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Wide-format consumables supplier Innotech Digital has developed a new ‘essentials’ range of self-adhesive vinyls and laminates to plug gaps in its portfolio.
Machinery supplier Engelmann & Buckham (E&B) has started to offer Italian manufacturer Sitma’s new Cobot 'collaborative robot' to the UK market.
Parkside has launched what it believes is a unique fully recyclable single-polymer laminate for crisp, drink and tobacco packaging.
A new range of products that can be buried after use and will then sprout flowers has been launched by a sustainability focused printer.
Antalis is ramping up the roll-out of its Easystock inventory management software ahead of its full subscription launch next year.
Roland DG has launched the Texart RT-640M, the first machine in its Texart range that is capable of printing both direct-to-fabric (DTF) and dye-sub onto transfer paper.
Ricoh is to expand its wide-format roll-to-roll offering with the addition of the new Pro L5130 and Pro L5160 printers.
Three specialists across film and finishing have teamed up to offer a free lamination film starter pack with Foliant laminators.
Heidelberg UK has unveiled an bespoke line of delivery systems from Palamides, designed to run inline with its Stahlfolder range.
Roland DG has launched an eight-colour eco-solvent printer that it claims "offers the widest colour gamut in its class for outdoor durable graphics".
Spandex has rolled out its first chrome film launch as one of four new colours and effects from its 3M 1080 wrap film series of colour-change wrapping vinyls.