Adobe opens doors to worldwide print network

Adobe has added a kind of web-to-print capability to its Adobe Express AI content creation app, with the vision of enabling “a growing ecosystem of print partners”.

ECO3 ends supply deal with Heidelberg UK

ECO3 has ended its long-standing plate supply agreement with Heidelberg UK.

Ricoh revives film camera with new model

Ricoh has gone retro with the launch of a new compact film camera.

Adobe hit with lawsuit over subs

Adobe is facing a government lawsuit in the US alleging that the software giant’s subscription policies have violated legislation designed to protect consumers.

Adobe users cry foul over new terms

Adobe has moved to reassure users about how it accesses their content – and will clarify its Terms of Use acceptance – after an online backlash.

Kodak boss: 'we help printers thrive'

Kodak launched a new, improved version of its Sonora process-free plate at Drupa, while celebrating 20 years since the plate was first introduced.

ePS takes wraps off Nubium

eProductivity Software (ePS) is promising “rapid deployment” for users of its new Nubium cost-efficient, cloud-based MIS with some customers up and running in merely a matter of hours.

Fujifilm's expanded portfolio draws crowds

Fujifilm’s booth was “incredibly busy” on day one of Drupa with crowds flocking to see its much-enlarged portfolio.

Unlocking the power of automated scheduling with your MIS

Discover how to take a data-driven approach to scheduling to meet the needs of your customers with the latest integration between ePS Tharstern and PrintFlow 4D.

The Cron produces around 700 plates a month for Ruddocks

Ruddocks switches to Cron CTP

Lincoln mixed-discipline printer and creative agency Ruddocks has switched over to a Cron CTP platemaker for its Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 75.