Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.

Standard to present an all-inclusive showcase of feeding and finishing solutions at Print 17

Standard Finishing Systems (Booth 1231) will occupy one of the largest spaces on the show floor, and will present an all-inclusive line-up of the latest feeding and finishing solutions. Booth 1231 will include live demonstrations of die-cutting, perfect binding and trimming, slitting and creasing, folding, saddlestitching, inspection systems, and roll-fed print solutions. Standard will produce … Read more →

New whitepaper and webinar from MBO evaluate merits of modular finishing

MBO America has announced a new whitepaper, How Modular Finishing Technology Can Help Streamline Postpress, highlighting the innovative, adaptive and scalable finishing systems required to keep pace with the production demands of digital print. A free companion webinar discussing How To Streamline Postpress with A Holistic Approach to Finishing, will be sponsored by MBO America … Read more →

EFI postpones conference call and delays release of Q2 financial results as its stock plunges

Electronics For Imaging (EFI), a world leader in customer-focused digital printing innovation, is postponing the conference call at which it anticipated discussing second quarter 2017 preliminary financial results “in order to enable the company to complete an assessment of the timing of recognition of revenue. The assessment is related to certain transactions where a customer … Read more →

Image-X becomes first printer in Canada to purchase Agfa Graphics’ newest LED engine – the Jeti Mira LED

Image-X (St. Laurent, Quebec), a leading Quebec digital and large-format print service provider, recently installed the first Agfa Jeti Mira 2716 HS with Primer and RTR (Roll-To-Roll) in Canada. The Jeti Mira features six colours plus white and two rows of fast-firing Ricoh inkjet printheads for higher productivity, as well as a moving gantry for … Read more →

PressWise to showcase latest enhancements to its Print MIS and Workflow Automation at Print 17

PressWise by SmartSoft will be demonstrating some of the latest enhancements to its Print MIS and Workflow Automation platform in booth 538. These include new Purchase Order functionality to allow the ordering of non-inventory items and services, with the ability to tie these to specific orders. A new Delivery Signature Capture feature lets delivery drivers … Read more →

Rollem installs new Slipstream Automatic Card-Cutting System at Napco

Napco (Sparta, NC), an award-winning custom manufacturer of rigid paperboard products and packaging specializing one-stop solutions – from luxury cosmetic and multimedia packaging to turned-edge custom binders, coin collecting products and games – has expanded its gaming market with the installation of the new Slipstream MK II Automatic Card-Cutting System from Rollem International. One of … Read more →

Axaio software releases MadeToPrint plug-in version 2.7.306 for prepress

Berlin-based Axaio software, developer of automation solutions for PDF creation, printing and content correction workflows for the publishing and printing markets, has released its MadeToPrint updated version 2.7.306. It’s also now possible to consult the new and comprehensive MadeToPrint online documentation. Axaio MadeToPrint facilitates fast and faultless output production in environments working with Adobe InDesign/InDesign … Read more →

Mark Andy launches digital screenprinting alternative – Digital Plus Screen

The new digital retrofit solution designed by Mark Andy is a digital alternative to traditional Rotary Screen Printing, the latest option in the company’s growing digital hybrid portfolio. The new inline print module seamlessly integrates single-colour digital UV inkjet printing with the high-production Performance Series platform. Digital Plus Screen, a subset of the company’s Digital … Read more →

Direct Color Systems welcomes Jon Stone to its sales team

Direct Color Systems (DCS, Rocky Hill, CT) has appointed Jon Stone to the newly created position of Dealer Sales Manager, North America. Stone brings with him nearly 20 years’ experience in the building and managing of strategic global sales channels. His thorough knowledge of building equipment sales networks will enable him to offer solutions and … Read more →

New study confirms safety of 3D printing materials

A study funded by SajTom Light Future, a privately held company headquartered in Poland, has looked into the emissions produced by common 3D printer filaments ABS, PLA, PET and nylon. The research supports an existing and extensive body of research proving that, with adequate ventilation and common sense, the melting of materials like ABS, PLA, … Read more →

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