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Are you looking to upgrade to UV LED technology?

Learn why Grafiche Antiga chose GEW’s LeoLED curing system when they upgraded their sheetfed press.

Best of British: The road to success

Taopix was one of the first software developers to come up with a commercially successful system that allowed printers to implement web-to-print ordering for photobooks, since expanded to a range of...

The direct approach to apparel

Printing to garments and other accessories is an excellent way to get into the growing apparel market, covering everything from promotional clothing through to fashion and sportswear.

Coatings clean & green

Nu-Coat prides itself on being the world’s first carbon-neutral manufacturer of self-adhesive products for the sign and graphics sectors. Only set up in 2018 and despite the challenges of lockdowns...

Reliving the colours of an earlier world

It’s easy to think of the past in black and white. The family photographs, movies, books and magazines we see from 100 years ago or older, are resolutely monochrome. We know that people of the times...

Best of British: The genies of the lamp

Just as the UK has a cluster of inkjet developers which one way or another can trace their origins back to Cambridge University colleges, it also has a crop of innovative UV curing lamp makers whose...

Labelexpo Europe 2023: More than just labelling

Labelexpo Europe made a welcome return in Brussels in September, after the lockdown hiatus, with manufacturers taking a broader focus than purely labels.

Best of British: Industrial inkjet’s wizards

Here’s another pioneering British developer that grew up in the inkjet hothouse around Cambridge.

GEW’s headquarters and production facility in Crawley, West Sussex

Lighting the way

We’ve built up quite a library of Best of British stories now, but Crawley- based UV lamp maker GEW (EC) might just claim the title of ‘most British’ to date.

Making connections: assessing the UK’s MIS landscape

Management information systems or MIS, is a fairly loose and fluid group of computerised financial, production and sales support tools.

Linotype factory in 1898.

Best of British: A Christmas compendium

Grace’s Guide is an online, free-access treasure trove of British industrial history.