A close look at the strategy and product range of the new Manroland Goss Web Systems

Manroland Web Systems (Augsburg, Germany) and Goss International (Durham, New Hampshire), both world-leading long-time web offset printing manufacturers and service providers, announced that they officially completed the transaction to combine their businesses in mid-August of 2018. The new company is now operating under the brand “Manroland Goss Web Systems” and is currently the strongest supplier … Read more →

Taopix to launch world’s first AI-based white-label photo commerce software platform in 2019

Taopix (Newcastle Upon Tyne, England), a world-leading leading provider of photo commerce software, is launching a fully AI-enabled (Artificial-Intelligence-enabled) version of its software platform for the ‘intelligent’ creation of photo books and similar multi-image photo gift products called Taopix.ai. According to the company, the photo book sector suffers from an alarming metric – about 70% … Read more →

Inside Epson’s new Technology Center in California

The new, recently-opened, state-of-the-art Epson Epson Technology Center in Carson, California will showcase unique Epson printing solutions and applications, while providing a comprehensive, hands-on experience for customers and dealers with the full Epson wide-format printing portfolio – including dye-sublimation, signage, photography and direct-to-garment printing solutions. “Whether new to Epson technology or expanding their current offerings, … Read more →

Inkjet Insight releases analysis of sheetfed production inkjet device market

Inkjet Insight, a valuable online source of objective information from industry experts for companies evaluating and using production inkjet, has released a timely analysis of the sheetfed production inkjet device market. Sheetfed inkjet presses are the new frontier, said the company – from those designed to replace toner-based solutions for document printing, to others which … Read more →

Swedish researchers closer to a commercial paper battery for smart packaging

BillerudKorsnäs (Solna, Sweden), a world leader in offering the packaging market sustainable materials (specifically paper and board material) and solutions, along with researchers at Uppsala University (Uppsala, Sweden) have together taken an important step towards the future of paper batteries. They’ve teamed up to take basic research based on pure cellulose from algae, and developed … Read more →

Toronto printing and communications specialist increases throughput 10 times with new technology

Taylor-Demers of Toronto is a full-service, SOC II-certified, data-driven communications provider, delivering transactional solutions and documents for the financial, insurance, not-for-profit, government and health care industries, as well as expertise in direct mail. The company offers its clients an extensive range of capabilities, including fully customizable digital and inkjet printing, booklet printing and finishing, and … Read more →

IntuIdeas launches updated interactive edition of Introduction to Graphic Communication using Ricoh Clickable Paper

Cal Poly Professor Emeritus Harvey R. Levenson (Ph.D) and former Seybold Editorial Director John Parsons, have co-authored and published an updated, digitally-enhanced edition of their interactive textbook Introduction to Graphic Communication. Levenson, former Department Head of Cal Poly’s Graphic Communication Department, had received numerous requests for an update to the popular and fascinating 2007 work, … Read more →

What do printers need to consider when implementing a new print MIS?

Here, Ross Edwards, Business Development Manager at Print MIS leader Tharstern (Kennesaw, Georgia) explores how printers are diversifying into other markets and why they need an MIS that can cover different types of print. Tharstern specializes in Management Information Systems (MIS) and workflow solutions for the global printing industry. Its MIS software is a fully … Read more →

New start-up raises € 1 million for printing without ink or toner cartridges

Inkless (The Netherlands), whose groundbreaking technology enables black-and-white printing without ink cartridges or toners, has raised one million Euros in its latest investment round. This investment was made by a group of “Angel Investors.” Inkless was developed as a graduate project by Venkatesh Chandrasekar and fellow student Arnaud van der Veen at Delft University of … Read more →

Fifth Drupa Global Trends Report reflects positive mood in the printing industry worldwide

Globally, printers and suppliers from the majority of market sectors reported growing confidence in their companies’ economic performance in this 5th Drupa Trends Report that tracked patterns of performance over the past 5 years. Packaging remains the most buoyant market and there’s been a steady improvement in confidence over the 5 years among commercial printers. … Read more →

The Ryerson Image Centre to showcase Indigenous artists at this year’s Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival

The Ryerson Image Centre (RIC) at Ryerson University in downtown Toronto will present work by three contemporary Indigenous artists: Shelley Niro, Nadia Myre and Scott Benesiinaabandan. Collectively, these artists explore notions of culture, identity and the complex colonial histories of Indigenous people using photography, film and new media. All exhibitions will be launched during the … Read more →

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