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Agile printers can make the world their oyster

This is the fourth industrial revolution, says Andy Cork from his hyper-connected printing operation. As such its engine room is powered neither by manufacturing nor automation, but silent software – connecting, analysing, optimising. “And that is very powerful,” he says.

Premium prezzies for print fanatics

If you’re still searching for a truly special gift for a print devotee, then look no further – you’ve come to the right place.

Fairytale machines are rewriting bedtime reading

Once upon a time, the personalisation of a children’s book simply meant having a particular child’s name appear on the cover. At the time, it was mind-boggling, like something out of, well, a children’s book.

Books take off as readers rekindle a love of print

It’s fair to say that the mood at the recent London Book Fair was pretty upbeat. Nielsen Book Research provided its latest findings on the eve of the show and its report made for positive reading – particularly for book printers.

Finishing for digital books all sewn up

There’s a consensus that the digital book printing market is growing, which of course means more demand for book finishing.

Reawakening of franchise brings a plethora of print

It’s not for nothing that movie and cultural critics have called the omnipresent Star Wars movies a cradle-to-grave entertainment experience. Appearing in regular installments throughout the past five decades, Star Wars seems to have been with us forever.

Stocking-fillers for print enthusiasts young and old

If you are stuck for ideas of what to stack under the Christmas tree, look no further. Whether you’re on a tight budget or looking to splash the cash, these sector-specific goodies will deliver festive cheer.

The theories that could give you a very practical edge

The printing industry has never been more competitive than it is today. Advances in technology have increasingly taken the guesswork – and to some extent the skill – out of producing high-quality print jobs time and time again.

Take your print out of the gutter

In a market where even digital print is becoming commoditised, the once-humble bindery is emerging as the place to add value and hopefully restore profits. Short-run or one-off books and brochures can be given a bespoke treatment that customers will pay big money for, yet if you organise yourself the production costs are a fraction of that.

Aspiring authors need printers with the write stuff

Printed books are doing rather well. Bookseller Foyles posted an 8.1% increase, year on year, in printed books sales for December 2014, while Waterstones says sales of physical books rose 5% in the same period.

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