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What technical developments are going to create the biggest impact in large-format in 2017? Richard Stuart-Turner investigates.

What’s happening in the world of substrates that will give large-format PSPs an edge? Richard Stuart-Turner looks at what’s new, what’s unusual and what’s coming up.

What are the latest developments that can help large-format PSPs streamline their workflow to create a more profitable business? Richard Stuart-Turner investigates.

As we reflect on another inkjet dominated Drupa, Richard Stuart-Turner asks ‘what are the implications of industry-wide developments for the large-format print service provider?’

Very healthy R&D budgets leading to significant innovations in ink. Simon Creasy reports.

Are you still arguing over whether to buy a router or cutting table? Nessan Cleary helps solve your dilemma.

The key to getting good, repeatable results from any digital printer lies in the quality of the profiles that you use with it as Nessan Cleary reports. 

At first glance there appeared to be a distinct lack of new large-format inkjet hardware at this year’s Fespa Digital show… but there were a few surprises tucked away. Nessan Cleary reports.

Textile printing has inkjet printer manufacturers excited, but how’s the technology squaring up to the demands of sign and display printers? Nessan Cleary investigates.

Many printers offer options such as white ink or varnish, but is it worthwhile paying for these extra? Nessan cleary investigates.

Management information systems have a certain reputation among some large-format PSPs for failing to meet the sector’s specific needs. Image Reports asked four MIS providers some of the key questions PSPs regularly pose.

Ink development is pushing ahead on wider fronts as OEMs and third party suppliers chase environmental and technology benefits as John Taylor reports.

It has been said that with inkjet, any surface is a possible medium. So how’s that impacting substrate development? John Taylor asks ‘where now?’It has been said that with inkjet, any surface is a possible medium. So how’s that impacting substrate development? John Taylor asks ‘where now?’

Web-to-print is get to gain a real foothold in the digital wide-format space despite print buyers wanting to use it. John Taylor considers the issues.

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