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A historic type firm that’s still at the cutting edge

Next year sees the 300th anniversary of the company that is today called Caslon Ltd. In 1720, a London based engraver called William Caslon cut the punches for his first typeface, and went on to set up a foundry that bore his name.

The sky’s not the limit for this exporting superstar

Machines that convert large rolls of material into smaller more manageable rolls may not quite count as the unsung heroes of the industry, but they’re certainly vital and need both precision engineering and some of the latest tech. Who’d have thought that you could use Bluetooth in a slitter?

Star product: Fujifilm Jet Press 750S

A viable digital rival to B2 litho offset presses.

Me & my: Xerox Iridesse

Twenty one years ago David Ghent set up Minuteman Press in Bath as a small high-street print shop with two employees. This was one of the first of the originally US-based Minuteman franchise branches in the UK.

Star product: CorelDraw Graphics Suite 2019

Latest edition adds new features and sees a return to the Mac OS.

Essex business plotting to exceed your expectations

Blackman & White today is known as a builder of flatbed plotting and cutting tables that are mainly bought for large-format CNC applications including print signage, textiles and packaging.

Me & my: Durst Rhotex 325

Last July, Cardiff based large-format print specialist 3 Sixty expanded its textile printing with major investment in a 3.2m dye-sublimation printer and associated ancillaries.

Building on a long legacy of imaging expertise

When PrintWeek writes the word ‘phoenix’, it’s usually code for a company that has risen out of failure with a shiny new legal identity, miraculously escaping pesky encumbrances like debts and liabilities.

Me & my: Brausse Forza 900 C3

Glossop Cartons is a 37-year-old carton printing and conversion company based in Reddish, a suburb of Stockport.

Setting out to make the impossible possible

It’s now exactly 20 years since Graham Harris found a better way to crease paper, although at first he wasn’t sure how to actually make it.

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