The latest edition of Sign Africa Journal is online. The front cover story focuses on Parrot Displays driving its digital signage products, ensuring both suppliers and customers are up to speed with their technology and uses.
Other features include:
An economic downturn survival kit: how to keep your SME afloat
With the rough storms of the economy we find ourselves in, it is time to get prepared. The key to surviving an economic downturn is preparation. If you don’t have a survival plan in place you may not remain afloat during bad economic times.
Versatile and scalable: features add up to profitability in digital cutting
Digital cutting systems have come a long way from stencilled vinyl to the point where small business owners can, with the touch of a button, cut the simplest corners and the most intricate designs into cloth, cardboard, glass or even metal — all from the comfort of their very own workplace.
The screen printer’s handbook: form procedures
In this series, screen printing expert Charlie Taublieb explains print production form and print strike-off form procedures.
Discover digital printing start-up opportunities with the Sign Africa Expo
According to Printing SA CEO Steve Thobela, even during tough economic times, there are opportunites for entrepreneurs to gain a foothold, and the printing industry is no exception. Smaller operations are flexible enough to adapt quickly to change and take advantage of gaps in the market.
The benefits of UV LED technology
UV LED technology allows for a broader range of print applications and substrates, such as heat-sensitive and delicate media, which allows printers to enter new markets. It also boasts operational and power savings and has environmental benefits.
CorelDRAW! 2017: new name, new features, new possibilities
Corel Corporation announced a new release of their flagship software in 2017. This article features a quick run-through of the product.
2018 EFI Connect Conference presents production opportunities with advanced inkjet innovations
Many of the new opportunities for customers discussed at the 19th Annual EFI Connect Conference, held from 23-26 January in Las Vegas, reflected a market redefinition happening for the print industry in the wake of continued digital industrial transformation.
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