Drytac Film Used To Create Eye-Catching Display Signage

Illinois-based HugePrints recently completed a project for the World of Wheels car show in Chicago using Drytac’s Polar Chrome, a silver satin reflective PET...

Durst Hybrid Solution Speeds Up Production

The major benefits of the Durst P5 include unattended overnight production, five-layer printing options and multi-roll track systems that mean more than one customer job...

Is The Migration To Digital Printing Being Accelerated?

Focus Label Machinery discusses how changes in behaviour and disruptions in supply chains during this year have affected the textile printing industry, and whether...

Old Aircraft Is Restored With Grafityp Wrap Material

In collaboration with Drone Port (Brustem, Belgium), a number of officers of the Belgian Air Force have completely restored a 50-year-old Mirage.  Simulation flights can...

Mimaki Europe Appoints New Managing Director

Takahiro Hiraki joined Mimaki Engineering in 1997 as a sales representative for the Mimaki CF-series. Over the next 20 years, he remained with Mimaki,...

Marabu Announces New Auxiliaries For Ink System

Marabu has announced that a combination of its new Adhesion Modifier TP-HV 1 and Hardener H 4 can optimise respective printing procedures. Adhesion Modifier TP-HV...

Zünd Reports Cutter Is Still In Service Three Decades Later

Graphic Box took delivery of their P-1200 Zünd cutter in August 1990, five years after starting up their business in Central London. At the...

Mimaki Discusses Industrial Market Trends

Mimaki hosted a webinar titled ‘Industrial Market Edition’, which focused on the impact of Covid-19 on the digital printing industry and the industrial and manufacturing...

Three Myths Of Print Workflow Management

Jonathan Malone-McGrew of Solimar Systems examines three common myths about workflow management systems, and explains why making the switch could benefit far more than...

How To Prevent Silvering When Laminating Printing Jobs

According to Drytac, silvering is a common issue that occurs when laminating a printed job. It is caused by tiny bubbles of air getting...