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Neck and neck: platesetters keeping up with digital kit

As technology continues to improve, litho presses are currently getting much better at short-run, on-demand work. But platesetters must keep apace, too, if those gains are really going to be effective

Star product: Pageflex 8.0

For printers looking to break into or expand their high-margin web-to-print work, the latest version of this package has a lot to offer

1st Byte places order for B2 Landa and HP Indigo 7600

London-based 1st Byte has signed up for a B2 Landa digital press 12 years after ordering the then-Indigo equivalent.

HP posts Q2 profit decline, announces 27,000 layoffs

A 10% decline in HP's Imaging and Printing Group (IPG) revenue contributed to a sobering Q2 for the printer, PC, software and enterprise company, which reported a 3% drop in turnover to $30.7bn (19.6bn).

Nanography to challenge offset, says Landa

Benny Landa aims to take on offset by making his Nanography digital printing technology as ubiquitous as xerography.

Warming up for 'the Olympics of print': your guide to Drupa 2012

B2 or not B2? That is the question digital manufacturers have been asking themselves pre-Drupa and - for the most part - they have opted for the affirmative answer. So much so, in fact, that some are already calling Drupa 2012 'the B2 Drupa'. However, despite the best efforts of Fujifilm, Screen, HP, Xeikon, MGI and Landa, plus those of a Ryobi/Miyakoshi partnership, show director Manuel Matar says the epithet is a little premature for the self-styled 'Olympics of print'.

'I'm more energised and excited than ever': an interview with Benny Landa

Can Benny Landa do it again? He spearheaded the digital printing revolution in 1993 when he launched his Indigo E-Print 1000, promising "a print run of one". Now, after selling Indigo to HP in 2001, he has sensationally returned to print with Landa Digital Printing and Nanography - a new method of printing that he believes will be the basis for a second digital revolution.

Leeds City College withdraws campus-based print tuition

Leeds City College is to close its in-house print training facility and change its Level 3 NVQ Machine Printing course to an industry-based apprenticeship model with no teaching on campus.

The smaller events, closer to home, still need our support

While the industry continues its long road to recovery, only the most optimistic would claim that UK print is back to full health.

Drupa preview: presses and digital stand-by-stand

PrintWeek's pick of the new press products on show at Drupa

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