Love is in the air!! – a new mood of cooperation now exists among various associations within the broad ‘’print industry church’’.
By James Cryer of JDA Recruitment
Further to our story in April regarding the appointment of Andrew Macaulay as the new CEO of the Printing Industries Association of Australia, James Cryer (whose family has been involved with the PIAA since 1903), has cast some new light on the turmoil that existed before Mr Macaulay’s appointment…..
Partnerships key to survival in digital age
Steve Strang National Account Director Fuji Xerox Document Management Solutions was the recipient of the 2015 Visual Connections Industry Overseas Research Grant valued at $15,000.
A laminator - every shop should have one!
Lamination is the process of bonding clear film onto printed substrates to add strength and rigidity for durability and protection against scratching or UV and other damage.
Is the Textile Digital Printing Revolution Just Around the Corner? (A White Paper from Bordeaux Digital Inks)(Part 2)
Any veteran printer can spurt out the advantages of digital printing over traditional printing and can discuss with passion the unsurpassable quality and color variety, the absence of plates and the ability to print short runs easily without any preparation. Then how come the adoption of digital printing technology is still slow in many industries?
A White Paper from Bordeaux Digital Inks on Closing the gap between digital technology and textile market needs (Part 1)
The textile industry is one of the world’s largest industries and it has come a long way. The textile printing industry represents 30 billion square meters of material volume on an annual basis worldwide.
Versatility, Investment & Differentiation: How signmakers and wide-format printers can prepare for the future
by Jurgen Verhulst, EMEA Marketing Manager, SAi and Dean Derhak, Senior Product Director, SAi.
While the gradual return of more favorable market conditions and improved business confidence is a welcome relief from the post-2008 years, the challenge for signmakers and wide-format printers now is to maintain the disciplines, customer focus and progressive initiatives that enabled their survival.
Global Signs take up special offer from Canon
Sydney-based Global Signs moved into the ‘fast lane’ after investing in an Océ Arizona UV flatbed under a special offer from Canon – and now Canon has announced another suite of special deals for businesses who are keen to kick start their success with market-leading Océ Arizona print technology.
GCC, a long serving and under rated player in the plotter/cutter market
GCC’s distribution and support in our region is in the main by Signtechnologies, a company whose systems technology specialists have been serving the industry since 1992, providing service and support for the sign, engraving and graphics, engineering and mining, educational institutions and government departments throughout Australia both directly and through its nationally endorsed dealer channel.
A white paper from Bordeaux on their printer specific inks – a leading solution for optimal digital printing
Matching ink to all attributes of the printer – a new way to do ink
Print shows in Shanghai 2015/6 - will you be there?
By Colleen Bate
Why do we attend overseas print shows? Is it to seek out new product opportunities and widen our horizons at the same time? Perhaps to attend seminars and sharpen our skill sets? Or is it to simply find a really good bargain? Sourcing equipment has never been easier thanks to the internet, but it doesn't come close to actually attending a show - being at 'one' with the industry, feeling that you are part of the bigger picture and taking in the action right there.
The right stock at the right place at the right time - that's iConsignment
by Colleen Bate
When I attended Printex last month, I happened to come across an interesting yet unassuming product called iConsignment. I didn't know what it was at the time – I merely noticed an understated paper rack displayed cleverly on the BJ Ball stand, but it held some appeal to the minimalist in me.