Mutoh announces new industrial printers

21st January 2020

Mutoh has expanded its range of small format flatbed industrial printers, with two new additions, the XpertJet 461UF and XpertJet 661UF. These sort of printers are typically used for printing to things like phone covers, as well as personalized gifts and promotional items, such as pens, lighters and USB sticks, as well as prototypes and samples. 

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Inktec launches SubliNova G7 ink

14th January 2020

Inktec has expanded its range of after market SubliNova dye sublimation inks with a new SubliNova G7 ink, which is designed to work primarily with Epson DX7 printheads, though it’s said to also work with Epson DX5 and TFP heads,

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The writing’s on the wall

13th January 2020

This year’s Heimtextil marked the 50th anniversary for this tradeshow, which aims to highlight trends in the interior design market. Given that textiles is said to be one of the biggest growth areas for digital printing I thought it would be worth a visit.

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New Year, New decade

6th January 2020

Now that the holidays are over, it’s time to get back to work. We’ve seen an enormous number of changes over the past decade, and since the phrase 2020 also signifies perfect eyesight, it seems appropriate to kick off the year with an assessment of some of the trends that we can expect to encounter over the next few years.

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The next STEP in 3D printing?

9th December 2019

The 3D printing world is rapidly moving towards serial part production, which includes also a number of new technologies emerging that are directly aimed at volume production. One of these companies is Evolve Addititive Solutions, which has developed a new additive manufacturing technology called Selective Thermoplastic Electrophotographic Process, or STEP.

Steve Chillscyzn, CEO of Evolve, speaking at the company’s press conference at Formnext 2019.
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