05 March 2018
| by Simon Eccles
Hine Labels in Rotherham loved its second digital colour press, a Dainippon Screen Truepress Jet 350UV+ narrow-web UV inkjet model installed a couple of years ago.
27 January 2014
| by Jenny Roper
Going against the grain and defining yourself by your difference to everyone else isn’t always a great idea. Just look at John McCririck. But sometimes it really does pay to be just a little bit different.
27 September 2013
| by Jenny Roper
You'd expect an invite to Buckingham Palace to be just a bit fancy. And you'd expect that, as such, it would probably have had all manner of special finishing techniques lavished upon it, either through extra units on a litho press or a specialist foiling machine for example.
15 April 2013
| by Barney Cox
It doesn't take a master sleuth to deduce that Brunel Engraving isn't in fact a printing firm. And yet, in a heartening reversal of the much-reported trend of printers diversifying into other areas, Brunel has, by taking on a Mimaki UJF-3042FX last year, nicely demonstrated print's still critical and indeed growing role in many arenas.
06 March 2013
| by Jon Severs
Walking into Tower Printing is a bit like walking onto the set of Only Fools and Horses. For starters, the commercial print outfit is situated in Peckham in south-east London, home to Del Boy's clan.
08 October 2010
| by Simon Creasey
Mike Waterfall, director of Creative Print Solutions, describes how this machine is helping his firm offer high-value photobook products
06 June 2007
Paul Thomas, director of business development at Loughborough firm Q3 Digital Litho, is pleased he chose Konica for Q3's foray into digital colour
22 April 2007
Nigel Painton, managing director of Commercial Label Products, is winning work thanks to the quality of his new digital printer