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MATCH MADE IN PRINT HEAVEN

McGowans Digital Print has partnered with Canon Ireland to install the Océ Colorado 1640 in its Dublin office The new machine is intended to provide customers with technology driven solutions while also improving quality, value and production times. Commenting on the new partnership, Malcom McGowan, owner at McGowans Digital Print, said: “We have had the

By |2019-06-20T08:27:00-07:00March 22nd, 2019|Categories: WHAT'S NEW IN PRINT|0 Comments

A NEW CHAPTER

The National Print Museum is on the hunt for a new home Since the early 90’s, the National Print Museum has been located at the old Garrison Chapel in Beggars Bush Barracks on Haddington Road. The Museum, which is housed in an OPW building and leased free of charge, was officially opened by then-President Mary

By |2019-06-20T08:27:51-07:00March 22nd, 2019|Categories: WHAT'S NEW IN PRINT|0 Comments

HERMA NEW ‘THIN RANGE’ LABEL STOCK

HERMA has launched a new, lightweight label stock featuring thinner label paper (70 g/m2) and an especially adapted adhesive that features a multi-layer technology developed by the company. Two different layers of adhesive – each with special characteristics – are applied at the same time. This allows both the adhesive and the converting parameters to

By |2019-06-20T08:29:18-07:00March 22nd, 2019|Categories: WHAT'S NEW IN PRINT|0 Comments

ANTALIS BRINGS ‘WOW’ FACTOR TO PACKAGING INNOVATIONS

If you’re heading to Packaging Innovations 2019 at Birmingham’s NEC this month, pop along to the Antalis display. The stand, which has been created using Xanita’s ultra-lightweight and sustainable composite fibre-board, will show how tailored packaging solutions can improve sustainability, cut costs and inject the ‘WOW’ factor into the customer experience. In addition as part

By |2019-06-20T08:32:27-07:00March 22nd, 2019|Categories: WHAT'S NEW IN PRINT|0 Comments

LATEST SOFTWARE FROM AGFA

Agfa Graphics recently hosted its bi-annual Apogee User Conference, attracting over 60 attendees from across the UK. New product demonstrations from Agfa were on show during the event, while guests also had the opportunity to provide input into the company’s workflow software strategies. The latest release of Agfa’s workflow software Apogee was the main focus

By |2019-06-20T08:35:47-07:00March 22nd, 2019|Categories: WHAT'S NEW IN PRINT|0 Comments

TAKING PACKAGING TO THE NEXT LEVEL AT DRUPA 2020

Touchpoint packaging 2020, a designated area at drupa, will show visitors exactly how innovative printing technologies are contributing to the future of packaging. Key issues will include customisation and personalisation, digitalisation, security and authentication. The aim of Touchpoint is to present concepts and the latest knowledge about new packaging production, finishing technologies and substrates, culminating

By |2019-06-20T08:36:51-07:00March 22nd, 2019|Categories: WHAT'S NEW IN PRINT|0 Comments

NEW METALLIC UV INK FROM MIMAKI

Mimaki Europe has released a new UV-curable metallic ink, named MUH-100-Si. The ink is compatible with Mimaki’s UJF-7151plus printer. Created by mixing a bright pigment into the ink, MUH-100-Si can place metallic ink directly onto the product without the need for a separate manual transfer process, as is the case when applying glitters or foils

By |2019-06-20T08:38:37-07:00March 22nd, 2019|Categories: WHAT'S NEW IN PRINT|0 Comments

NEW SOFTWARE FROM RICOH

New software solutions from Ricoh are set to make Print Service Providers’ lives that bit easier. Ricoh Supervisor and Ricoh Communications Manager (RCM) have been designed to help the profitable management of increasingly diverse and often complex jobs. Ricoh Supervisor is an interactive Internet of Things solution, focused on collecting and securely storing operational data

By |2019-06-20T08:39:41-07:00March 22nd, 2019|Categories: WHAT'S NEW IN PRINT|0 Comments

PRINTLAB OPENS AT NATIONAL PRINT MUSEUM

PrintLab is the latest event to open at the National Print Museum. The aim of the event is to create an understanding of the traditional craft of letterpress printing through hands-on workshops for families and children aged from 4-12 years of age. Project artist for PrintLab is letterpress printer, Mary Plunkett, who will lead the

By |2019-05-27T04:31:20-07:00March 22nd, 2019|Categories: WHAT'S NEW IN PRINT|0 Comments