WardJet has launched its new CNC waterjet website, wardjet.com, offering waterjet cutting solutions. This includes a new look and instant access to WARDJet products, options, software, and support. Here are some highlights about the site: Read about specific industries they serve and recommendations for the best WARDJet products. This also includes a new ‘featured work’…
Xaar, an inkjet manufacturer, has launched ‘Sure Flow’, its new ultrasonic self-cleaning mode, designed to help users keep their print at its best and without the need to remove the printhead at any stage during the process. With Xaar’s TF Technology ink recirculation, a regularly maintained printhead is extremely unlikely to block. However, external factors…
Durst Phototechnik AG, a manufacturer of professional digital imaging systems, has invested to supply the Canadian industry with inkjet solutions in Canada’s ever-growing digital printing market. Philip Hampson brings a wealth of experience as a veteran in the printing industry. He has previously served in several national sales roles supporting various print markets. “I have…
Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, has launched the world’s first aqueous inkjet models to include Fluorescent Pink ink. Comprised of the 24-inch image PROGRAF GP-2000, 44-inch image PROGRAF GP-4000, 24-inch image PROGRAF GP-200 and 36-inch imagePROGRAF GP-300, the imagePROGRAF GP series produces vivid neon colours for high value-added output and graphics…
Over the past few years, inkjet has taken giant leaps into many areas of printing—from graphics and large-format signs to new applications, such as printing on a wider variety of surfaces for decoration (glass, ceramic tile), manufacturing processes (printed electronics), and 3D additive manufacturing.
Xaar has opened its new global headquarters in Cambridgeshire with a ceremony presided over by Chairman Andrew Herbert, CEO John Mills, CFO Ian Tichias and General Manager of the printhead business unit Graham Tweedale, alongside members of the team.
Although demand has temporarily fallen from previous highs in some areas, the manufacturing and production capabilities of the industry’s sectors remain steady despite the challenges, with planning and development activities there largely continuing in readiness for post-pandemic recovery.
Solvent-based inkjet printing has long been the sign industry’s ‘go-to’ technology for the production of display graphics, vehicle wraps and many other wide-format applications. While it is no longer new to the industry, it has maintained its relevancy even as other options have gained mainstream acceptance, such as ultraviolet-curing (UV-curing) and durable aqueous ‘latex’ inkjet printers.
As more commercial PSPs and signmakers are making the leap into wide-format graphics, it is important to understand where the best opportunities are for growth and new revenue streams. Among such opportunities, dimensional printing stands out—in more ways than one.
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