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Company to play an important role
in supporting the exhibition.
Xennia Technology has confirmed its participation at the InPrint 2014 industrial print show which will take place in Hannover, Germany, between the 8th – 10th April 2014 (Hall 21, stand K16) . It is the first trade exhibition solely committed to print technology for industrial manufacturing which Xennia is a founding partner and sponsor.
PROKOM production printing community
announced by Konica Minolta.
Konica Minolta has announced that it has founded and launched an independent European user group in February called PROKOM, as part of its ongoing commitment and support to the print industry.
Companies across Europe are being invited to join this production printing community of Konica Minolta bizhub PRESS users. The aim of PROKOM will be to help members share, develop and grow efficient digital communication services, as well as become a platform for members to express their "voice of customer".
Formal approval received for use in
Xaar recirculating inkjet printheads.
Xennia Technology has announced that its XenInx Zircon range of digital ceramic inkjet inks has been awarded formal approval for use in all models of the Xaar 1001 recirculating printheads. The company’s digital inks have been used in ceramic tile production environments in key markets for several years. Xennia said the inks provide ceramic tile manufacturers with the ability to create high colour intensity prints which deliver excellent print quality for both wall and floor tiles.
Logistics & Marketing activities to be
centralized at Mutoh Belgium.
Mutoh has announced what it terms as an organizational realignment across its EMEA business units. The company explained that the purpose was to strengthen its ‘go-to-market model’, optimize efficiency and performance in its logistics structures and to drive profitable growth.
New large format printer series
now available in Europe.
Ricoh has confirmed the European availability of its new Ricoh Pro L4100 latex large format printer series. The new roll-to-roll printer, officially available in the Irish market from March 2014, comes in 130cm (53 inch) or 160cm (63 inch) widths and supports up to seven colours in various configurations. In addition to CMYK, orange, green and white inks are also available. The Ricoh ProTM L4160 and L4130 have been developed to deliver high print productivity and quality as a result of technological innovations which include the Ricoh piezo electric print heads. As befits a company which has a strong commitment to sustainability in business and life, the new series also meets the market need for products that reduce environmental impacts printing through its use of aqueous latex ink and ability to operate with low power consumption.
Company continues to see upward trend
in investment in superwide and
wide format polyester fabrics.
UK based Soyang Europe, a leading supplier of European manufactured fabrics, is seeing a continued upward trend in customers investing in superwide and wide format polyester fabrics for use in soft signage, POS and exhibition installations. The company has reported a substantial year-on-year increase in sales, and one of the most popular products is the German-made Impact Prime backlit material.
RMC Digital opts for the benefits of
green LED curing in latest investment.
UK display specialist RMC Digital has taken delivery of its third printer in three years from EFI™. The company has just installed an EFI VUTEk® GS3250LX 3.2m flatbed and roll-fed machine that incorporates 'cool cure' LED curing. This latest investment follows on from its original decision to invest in a VUTEk printer when the company was first formed in 2010.
Devices aim to help users working on projects with other parties via online portals or cloud computing.
has released details about the launch of the Océ PlotWave 340 and Océ PlotWave 360 printers. The devices are aimed at helping technical users working on projects with other parties via online portals, or the cloud, and who require more flexibility from their multifunctional printing system. Canon
Design ensures stable feeding of
elastic materials, eco-conscious short run
production fabric manufacturing.
Mimaki has released details of a new addition to its family of digital textile inkjet printers, the Tx500-1800B. The company said it delivers high speed, high quality digital printing on a wide range of textiles, including cotton, silk, hemp and rayon and now joins a stable of machines such as the TS500-1800 and TS34-1800A to round out the Mimaki’s broad textile printing portfolio.