EFI has mostly concentrated on hybrid UV printers for display printing but has now developed a new flatbed printer, the Pro 24f LED, which has been shown off at this week’s SGIA show in New Orleans, USA. Continue reading “EFI announces 24f LED flatbed”
Fujifilm is to show a new prepress workflow, plate loader and cleaning solution for newspaper printers at this week’s WAN-IFRA World Publishing Expo in Berlin, Germany. Continue reading “Fujifilm shows newspaper solutions”
Mimaki has announced a new series of wide format laminators and films. The LA Series are heat assisted laminators that are meant to be paired with Mimaki’s UCJV LED UV printer/cutters. Continue reading “Mimaki to sell wide format laminators”
Kodak has added Dynamic Print Planning, which uses artificial intelligence, to its Prinergy Cloud Services. Continue reading “Prinergy gains Dynamic Print Planning”
Duplo has extended its finishing portfolio with a new Esper direct marketing collator and an optional system that runs inline to improve its productivity. These devices run at 9,000 set per hour and can be used to gather together assorted unaddressed mail documents prior to distribution. Continue reading “Duplo launches new collators”
There are two common assumptions about the narrow web Label sector – that the conventional flexo is a mature technology with only incremental advances and that digital is advancing rapidly.
Materialise, which is perhaps best known for its additive manufacturing software, has acquired ACTech, a German company that specializes in producing limited runs of highly complex cast metal parts. This will complement Materialise’s own activities in metal additive manufacturing. Continue reading “Materialise acquires metal maker ACTech”
Ricoh has announced its first UV flatbed printer, the Ricoh Pro T7210, which has been designed for industrial decoration printing. It’s mainly aimed at printing to heavy rigid materials, including glass, wood, aluminium composite and metal. Continue reading “Ricoh jumps into industrial print market”