01 June 2015
| by Simon Nias
Recycling is something we all do so naturally now that we barely stop to think about it. All of us have at least two bins in our driveways, if not three or four, and we are far more conscious of the need to reduce, reuse and recycle our waste than at any other time in human history.
24 November 2014
| by Caroline Archer
We live in a high-tempo world that demands information in volume and delivered at speed. And to satisfy the public’s insatiable appetite for news, over the years manufacturers have developed newspaper presses capable of producing dozens of copies per second.
27 October 2014
| by Barney Cox
Digital technologies disrupt supply chains – including print – and establish new structures and new paradigms. However, there are some markets where the barriers to entry will not be demolished just by trumpeting the D-word.
13 October 2014
| by Jenny Roper
Question: what do solar panels, banknotes, cars and Monopoly all have in common? Answer: they all feature, or are expected to soon start featuring, printed electronics.
30 June 2014
| by Barney Cox
As the old saying goes, small changes can make a big difference. One area this is particularly true for printers is the pressroom. Of course investing in a brand new super-duper eco-friendly press is the route many would choose, if money were no object, when improving their environmental performance.
10 February 2014
| by Simon Creasey
We live in an age where highly automated machines have taken most of the guess work out of manufacturing. But despite hitting new heights of sophistication, the latest generation of machines are not infallible.