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

Mimaki’s entry-level flatbed has proven popular since it was first launched. Nessan Cleary check’s it out to see why.  

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. 

Canon’s latest iteration of its long running Arizona printers is the 1200 series but how well does this stand up? Nessan Cleary went to find out. 

Walter Hale takes a look at how nontechnology is likely to impact the world at large, and the word of print in particular.

Epson has updated its solvent signage printers but how much of an improvement are they? Nessan Cleary went to find out.

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.

The SolJet EJ640 is the latest in a long line of solvent printers from Roland but does it have anything new to offer? Nessan Cleary put it to the test.

As we experience huge leaps forward in augmented and virtual reality technology, Walter Hale scopes out the possible impact on the digital print market.

Conventional wisdom says that we can choose between speed or image quality, but Inca Digital’s new Onset X3 promises both. Nessan Cleary put it to the test.

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