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MUTOH creates new generation VerteLith RIP based on Harlequin technology

Global Graphics Software has licensed the Harlequin Host Renderer to MUTOH, the Japanese manufacturer of wide format inkjet printers and sign cutting plotters, in a contract spread over multiple years. The agreement includes licensing Global Graphics’ new Opal Advanced Inkjet Screens to provide high-quality half-tone screening specially developed for inkjet printing.

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Wide format growth markets at Printing United Digital

The three-week free online Printing United Digital Experience kicked off this week with a look at the latest in graphics and wide format technology from manufacturers including HP, Agfa, Canon, Durst, Epson, Fujifilm and Roland DG. Tim Greene of industry researcher IDC presented a session about wide format growth markets which is now available to watch.

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Caldera releases version 14 of its famed RIP-workflow

RIP specialist Caldera , available from several Australian resellers including Pozitive and Kissel + Wolf, has announced that Caldera Version 14 will be launched in October, bringing a range of new features and enhancements to its award-winning print management and workflow software. The benefits to users will include increased production capacity, decreased downtime, significant time savings, enhanced automation and even better print quality.

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Hexis introduces THE200EVO printable PVC film

French manufacturer Hexis Group has launched THE200EVO, a premium printable polymeric PVC film with the company’s patented TAKE HEAT EASY technology that’s ideal for large format surfaces. Hexis also introduced the V850B laminate with a thickness of 50 μm. 

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Drupa's virtual trade fair opens 27th October

 Perhaps the Virtual drupa will serve as a springboard to greater things. It does, however, appear to be more of a 'Preview' of the physical show - and therefore its remaining exhibitors - and still scheduled for April 2021, despite the worsening Covid-19 situation in Europe. And now the penultimate offset exhibitor RMGT has pulled out.

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