Epson’s newest SurePress model, launched at this week’s Labelexpo Americas in Chicago, delivers three print speed modes from 49 feet (14.9m) per minute to 162 feet (49.3m) per minute.
Ceramic printing using inkjet has been slow to take off in the Australasian market but that could change with the release of the new highly automated 5thgeneration Cretaprint C5 and D5 from digital printing giant, EFI.
Asia’s largest containerboard packaging business Rengo is buying the Asia Pacific region’s first high volume HP PageWide T1190 digital press - described as ‘the world’s most productive digital packaging press.’
Roland DG has announced the availability of self-maintenance kits for its CAMM-1/CAMM-1 PRO cutters, including the GS-24, GX series and the latest generation GR series vinyl cutters.
The company say it is an alternative to Mimaki™ BS4 Ink used in JV150/300 and CJV150/300 Printers
Avery Dennison has introduced a new beaded retro-reflective cast film that provides high-impact visibility of graphics on emergency, security and service vehicles, trucks and public transport as well as directional and safety signage.
SA International (SAi) has announced that users of its flagship software-by-subscription initiative now number well over 10,000, as purchases recently surpassed the impressive milestone during Q2 of this year.
Phoseon Technology has introduced FireEdge FE100, the first natural convection UV LED light source for industrial curing.
HP Inc. Celebrates Innovative Printing Solutions in Asia Pacific and Japan with HP Digital Print Excellence Awards - well done to our own Bailey Print Group
HP has announced the winners of the HP Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) Large Format Sign & Display Digital Excellence Print Awards 2018.
Ian Parsonson, CEO of Hexis Australia tells Wide Format Online that they had over 50 entries over the 3 days in Sydney with 2 Queenslanders and 1 from Adelaide taking out the 3 daily winner competitions for Sydney.
This online magazine was recently sent a question and answer on the complex problem of falling foul of the minefield of legislation covering the subject of employing people.
I asked the two people involved if I could publish the correspondence with a view to assisting those in our industry that may be contemplating employing people. They replied in the affirmative.
Family-owned WA signage company Kingman Visual has won three golds, a silver and two bronze medals at this year’s glittering ASGA/SGIAA awards night held at Sydney Olympic Park during Visual Impact. The People’s Choice award went to Sydney vehicle signage business Liberty Signs, and Stuart McNaught won gold in the Young Star Awards.
Automating signage and display workflow is becoming increasingly necessary as the industry grows and matures. Sometimes the cost or learning curve put smaller shops off of automating but, at Visual Impact on the Kayell stand, we caught up with an old friend from Singapore, Ivan Khoo, now director of a company called PrintFactory who offers a complete production suite that is easy to use, inexpensive and a real time-saver for those mundane repetitive tasks.
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. has announced the commercial launch of the AccurioWide 160 and AccurioWide 200 wide format printers, both of which employ a hybrid technology platform that can print on most types of roll-to-roll, flexible roll and rigid media.
Big Fat Smile, The Nature School Primary, Ocean Crusaders and Rainforest Rescue voted as Australia’s top picks across Community, Environment and Education categories
Just five days after their collaboration with Rochambeau and Aaron Curry at the New Museum, NYC, Avery Dennison and Outernets partner again to create the “future of window shopping” experience, to be revealed at Shop.org in Las Vegas.
The show preparation inside the Sydney Showground might have had the team from Océ Australia working into the night, but it’s been worth the effort, with the company taking out Best Stand at the Visual Impact exhibition and visitors flocking to stand D17 from the show’s opening this morning.
The HP Service Manager for the Asia Pacific region including, Japan, Australia and New Zealand, Costi Shaul has announced that Celmac is the highest rated channel partner for HP products in the South Pacific region.
A new study from HP Australia and Planet Ark, released today, found that while over 90% of Australian consumers and businesses are concerned about environmental sustainability, only half believe they are doing their fair share to protect the planet.