Boosting the Décor Movement
Posted 15th October 2018 by Rachel Nunziata
Let's have a conversation about one of the most in-demand digital print segments you will likely keep hearing about: consumer home décor products or commercial décor applications, manufactured through digital print technology. The majority in wide format print sector are keenly aware of this quickly growing segment, but still, there are many hurdles to overcome trying to connect digital print with the creative customer. Delve into the subject a little more here.
A Discussion with Xaar: Is Inkjet Crossing the Chasm into New Sectors?
Posted 20th September 2018 by Marcus Timson
At InPrint, we run surveys to gain understanding of growth and change for industrial inkjet. However, it always helps to speak with experts in technology businesses that have an independent view on a number of new sectors. Xaar is a good one to speak with regarding direct to shape and décor in particular, being an independent head manufacturer. So I had a chat with Adam Strevens, Strategic Marketing Manager at Xaar
Alchemie Technology expands with high-tech digital development facility
Posted 18th September 2018 by Marcus Timson
As part of ambitious growth plans, Alchemie Technology Ltd. has opened a digital technology development facility in central Cambridge, UK.
Engineered Printing Solutions Expands To Deliver Enhanced Service
Posted 30th August 2018 by Marcus Timson
Engineered Printing Solutions (EPS) will open a new office in Fremont, California in September, enhancing its ability to meet the needs of its many existing and potential customers on the West Coast.
Roland Hero Customer Spotlight – Gemanco Design
Posted 20th August 2018 by Frazer Chesterman
When it comes to interior décor, whether for the home or commercial environment, today’s consumers are increasingly searching out personalized products and designs which are unique to them and make them stand out from the crowd. Responding to this growing demand for self-expression, savvy textile and décor providers are looking to flexible digital print solutions to enable them to deliver agilely across a wide range of applications.
Committed to Color
Posted 10th July 2018 by Kevin Jackson
Frazer Chesterman interviewed Thomas Kirschner, CEO of ColorGATE, to find out more about his vision and the recent success and growth of his company. For over 20 years, ColorGATE has been supporting the printing industry with its color competence on its way from analogue to digital printing and the future of Print 4.0. Their customers rely on the innovative software solutions, RIP Software, and printer driver technology for Commercial and Industrial Printing.
Q&A with Tech Entrepreneur Clayton Sampson of Cyan-Tec
Posted 11th June 2018 by Christina Molina
Cyan-Tec Systems is a U.K. based company specializing in inkjet integration, automation and robotics for various manufacturing industries including automotive, aerospace and pharmaceutical. Clayton Sampson is an engineer, entrepreneur and the managing director of Cyan-Tec Systems.
Philanthropic Start-Up Seeks Mass Production Through Direct to Garment Printing
Posted 22nd May 2018 by Christina Molina
When University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign student Drew McNamara was asked to create a project that would demonstrate positive social change, he developed something that not only satisfied his assignment, but aligned with his passion for helping people with disabilities through a start-up called Creative Souls.
Capturing the True Potential of Industrial Inkjet with Metis Scanners
Posted 19th April 2018 by Christina Molina
When you think of a scanner, the correlation to digital print for industrial manufacturing doesn't immediately come to mind. That's what makes this so interesting.
Kao Collins Sailing into the Future of Print Packaging with Water-Based Inkjet Inks
Posted 5th April 2018 by Christina Molina
Since 1980, Kao Collins, Inc. has introduced innovative inkjet solutions that enable their customers and OEMS to reduce costs, increase productivity, and expand offerings to various markets like the graphics, commercial print, packaging, labeling and consumer products markets. The company formulates and manufactures innovative inkjet inks for high-speed, single-pass printing, including water-based, oil-based, solvent-based, UV-, LED-, and EB-curable technologies for high-speed industrial printing.
Q&A: Excelitas Technologies Offers UV Curing Innovation with OmniCure Systems
Posted 6th March 2018 by Christina Molina
For over 30 years, Excelitas Technologies has been innovatively expanding their UV curing capabilities with OmniCure, a series of advanced and flexible systems used for industrial applications such as electronics, medical devices and digitally printed surfaces. In this Q&A, Pamela Lee, Senior Product Manager of OmniCure at Excelitas Technologies, shares more about these systems and her impressions on the industrial print sector.
Anticipating the Needs of Plasma Pretreatment for Industrial Print Applications
Posted 9th February 2018 by Christina Molina
Not until the 1950s had the modern concept of plasma been discovered, let alone artificially produced. Today, plasma is transcending surface treatment technology and infiltrating the industrial inkjet industry through multiple applications. We spoke with Bas Buser at Plasmatreat for the latest in plasma pretreatment.
Sensient Launches Latest Digital Pigment Ink set to revolutionize the Industrial Textile Printing Market
Posted 23rd January 2018 by Marcus Timson
Sensient Imaging Technologies, a division of Sensient Technologies Corporation, announced today the introduction of a new range of high-performance digital pigment inks, Xennia® Emerald PC, suitable for direct printing of textiles. Based on innovative dispersion and binder technology, Xennia Emerald PC changes the game for printers by offering excellent color strength with unrivalled printing performance.
Digital Print for Packaging: Making a Break for it
Posted 12th January 2018 by Marcus Timson
Well, for the first blog after the Christmas break when so much packaging around the world has been devoured and disposed of, it seems apt to share an update on the packaging sector for digital printing. Back in December, I attended the Digital Print for Packaging Conference run by Smithers PIRA in Berlin, and it was clear to me that digital print in the packaging sector is certainly making a break for it, and regardless of all the hype surrounding personalized Nutella, Coke and now Nestle's Kit Kat, it has really moved onto another level.
InPrint 2017: Industrial Print Moves onto Another Level
Posted 29th November 2017 by Marcus Timson
The third edition of InPrint in Germany was held from 14 – 16 November 2017, at the Munich Trade Fair Centre. The exhibition was, once again, able to attract some 3,000 high-profile industry professionals, including inventors and integrators as well as printing and production specialists from various industry sectors. A comprehensive conference program provided insight into the latest developments and market potential of this emerging industry sector. In an official awards ceremony, prizes for innovative product developments and outstanding partnerships were awarded to four exhibiting companies. The organizers, as well as the large majority of the 153 exhibitors, were highly satisfied with the outcome of the show.
Thinking inside of the box: go for all-digital printing
Posted 3rd November 2017 by Marc Graindourze
Well-designed packaging aims to stand out on the shelves, to better target customers, and ultimately to generate more sales. The demand for digital printing systems is clearly on the rise in the packaging industry. The advantages they bring and availability of specific inks for various digital printing applications answer the need for shorter and more targeted print runs. Moreover, the ability to print directly on objects offers potential additional value as it allows for personalization or mass customization and can even add traceability of products and their packaging.
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