Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.

Lecta’s New Book “Divergence” illustrates the allure of contrast

Divergence, the latest edition of the Lecta (Barcelona, Spain) yearly publishing project, once again showcases the end results that can be achieved by printing on the paper manufacturers’ extensive range of publishing papers. This year’s book features an original concept that explores the beauty of opposites through imagery. The publication juxtaposes evocative colour and black-and-white … Read more →

Chromasens releases newest 3DPIXA 3D Camera for improved inspection of specular materials

Inspection of specular materials is challenging for conventional imaging systems since their shiny surfaces create a hotspot glare, confusing machine vision software and making it impossible to reliably detect texture and topology defects. To solve this problem, Chromasens has expanded its 3DPIXA family of 3D linescan cameras with a new dual model featuring 70µm optical … Read more →

MGI previews its new AlphaJET Industrial Print Factory

The MGI Group (Fresnes, France) is presenting the next phase of its Innovation in Motion strategy for integrated digital printing and embellishment technology at the Paris All4Pack Exhibition November 26 – 29 in Paris, France. The new AlphaJET Industrial Print Factory will be demonstrated with 6 combined B1 inkjet printing and embellishment functions that include: … Read more →

Memjet and MGI form strategic inkjet technology partnership

Memjet has announced that MGI Digital Technology, the leading French manufacturer of digital printing presses and finishing solutions, has integrated Memjet’s DuraLink printing technology into MGI’s new AlphaJET B1 Inkjet Printing and Embellishment Press. This is the first 40-plus-inch sheetfed press to integrate the DuraLink inkjet printheads, ink and modules. It’s also the first five-colour … Read more →

SAi appoints Webb as Director of Customer Experience

SA International (SAi, Salt Lake City, Utah), a leading provider of software solutions for the sign-making, digital printing and CNC machining industries, has announced the appointment of Mikki Webb as its Director of Customer Experience. The role will see Webb drive the development, continuous improvement and delivery of customer service, as well as assume responsibility … Read more →

Label Resources experiences 40% growth in new sales and production with installation of Domino N610i

Label Resources (Langley, BC), a high-capacity label-printing specialist with full-colour flexographic and digital printing capabilities, has installed a new Domino N610i 7-colour digital UV inkjet label press. Since 1994, the company has been providing state-of-the-art label printing services to its customer base across Canada and the U.S. That includes firms involved in nutraceuticals, food and … Read more →

PPC announces the winners of its 75th Annual Paperboard Packaging Competition

The Paperboard Packaging Council (PPC, Springfield, MA) has announced the winners of its 75th Annual North American Paperboard Packaging Competition. These five folding cartons and rigid boxes (below) represent some of the best paperboard packaging manufactured by North American converters during the past year. Congratulations to all of the well-deserved winners. Their creativity and skills … Read more →

Toshiba introduces three new desktop multifunction printers

Toshiba has expanded its e-Studio line by introducing a trio of feature-rich, desktop multifunction printers. Toshiba’s latest A4-formatted e-Studio MFPs include one monochrome and a pair of colour models that combine next-generation security features with an array of embedded applications “to comprehensively address small to mid-size business document output and workflow needs,” said the OEM. … Read more →

HP invests £380 million in A3 copier market with purchase of Apogee

HP (Palo Alto, California) has announced that it’s completed the acquisition of Apogee Corporation, a U.K.-based office equipment dealer and Europe’s largest independent provider of print, outsourced services and document & process technology. The transaction values Apogee at approximately £380 million. The acquisition furthers HP’s strategy to “disrupt the more than $50 billion A3 copier … Read more →

Two leading Quebec printing companies merge

After about 20 years as a leading provider of printing and graphic arts services, Montreal’s Clickimprimerie Incorporated will merge with www.printing.coop – a leading Montreal-based print provider. The combined company will move to larger production facilities and will operate under www.printing.coop and www.imprimeur.coop. The new company will be employee-owned and operate as a printing cooperative … Read more →

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