, ideal for use with applications such as ESRI ArcGIS.
The new White Dry Ink from Xerox brings plenty of opportunities when designing printed applications. It is now possible to create special designs like a snowflake with textured details on a postcard; a book cover with a white horse on a dark background; or a window cling advertisement with white text.
Many printing companies are struggling to find new clients and expand their business. This has a lot to do with the fact that the traditional print sales model no longer works, and new methods of acquiring new customers are now in play.