PrintBusiness RSS Feed http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/ All the latest news directly from PrintBusiness. en-gb PrintBusiness RSS Feed http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/Print Business/logo.gif http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/ 128 50 Memjet digital print pouches coffee order for Rigoli http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness111576.ink?newstype=i An Italian developed flexible packaging press with Memjet heads is tackling a coffee headache for a Milan business. Sun, 17 Jun 2018 17:06:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem111576 Presstek combines with Mark Andy for digital showcase http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness111570.ink?newstype=i Presstek brought a Mark Andy label press into its showroom to celebrate the merger between the two and show how the combination is a prospicious one. Sun, 17 Jun 2018 12:06:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem111570 Hundsdörfer's change process is giving new direction to Heidelberg http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness111571.ink?newstype=b 'Business as usual' was not an option says Heidelberg CEO Rainer Hundsdörfer, as the annual report details how the world's leading press manufacturer is shifting. Sun, 17 Jun 2018 12:06:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem111571 The take away for Oriental Printing is speed and productivity http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness111572.ink?newstype=p Oriental Printing, serving the Chinese restaurant trade, is the latest to install an RMGT9 LED UV SRA1 sheetfed press. Sun, 17 Jun 2018 12:06:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem111572 Agfa unveils flagship Tauro as it steps up in productivity class http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness111573.ink?newstype=i The Jeti Tauro H3300 was unveiled to hundreds of possible customers last week, returning Agfa to the performance sector of large format inkjet printing. Sun, 17 Jun 2018 12:06:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem111573 Fujifilm aims to shake up printing plates sector http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness111574.ink?newstype=a Pay for coating initiative will bring Fujifilm closer to its plate customers as well as saving them money. Sun, 17 Jun 2018 12:06:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem111574 Bell & Bain takes to a diet of colour books http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness111467.ink?newstype=p Bell & Bain has been undergoing a transformation from producing traditional books in a traditional way into the UK's leading producer of colour books and now into digital printing. And chairman Tony Campbell has walked every step of the journey. Tue, 05 Jun 2018 14:06:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem111467 The voice of print in Scotland http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness111475.ink?newstype=f The generation gap in print risks becoming a yawning chasm and bridging that is one of the biggest challenges for Garry Richmond, director of Print Scotland. Wed, 06 Jun 2018 10:06:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem111475 Book revival underlined by buzzing Book Fair http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness111472.ink?newstype=x The thousands of visitors linked to the publishing business who turned out for the London Book Fair proved that there is plenty of life in the medium. Wed, 06 Jun 2018 08:06:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem111472 Hands off the digital press http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness111013.ink?newstype=i The workflow for digital printing is increasingly about enabling the press to run with minimal or no operator intervention, heading towards remote printing and lights out operation. Tue, 05 Jun 2018 07:06:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem111013 Xeikon Café provides a jolt of inspiration http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness111477.ink?newstype=i An expresso is a small coffee laden with caffeine to provide a quick jolt to the system and clear the brain, a longer coffee can be something more convivial providing the background to a conversation between friends or colleagues. The Xeikon Café delivered on both counts. Wed, 06 Jun 2018 11:06:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem111477 Digital printing breaks free from short run chains http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness111469.ink?newstype=i The latest generation of digital presses tackles the problems of colour consistency that have been a feature of the technology – until now. Tue, 05 Jun 2018 18:06:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem111469 Taylor-made high quality print and all that jazz http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness110963.ink?newstype=p Taylor Bloxham has enjoyed something of a topsy turvy recent history, something that CEO Robert Lockwood wants to file away with a strategy that focuses on the expertise the group's operations can bring to customers. Sun, 27 May 2018 15:05:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem110963 Finding an edge in the cutting game http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness110976.ink?newstype=d Guillotines may no longer be at the cutting edge of finishing technology as a growing number of options open up, but they retain the capability to become the factory's biggest bottleneck. Mon, 28 May 2018 13:05:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem110976 The signs on the wall, floor and curtains http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness111476.ink?newstype=x Sign & Digital demonstrated that display graphics are just the start for the expanding large format inkjet sector. Wed, 06 Jun 2018 10:06:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem111476 Digital drive to put Delga on the packaging map http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness111473.ink?newstype=i Delga Press is the best known name for printing packaging for the entertainment industry. Now the company wants to extend that to other areas of high profile packaging, using the quality of an HP Indigo to do so. Wed, 06 Jun 2018 08:06:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem111473 Print Scotland fears government choice jeopardises industry revival http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness111523.ink?newstype=b A new public procurement contract for government print in Scotland may end up in non Scottish hands to devastating effect, Print Scotland warns. Sun, 10 Jun 2018 18:06:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem111523 Gelato receives investment to become AirBnB of printing http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness111520.ink?newstype=p Online print business Gelato has received $20million in a new round of investment to build its global presence and expand its customer base. Sun, 10 Jun 2018 17:06:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem111520 Screen inkjet delivers quality that Cork has dreamt of http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness111521.ink?newstype=p Printondemand Worldwide achieves disruption ion the book market with manufacturing model based on the quality the Screen TruepressJet 520 SD delivers. Sun, 10 Jun 2018 17:06:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem111521 New Reach regulations could hit consumables supply http://www.printbusiness.co.uk/news/PrintBusiness111522.ink?newstype=a Pressroom chemicals may have different formulations, inks come with different resins and vanishes with changed components as new regulations mean more chemicals are caught in the net of regulation. Sun, 10 Jun 2018 17:06:00 GMT general@printbusiness.co.uk weblogItem111522