Epson has picked up Eco Passport certification from Oeko-Tex for its Genesta range of textile inks, which were developed in collaboration with its subsidiary For.Tex. Continue reading “Epson gains Eco certification for textile inks”
Recently I went to the InPrint Leaders in Technology summit in Cambridge, organised by FM Brooks, the people behind the InPrint show. They have a new show, Pure Digital, which also deals with the industrial print sector but seen from the creatives viewpoint. So this conference bridged both of these sectors and took in quite a wide range of subjects from personalised print through to the difficulties of moving into industrial print as well as more esoteric ideas from marketing through to staff management.
Mutoh has been showing off a new A2 industrial printer, the ValueJet 626UF, at this week’s Fespa show. This is a flatbed printer that’s designed to print graphics to a range of objects from bottles and boxes to small parts. This could include short run production, personalized gifts and awards as well as prototypes. Continue reading “Mutoh to launch A2 industrial printer”
KBA MetalPrint will be showing off a new printer, the CS MetalCan, at the MetPack show in Essen, Germany in May. The MetalCan is aimed at printing to drinks cans and will be marked under a Can Solutions label. Continue reading “KBA develops metal can printing system”
Mimaki is planning to introduce a new addition to its UJF range of industrial flatbed printers at next month’s Fespa Hamburg show. The new UJF-3042MkII EX is based on the existing 3042 model but adds a fourth print head and the ability to hold eight ink bottles. Continue reading “Mimaki extends UJF industrial printer range”
The Cambridge-based company Industrial Inkjet Ltd, better known as IIJ, has shown off an inkjet wallpaper printing system at the Heimtextil show in Frankfurt that it claims will revolutionise the wallpaper business. Continue reading “IIJ demonstrates digital wallpaper printer”