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BDT and HP sign £30m Tornado Technology deal

German OEM manufacturer BDT has signed a $50m (£30m) four-year deal to supply its Tornado paper transport technology for use in two of HP Indigo's new B2 digital presses.

Reflex Print Solutions invests in Xerox 770

Staffordshire-based Reflex Print Solutions has replaced its Xerox 700 digital colour press with a Xerox 770 in an investment worth upwards of 60,000.

Drayton Press incorporates Gaia Services

Drayton Press, has acquired the order book and customer list of former Kall Kwik outlet, Gaia Services and invested 100,000 in equipment.

DSales launches Konica Minolta's Develop ineo 1250

DSales, the UK distributor of Konica Minolta's standalone Develop brand , has unveiled a Develop-labelled mono-production print system aimed at commercial print and high-volume in-plant customers.

Landa on track with Nanography commercialisation plans

Landa Digital Printing is "on schedule" with its quality and reliability roadmap and will deliver its first Nanography presses at the end of next year, according to chairman and chief executive Benny Landa.

Xerox ups speed of Nuvera range with launch of 157EA and 314EA

Xerox has upgraded its Nuvera cut-sheet mono digital press portfolio with the launch of two new devices, the single-engine Nuvera 157EA and the dual-engine perfecting Nuvera 314EA.

White toner device opens up new print applications

A new sub-2,000 OKI laser printer with white toner option has the potential to be "a printer's new salesperson" according to the machine's UK distributor.

Precision prepares for arrival of B2 Indigo

Precision Printing's HP Indigo 10000 is set to be delivered at the end of this month.

Severnprint invests in digital equipment

Commercial printer Severnprint has installed two new Xerox presses along with a Morgana DigiFold in a 430,000 investment.

A modern-day Gutenberg? We look at Benny Landa's latest technology

Dubbed as the print industry's Steve Jobs, or a modern-day Gutenberg, Benny Landa certainly knows how to create a buzz. His radical new digital printing method based on tiny particles became a huge talking point at Drupa, where he took the wraps off one of the industry's best-kept secrets: a whole new kind of printing.

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