Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.

Xerox launches Iridesse Digital Production Press featuring iridescent colours and specialty embellishments

Ragni Mehta.

Calling it “another first in the world of print,” Xerox has unveiled its Iridesse Production Press – a high-speed, six-station press that combines four-colour printing with up to two specialty dry inks, all in one printing pass. “The Xerox Iridesse Production Press is the only digital press that can print metallic gold or silver dry … Read more →

Pitney Bowes launches SendPro Enterprise

Pitney Bowes (Stamford, Connecticut), a global technology company that provides commerce solutions in the areas of ecommerce, shipping, mailing and data, has announced the launch of SendPro Enterprise – a cloud-based multi-carrier and PC postage software solution that gives enterprises greater visibility and control of all shipping and mailing activity and spending. “With many locations … Read more →

Microsoft and 3DPrinterOS launch world’s first Enterprise IT-compliant 3D Printer Management Platform

Microsoft and 3DPrinterOS (San Francisco, California) have unveiled a 3D printing software bundle aimed at drastically reducing the effort needed to securely deploy 3D printing within enterprises. “We chose to work with 3DPrinterOS because their 3D printing software covers the widest amount of machines. Coupled with our Azure private and public clouds, this simplifies how … Read more →

Ultimate releases Impostrip Configurator for Enfocus Switch

Ultimate TechnoGraphics (Montreal), a leader in imposition and finishing automation, has announced the release of its new Ultimate Impostrip Configurator for Enfocus Switch. Ultimate TechnoGraphics collaborated with Impressed Germany, the worldwide reference for Enfocus implementations (and value-added reseller for Ultimate Impostrip), for the development of the new configurator. Designed with productivity in mind, Ultimate Impostrip … Read more →

C.P. Bourg to begin deliveries of its Sheet Preparation Module

The new C.P. Bourg BPM (Bourg Sheet Preparation Module) is now shipping in multiple configurations and can be connected to many popular production toner, inkjet or liquid ElectroInk print engines to support perfect-bound books and stitched booklets produced in a wide range of formats and sizes – inline, offline and in dual-mode configurations. The OEM … Read more →

Uteco Group and Kodak to offer Sapphire EVO Digital Printing Press and environmentally friendly aqueous inks

The Uteco Group (Verona, Italy), in partnership with Kodak, have announced the commercial availability of the Sapphire EVO Digital Press. Allowing packaging service providers and converters “a digital offering without compromising on productivity or economics,” the new press addresses a full range of low-volume and high-volume applications that produce up to 20 million square metres … Read more →

LexJet introduces new media for canvas, banners, posters and other wide-format applications

LexJet (Sarasota, Florida) has launched two new products for printers in the wide-format market. Its PVC-free LexJet FlexTek is a versatile, easy-to-handle option available in solvent and aqueous versions. FlexTek is a new, multi-functional material that performs for a variety of uses, from canvas to banners and beyond. The PVC-free, non-woven “technical fabric” is ideal … Read more →

Alice Receptionist now available in Canada through Konica Minolta

WinTech, a U.S.-based privately-held technology company, has announced that it will partner with Konica Minolta Canada to offer the Alice Receptionist to Canadian businesses. The technology offers companies another option from the traditional office environment by enhancing the overall visitor experience. Alice Receptionist is “a new solution for today’s workplace environment that allows companies to … Read more →

Can Artificial Intelligence (AI) finally protect artists from getting their designs ripped off?

Currently, artist copyright infringement is especially widespread in apparel – from corporations that mass-produce t-shirts, to ordinary people printing a design on a coffee mug. But could AI change the prevailing tide by stopping copyright infringement at the source? Yes, according to Eric Zhang, Vice President of Engineering at Scalable Press, the world’s first AI-powered … Read more →

DCM acquires Perennial Group for $12 million

Data Communications Management Corporation (DCM, Brampton, Ontario) has entered into an agreement to acquire privately-held Perennial Group of Companies (Toronto and Bolton, Ontario). DCM also announced that it has arranged a $12 million term loan from Crown Capital Fund IV LP, an investment fund managed by Crown Capital Partners, to fund the cash component of … Read more →

Package Central software for Adobe InDesign released

Toronto-based Zevrix Solutions has announced that Package Central for Adobe InDesign is now available on the new and improved Adobe Exchange. Originally developed for a major publisher in the U.S., the software automates InDesign packaging by processing files from watched hot folders. Package Central software automatically collects InDesign files from hot folders on a central … Read more →

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