Hertfordshire-based White Space Creative has replaced its old eco solvent printer with a Ricoh Latex L4160AR supplied by Josero.

Lancashire based printer KT Litho has invested in a Mimaki JFX-200 as a way of diversifying the business to offer customers a more bespoke service.

Sales of the ground-breaking Massivit 1800 3D Printer have surpassed expectations and are now well into double-figures worldwide.

This year the third BSGA British Sign Awards attracted entries from some truly world class projects, leaving the judging panel with an immensely difficult task in choosing which one should receive the ultimate accolade – the 2016 Sign of the Year Award.

Canon Europe says it is gearing up to launch a UV gel printing technology for a new line of roll-to-roll printers next year that will offer large format print providers an unprecedented combination of productivity, image quality, application range, automation and low cost of operation.

Caldera has announced that HP has confirmed that its V11 RIP suite has passed the variety of print tests needed to achieve certification for use with HP’s Latex 500 series printers.

Inca Digital has appointed Perfect Colours as UK distributor for its new Inca SpyderX dual flatbed/roll-to-roll printer. The SpyderX is the first model to be sold through Inca’s reseller network which also includes Schneidler Grafiska in Sweden, and Digital HiRes in Spain.

HP has unveiled its new HP Latex 300 Printer series, introducing a range of versatility and productivity advancements to the range.

Kettering-based signage, exhibition graphics and specialist wide format producers, Artisan Signs has invested in a new Mimaki UJV55-320 grand format LED UV inkjet printer supplied by Preston-based Mimaki reseller, Granthams.

Yorkshire based graphic display specialist Leach has secured its largest ever contract – part of the world’s biggest heritage project – with a £2.5m assignment that will see a 20-strong Leach team spend 18 months producing a new visitor experience for the National Museum of Kuwait.

Fujifilm India Private Limited (a wholly owned subsidiary of Fujifilm Holdings Corporation) says it has launched its first ever ’made in India’ eco solvent printer - the Vybrant 1800 - that has been specifically designed to provide the value for money proposition that Indian customers wanted.

Mimaki has announced a new JFX200-2531 flatbed printer for 2017 with a print area twice the size of its predecessor and a unique “toggle print” function that increases productivity and improves continuous running capability by allowing operators to load one board while another is printing.

Mimaki has unveiled two new UJF printer models at Viscom Paris, which takes place from 6 to 8 September in Paris. The UJF-3042 MkII and the UJF-6042 MkII are the latest generation of UV flatbed printers from Mimaki, replacing earlier models UJF-3042HG and UJF-6042, respectively.

Mimaki says it is adding value to the print production process with three new software solutions that drive accurate brilliant colour, attracting attention in an ever-more-colourful world with the Artista Textile Color Collection, Mimaki Profile Master 3 (MPM3) for advanced printer profiling, and RasterLink6 Version 5.0. All are designed to help printers deliver accurate, repeatable colour across multiple devices and locations.

FASTSIGNS franchise owner Mark Davies has put the pedal to the metal by reaching a podium finish in a Ginetta Supercup car race. Davies recently finished third in the Ginetta Supercup’s race at Oulton Park racing track and is on course for more success as the competition continues.

Lancashire based KT Litho is a long established commercial printer that has diversified its service offering with the addition of wide format printing.

When Dublin-based COVERUP looked to upgrade its Mimaki CJV30-130, the company went straight to Mimaki reseller Reprocentre and invested in the latest generation JV300 solvent printer. Now, as well as producing high-end graphics and print jobs, the the JV300 has enabled the company to devise a whole new way of producing canvas awnings.

PressOn helped their client, the Flower Council of Holland, create a giant 35 square metre installation described as a “living painting” using digital print and 26,500 real flowers. The work was commissioned to celebrate the support of www.funnyhowflowersdothat.co.uk an initiative of the Flower Council for the Dutch Flowers exhibition at the National Gallery that runs until 29 August 2016.

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