I recently caught up with Paddy O’Hara, John Corrall and Veena Sarojiniamma of Industrial Inkjet Ltd in Cambridge, UK to speak to them, and to view their new inkjet wallpaper printing machine. This machine represents a departure into new territory for the integrator who previously had built its business around developing bespoke technology with inkjet for a variety of manufacturing uses. I visited them to find out more.
Electronics For Imaging (EFI), which has its headquarters in Silicon Valley (USA), has been providing products and solutions for the printing industry for over 20 years. Thanks to digital printing, there are no limits regarding individualisation and decoration of wooden surfaces.
Sihl has recently signed up to become one of the InPrint Blog's Knowledge Partners for the next 12 months. As part of their participation with us, we have started by asking David Radtke, Head of Group Marketing a few questions about the German manufacturer to discover more about their products and their views on the future of industrial printing.
Marvin Foreman, Tonejet’s Worldwide Sales Manager, explores how digital printing for packaging can add a competitive edge for local brands…
Before we launched the Pure Digital Show, we asked people in the digital printing industry a simple question.
Why does digital print still represent less than 3% of all printing?
Following a decade of industrial inkjet innovation, ongoing expansion, and continued growth, GIS has moved to new headquarters within St John’s Innovation Park in Cambridge, UK. Staying in the heart of the Cambridge inkjet cluster, GIS has moved to larger premises within St John’s Innovation Park, doubling capacity to 10,000 sq. ft and launched new branding to take them confidently into the next decade of growth.
InPrint 2017, the Exhibition for Industrial Print Technology, will take place from 14 – 16 November 2017 in Hall A6 of the Munich Trade Fair Centre in Germany. The main theme of this year’s event is “Creating value with individualised products”, to reflect the trend towards adding value to products by means of individualisation. A total of 118 exhibitors from 17 countries have already secured their stand space at the third InPrint show in Germany.
Industrial Inkjet Ltd UK (IIJ) is a manufacturer of custom digital print engines, development tools, kits and equipment based on Konica Minolta inkjet printheads and has announced the creation of a U.S. based subsidiary. The new corporation will do business as Industrial Inkjet Ltd USA and will be located in Golden, Colorado at the foot of the Rocky Mountains.
Next week we run the LiT Summit in Cambridge for a select group of industrial print leaders. This blog asks the question as to whether our businesses are best suited to effective adaptation?
Costas Papaikonomou is delivering the Keynote Speech at the LiT (Leaders in Technology) Summit on 28th June in Cambridge. An author of several books on innovation and the Co-Founder of the Amsterdam-based innovation agency, Happen, in this interview we ask him a few questions about innovation, the challenges, and potential of trying to make new stuff happen.
Meteor further expands its product portfolio with the addition of the PDC-6GMA Print Driver Card and GMA Development Kit for use with FUJIFILM Dimatix Si-MEMS Samba™ GMA 33 printheads.
Richard Askam will be presenting at the LiT Summit on 28th June in Cambridge. The theme of leadership, technology and entrepreneurship aligns perfectly both with Richard’s story and his experience and vision for personalisation for digital printing. In this blog we talk about how he adapted his business and his view on the challenges and opportunities for digital printing.
‘Flexible and Informal but always serious’
I was recently lucky enough to visit the offices of leading Dutch Designer, Printer and Décor specialist – DE Resolutie – and their business certainly showcases what they can do. Their offices are a creative ‘menagerie’ of digital Print – they live and breathe their vision .
InPrint exhibitor, Amica Systems is a unique developer and manufacturer of industrial inkjet solutions. Back in 1988, Amica established in California, the United States. For 29 years, Amica has been dedicated to the R&D of industrial graphics processing, color management, and industrial inkjet printing technology. In this blog, Patrick Citroen explains more about the technology and in particular the C324PA.