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Quarmby raises thousands for charity

Quarmby Colour has raised ?5,078.15 for the Candlelighters Children's Charity. The company, which took just ten days to organise the fundraising Candlelighters event at the Chevin Country Park Hotel in Leeds on the 27 November, wants to thank all sponsors and guests that attended evening which included a performance by the City Leeds Pipe Band followed by Yorkshires award winning Daniel Craig 'Elvis Tribute No1'.?

UV print curing centre opens in UK

A dedicated centre for showcasing and testing ground-breaking applications in high-output ultra-violet (UV) curing has been opened at Heyford Park near Oxford, UK by award-winning British systems developer Integration Technology (ITL). Founded in 2000, ITL designs and assembles a growing range of UV curing solutions for a variety of inkjet printing and industrial applications.

Twentyfourseven makes massive inks saving

Twentyfourseven is making savings of over 50% since switching its Mimaki JV3/160SP and Mimaki JV33/160 to Triangle inks in May this year. Managing director Alan Burton said: "We are delighted with our conversion. Not only are we saving a lot of money, the quality of the product is superb. The switchover was quick and easy, taking less than a day to install both bulk feed ink systems, and we're still using the same profiles as before."

Tone Digital scores with SA's first HP Scitex XP5300 printer

The first HP Scitex XP5300 printer to be installed in South Africa has gone into Tone Digital of Edenvale where it will enable the company to capture business from upcoming international sports events including the 2010 Soccer World Cup.

Get a free Mimaki Rip software upgrade

If you are a Mimaki RasterLink Pro Rip software user you can now get a free upgrade to the latest version if you're currently using Version 4 - and there's also an upgrade package for those with older versions.

Epson grows its UK large-format market share

Epson reckons it increased its UK share of the large format inkjet printing (LFP) market by 7.5% in the third quarter of 2009 resulting in a 71.5% total market share of all A2 - A0+ ?printers sold in the UK in the last quarter.

Canvas prints reduce noise pollution

Large-format graphic consumables supplier, ap denmark, has found a niche market with canvas graphics that can be used to reduce indoor noise pollution. The 'acoustic graphics' application developed by ap denmark and initially produced by Sumopix using HP Designjet printers and media, is seen as having potential in many public places such as schools, businesses, architecture firms and by managers of other public buildings.

Online film selector from Avery Dennison

Avery Dennison's graphics and reflective products division website now has an online colour selector showing what is available in each of the self-coloured ranges of Avery Graphics self-adhesive films. Users can also check product performance capabilities with the relevant technical datasheets online.


Sign and Digital UK attracts newcomers

The Sign and Digital UK show being held at the NEC next April is attracting a high number of new exhibitors according to the organisers. Over 70 exhibitors have now booked their stand, including newcomers like The Allsigns Group, Trade Sign Supplies, Eurobond Adhesives and Print United.

Retail sector show worth a look

If you produce print for the retail sector it may be worth attending, or even exhibiting at easyFairs Interiors Fit-Out and Retail 2010 which takes place at London's ExCeL on 5 - 6 May.

Spandex to sell new Mutoh Kona series of cutting plotters

Spandex is selling all three models of the new Mutoh Kona range of multi-purpose vinyl cutting plotters. The models, which handle media up to 1mm in thickness, are: the Kona SCL-760, with a maximum sheet/roll media width of 1000mm; the Kona SCL-1400 with maximum sheet/roll media width of 1640mm; and the Kona SCL-1650, with a maximum sheet/roll media width of 1890mm.

Icon expands via event company acquisition

In a move designed to strengthen its event and brand services portfolio Icon has bought event production company MEI.?John Francis, managing director of Icon, said: "There is an obvious synergy between our two businesses and there is no doubt that this new arrangement will bring real benefit to both existing and new customers in terms of the depth of experience and breadth of knowledge we are now able to offer."?

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