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At Roland DG, we get very excited when we launch new devices and why wouldn’t we? It makes us proud when our investment in research and development results in ground-breaking new solutions. It’s easy to forget that our already-established devices are still changing lives and helping jump-start new businesses.
The new superwide format machine, launched in 2018, was installed at GlavPrint in February 2019.
When it comes to stamping its creative authority on the world of fashion and design, Emporio Armani certainly knows how to make a statement.
When architects and designers Tomaso Boano and Jonas Pri?montas, owners at London-based architectural firm Boano Pri?montas, were asked to exhibit their landscape installation, Alphabet, at Crate Brewery in Hackney, they initially planned to stage an existing project. However, after visiting the space, they were inspired to push the boundaries of creativity at the venue. The traditional white brick walls of the brewery – normally used as a blank base for hanging small pictures or paintings – could be turned into large windows on an infinite landscape to take the experience of urban Londoners to the next level. Only one piece of the puzzle was missing: how to decorate such large walls with 1:1 scale landscape pictures? The solution came from Mimaki EMEA who produced the prints in their Amsterdam showroom.
Honfleur, France-based BS2i has invested in superior inkjet technology for its customers with the purchase of a new EFI Vutek 5r+ LED superwide roll-to-roll printer from Electronics For Imaging, Inc. The printer allows the company to produce premium-quality prints at a high speed and lowers the company's running costs thanks to its LED technology.
Papergraphics, reseller for HPs new latex R-series, helped introduce the R2000 machine at Dundee-printer, Tayprint.
The Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP), the leading authority in sustainable printing certification for print manufacturers, is pleased to announce recent achievements in sustainable printing from innovative certified facility, Bolger. Certified since 2017, Bolger has achieved zero production landfill status, an impressive accomplishment meaning that all waste from its production process is managed sustainably.
With the help of PrintFactory, leading signage company Signtech has transformed their workflow - achieving consistent colour output across devices and boosting production by 25%. Harnessing PrintFactory’s cloud-based solution has also had the hidden impact of improving staff morale as a result of efficiency gains that have significantly reduced overtime.