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Links Labels & Tapes invests in HP Indigo ws4050 and Digicon Lite converter

Links Labels & Tapes has taken delivery of an HP Indigo ws4050 press coupled with a Digicon Lite converter to cope with an increasing demand for fast turnaround four- and six-colour work.

UPDATED: Speakers unveiled for free PrintWeek DM breakfast briefing

Three of the UK's leading direct mail buyers from Sky, HSBC and Boden will share their thoughts on the digital opportunity at next Wednesday's (24 November) PrintWeek Breakfast Briefing.

Buyers' Guide 2010

Welcome to the 2010 Buyers' Guide. Below you'll find links to the key sections.

Color-Logic and Mirri partner to offer metallic effects for inkjet and Indigo users

Color-Logic has certified Mirri substrates for use with Color-Logic's process metallic colour system.

Coloursonic takes UK's first Rastek H650

London-based wide-format boutique printer Coloursonic has become the first firm in the UK to install an EFI Rastek H650 hybrid UV printer.

Strong start for sales of Durst Rhotex 320 suggests soft signage sector surge

Durst has notched up 15 sales - with seven of those already installed - of its industrial fabric printer the Rhotex 320 since it was launched at Fespa in June.

London Graphic Systems acquires Turning Point Integration

Digital print equipment reseller London Graphic Systems (LGS) has acquired Turning Point Integration (TPI), the London-based digital asset management (DAM) and workflow specialist.

Leading buyers to discuss DM and transpromo opportunities at free event

PrintWeek is launching its third season of Breakfast Briefings and this time we're focusing on the digital opportunity in direct mail and transpromo.

Product of the week: Xerox Colour 550/560

If you took boxing as your guide, you would class Xerox's latest digital printer, the 550/560, as a featherweight or bantamweight as it sits below standard 'lightweight' production models.

Canon Business Leap winners revealed

Canon has unveiled the winners of its inaugural 'Business Leap' competition, which offered over EUR 100,000 (90,000) in prizes to companies that proposed the best digital print-related business plan.

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