Software company PrintFactory will run a ‘What’s Your Number?’ quiz at Fespa Global, inviting PSPs to explore the three stages of digital automation - improvements in colour management, the automation of repetitive tasks, and the move to lights-out production - and let it know where they think they’re at.
New from HP comes the Stitch S series digital textile printers, incorporating the 64in Stitch S300 and S500, and the 126in S1000. A range of dye-sub papers has also been introduced. RA Smart (CAD & Machinery) will be the exclusive UK and Ireland specialist reseller for the Stitch range.
Mimaki Europe will use Fespa Global to display a new UV LED large-format printer for the first time in the EMEA region. It will also demonstrate its new Simple POP software - enabling shop-owners to create and design their own signage. The software connects directly to Rasterlink for an automated workflow from design to print and cut on Mimic’s UCJV series.
The British Sign and Graphics Association (BSGA) has officially changed its name to ISA-UK, powered by BSGA (ISA-UK), in reference to its affiliation with the US-based International Sign Association. The name-change coincides with the appointment of a new president and vice-president.
Zund is bringing DLC-coated router bits to the market. The coating reduces friction and increases wear resistance, particularly beneficial in routing applications involving aluminium, aluminium composites, wood, and PVC.
On 24 May the ICC is holding an Experts' Day on colour management in printing on non-paper substrates using wide-format printing. The meeting will be hosted by Barbieri Electronic at Durst’s headquarters in Brixen/Bressanone, Italy.