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European launch for Komori's "litho quality" sheetfed inkjet Impremia IS29

Komori’s B2 sheetfed inkjet press the Impremia IS29 is due to be launched in Europe in the New Year.

Veika to launch new Decojet textures at Fespa

Lithuanian manufacturer Veika is set to unveil additions to its Decojet product range next year.

Heidelberg outlines Drupa focus on automation and integration

Heidelberg’s Drupa exhibit will focus on customer demands caused by the industrialisation of printing, under the banner theme of ‘Simply Smart’.

Muller Martini plans connectivity theme for Drupa

Muller Martini aims to harness the zeitgeist around the so-called 'internet of things' and is promising to showcase 'Finishing 4.0' at next year’s Drupa exhibition.

Overmatter: A song for Drupa

Overmatter’s joy is truly unconfined. There WILL be a song to accompany Drupa 2016.

Drupa unveils new area in its Innovation Park

A new area devoted to innovation in business strategy and marketing will form part of the Drupa Innovation Park at next year’s show.

HP to be biggest exhibitor at Drupa 2016

HP will overtake Heidelberg as the largest-single exhibitor at Drupa 2016, and a revamp of the exhibition’s floorplan will see the digital print giant take over an entire hall at the show.


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Overmatter: Super Drupa, beams are gonna blind me

So. Eurovision is over for another year, but the catchy pop vibe of Sweden’s winning entry is still resonating around the office at PrintWeek Towers. Even the predictably unsuccessful GB entry from Electro Velvet has proved to be a lasting earworm.

Drupa's cycle change reflects digital’s growth

When Messe Düsseldorf first floated the idea of switching Drupa's four-year cycle to a three-year cycle in 2012, vendors, with one notable exception, were falling over themselves to explain why it was a bad idea.

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