Last month I spent some time at the InPrint show in Frankfurt, Germany, which is shaping up to be one of the more interesting annual events, as far as inkjet technology goes.
GE Additive has been working on a new high speed 3D printer, code-named H1, that uses binder jet technology and is aimed at serial part production. Continue reading “GE Additive unveils binder jet prototype”
Icon Graphics, based in Milton Keynes, has become the first UK wide format printer to install Durst’s Rho P10 250HS PLUS 6C + W hybrid wide format printer. Continue reading “Icon scores UK first with Durst”
Screen Europe has been working with Meccanotecnica to integrate Screen’s Equios Book Solution for its Truepress Jet520HD press with Universe Sewing from Meccanotecnica. Continue reading “Screen teams up with Meccanotecnica”
Corel has launched the latest version of its CAD program, CorelCAD 2018, designed for 2D drawing, 3D modeling, and 3D printing. Continue reading “Corel releases CAD 2018 software”
The Japanese ink manufacturer T&K Toka has acquired the Dutch firm Van Son Printing Inks. This gives T&K Toka access to the European, Middle East, African and American markets, marking a significant expansion. Continue reading “T&K Toka acquires Van Son Printing inks”
Colordyne has announced a new label press, the 2800 Series Mini Laser Pro, which is aimed at mid-volume production and neatly rounds out the company’s portfolio. Continue reading “Colordyne launches mid-volume label printer”
Baldwin Technology Company Inc, which develops process automation solutions, consumables and services for the print, packaging industries, has acquired QuadTech, Inc from Quad/Graphics. QuadTech develops control systems, mainly for packaging and newspaper printers. Continue reading “Baldwin buys QuadTech”