Epson have announced a new solution designed for creating dye-sublimation photo panels and other rigid substrates. New Epson DS Transfer Photo Paper, a high-quality, lightweight dye-sublimation transfer paper, combined with Epson SureColor® F-Series dye-sublimation printers, inks and Wasatch RIP support, creates a complete solution designed to produce rigid photos with advanced print quality and vibrant images with minimal grain, consistency and reliability.
Epson will run at least seven different printer models at The Print Show this year. These will demonstrate the breadth of applications and high quality results achievable from its dye sublimation, textile, label, photographic, POS and signage printers.
In 2015, a working group from SWS Board Technology met the Epson team to explain their printing requirements, including their need to run printers for 15 consecutive hours a day.
From video assistant referees (VARs) to goal-line technology, many state-of-the-art technologies operate in the background for the success of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Sergey Babenko, the CEO of Simvol, who is one of the official signage producers for the 21st FIFA World Cup, reflects on one technology that is often overlooked, but has massively contributed to the look and feel of the biggest football event of the year: digital printing.
Northern Flags, which has a 33-year history in supplying flags, has been inundated with enquiries for the St George’s Cross flags since the World Cup started so they were approached by BBC Look North to discuss the impact the World Cup had had on their business. The company designed this new ‘waistcoat design’ flag to celebrate England’s progression in the World Cup which was captured by the Television cameras when they arrived to interview MD Iain Clasper-Cotte. Since appearing on BBC Look North news they’ve received a rush of orders.