22 July 2019
| by Simon Creasey
Over its more than 35-year history ImageData Group has continuously invested in the latest technology to ensure it offers its customer as broad a range of services as possible. And this technology continuously needs refreshing as older machines come to the end of their natural life.
01 April 2019
| by Barney Cox
4edge was set-up back in 2003 to offer a solution for publishers to produce their back lists. When it started key to its proposition was a combination of cutting-edge finishing and digital printing tech centred on the then new and innovative Horizon BQ-270 perfect binder.
09 October 2017
| by Simon Eccles
Black on white is still the clearest way to print text for easy reading, which explains why there are so many mono presses on the market dedicated to book work.
10 March 2014
| by Richard Stuart-Turner
By the firm’s own admission, you may have to look elsewhere if you need half a million Delia Smith books printed. But for smaller book and magazine printing jobs, Yorkshire-based Hart & Clough fits the bill perfectly. The company has moved along with technological advancements over the years, its last upgrade being a Komori Lithrone S529.
03 March 2011
| by Tim Sheahan
While primarily bought to boost the company's mono output, TJ International says having the option of digital colour extends its capabilities