Software is often overlooked when we talk about digital printing but in most cases it’s the software that pulls the print solution together. So I was encouraged to find quite a few software companies exhibiting at the last InPrint show.
Quality Print Services (QPS) has reported some success with a new series of high density dye sublimation inks from Nazdar, the NDT600 Series, which are designed for use with any printers using Epson printheads. Continue reading “Nazdar upgrades dye sub inks”
Prodways has had a good start to this year, with the first sales of its ProMaker LD-10 3D printers to leading dental laboratories in Italy, Germany and the United States. Continue reading “Prodways sells first ProMaker LD10”
Ricoh has partnered with the German handling specialist BDT Print Media to improve handling options for its C9100 and C7100 digital presses. Continue reading “Ricoh offers BDT feeder with digital presses”
There have been multiple reports that Xerox and Fujifilm are discussing some kind of deal though it’s unlikely that Fujifilm is going to take over Xerox. Continue reading “Xerox and Fujifilm discussing deal”
Antares Vision, which develops verification and inspection systems as well as serialization-based track and trace solutions for the pharmaceutical industry, has announced plans to set up a Software Development Center in western Ireland’s Galway Technology Centre. Continue reading “Antares Vision to open Irish R&D centre”
Jason Oliver has become CEO of GE Additive, taking over from Mohammad Ehteshami, who will continue to advise on strategy before retiring later this year. Continue reading “Jason Oliver to head GE Additive”
Ricoh has launched another direct to garment printer, the Ri100, essentially an entry-level desktop version of the Ri6000 that was launched last year. Continue reading “Ricoh launches Ri100 garment printer”