InfoTrends, a division of Keypoint Intelligence, is pleased to release a new research study entitled Looking for BIG Opportunity in Graphic Communications & Specialty Printing. This study identifies key trends, investments, opportunities, and best practices of firms that offer sign, display, and specialty graphics.
Fujifilm today announces the release of a new machine in its Acuity series, the Acuity LED 1600R. This accessible, dedicated roll-to-roll printer is optimised for four-colour CYMK printing, but otherwise shares all the benefits in quality and performance of the highly successful Acuity LED 1600 II hybrid model. The first public demonstration of this new model will take place at C!Print Lyon 6th-8th February 2018 on the Fujifilm stand (2L36). It will be commercially available on the 1st of March.
Sign & Digital UK (SDUK) have announced that it will introduce a brand-new TV studio and three new demonstration areas to the 2018 show, taking place 24 to 26 April at the NEC in Birmingham.
On 30 January, version three of the newly titled BPIF Colour Quality Management Certification Scheme is being launched at the St Bride Foundation in London. The new scheme has been simplified to enable more companies to demonstrate their commitment to excellence in colour management. The launch results from feedback from all interested parties since the first publishing in 2010 of the ISO 12647 Colour Management Certification Scheme.
Konica Minolta has revealed important market updates for its AccurioJet KM-1 inkjet digital press, which was commercially launched at drupa in 2016. More than 30 worldwide installations have been achieved, including new ones in Europe for January and February this year.
Massivit 3D Printing Technologies, the leading provider of large format 3D printing solutions for visual communication applications, today announced that Columbus (OH)-based creative design company, Eclipse Corp. has installed a Massivit 1800 3D Printing Solution to drive new business and differentiate its service offering against traditional print company competitors.
Epson have announced it will host its fourth annual Epson Digital Couture Project on Feb. 6, 2018, leading up to Fashion Week in New York City. Designers from North and Latin America will leverage Epson’s world-class textile printing solutions to create fashion designs built around the theme “Cosmopolitan Couture with Impossible Colors – How Does Your Culture Dress-up?” This unique fashion presentation will showcase the design possibilities made possible with Epson’s digital imaging technology.