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Author: Val Hirst

FESPA 2019 to showcase latest screen and digital solutions

With just over two weeks to go before the opening day of the show, a host of international screen, digital and textile printing manufacturers are getting ready to showcase the latest technologies and applications to the speciality print sector at FESPA Global Print Expo 2019, which will take place at Messe Munich, Germany, on 14th-17th May. Following the success of the 2018 Global Print Expo in Berlin, sign and print companies will gather once again in Munich to experience a wide variety of print technologies, consumables and materials from both leading brands and smaller businesses. Textile Print With Print...

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Inkcups to show and array of digital and pad printers

Inkcups, a leading supplier of digital inkjet printing equipment, will demonstrate the high-performance output of three digital printers, two pad printers and a laser plate-maker at FESPA Global Print Expo on Stand H70, Hall A5. The Inkcups stand will feature the company’s Helix, X5 and XJET digital printers. The Helix is a cylindrical inkjet printer engineered to print stunning CMYKWW+V full color on straight-walled and tapered cylinders, such as sports bottles, mixing glasses, barware, candles, stainless steel tumblers and more. The X5, a UV flatbed digital machine with five printheads for on-demand, full-colour prints on
flat and hard goods up...

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Sappi to highlight new solutions for dye sublimation

Sappi will use the occasion of FESPA Global Print Expo 2019 to present its range high-quality and versatile dye-sublimation papers and inkjet papers for large-format applications on Stand B30, Hall B6. Products on display will include Sappi’s Transjet portfolio of dye-sublimation papers, which can be used to customise fashion and home textiles, soft signage, hard substrates and sportswear in conjunction with heat transfer printing methods.  For large-format digital printing, Sappi is showcasing its large-format inkjet papers, including the Scrolljet range, which is suitable for outdoor applications, such as city light and mega light systems and combines a high tear...

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Porsche Designer wins Weerg 3D printing project award

Benjamin Nenert, designer and specialised technician of Porsche, is the winner of the 2019 edition of the Weerg 3D Printing Project Award, the social contest opened in early April. Commenting on the result, Matteo Rigamonti, the founder of weerg.com, the platform designed to offer CNC and 3D machining online, said: “Among the many nominations received on our Facebook and Instagram pages, we have chosen to award this project because it represents an example of simple creativity, as well as an intelligent integration of 3D and CNC technologies.” Weerg Award, designed to promote a culture of innovation and experimentation in...

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Royal honour for Natgraph

Nottingham-based Natgraph, the designer and manufacturer of industrial print drying and curing equipment has been recognised for its outstanding performance in the export of its products around the world. The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy has announced that Natgraph is among the 2019 winners of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise, -an honour that Her Majesty The Queen has personally approved. The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the most prestigious awards for UK businesses, recognising and celebrating business excellence across the UK. As winners, Natgraph have demonstrated outstanding success in its field of international trade. Founded in 1980,...

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