Search results for

Results 1 to 10 of about 20

Sort results by: Date | Relevance

Best of British: Stick with it all the way to the finish

Heanor in Derbyshire is home to Autobond, a 40-year-old family-run company that specialises in high-speed sheet laminators with heavy-duty construction and the latest electronics.

Is a one-sided debate sinking sensible policy?

As an industry that uses plastics on a daily basis, what do UK print and packaging businesses really feel when they hear the material being berated?

Best of British: Britain would be poorer sans Serif

One of the pioneers of desktop publishing software, Serif Software is a 31-year-old all-British company that four years ago reinvented its product range to suit the new era of affordable, downloadable professional apps.

Big screen stars can still outperform digital rivals

When wide-format inkjet print technology started to become widely commercially available in the 1990s, many in the industry believed it signalled the death knell for screen printing.

Material concerns: what can take the place of polywrap?

It started with single-use carrier bags, then progressed to plastic straws, water bottles and food packaging.

Processless is getting the chemistry right

Back in 2015, PrintWeek posed the question: Has processless become the new normal? The answer at the time was not quite, but it’s getting there.

Top marks: how printers can be five-star performers

Everybody makes mistakes, but for a market where margins are already supermodel slim, even the smallest of errors can have a big impact on profitability.

PDF 2.0: Scene-setter, not a game-changer

After 10 years in the making, it looks like PDF 2.0 will finally reach real world users in the next year or so. Since the 1990s PDF has been the dominant format used to deliver document files for printing.

Software superstars in the spotlight

There are a lot of different design programs around that can be used to place text and graphics in specific places, and to draw shapes and add effects such as transparencies or drop shadows.

Can manufacturers really help printers attain nirvana?

Manufacturing excellence is a term that is widely bandied about by business consultants but what does it mean in practice? PrintWeek spoke to some of the big suppliers to the printing industry to find out what it means to them and how they are helping SMEs who are striving to achieve it.

Search filters:

By category

Feature: Technical Iconremovefilter

By Date

2018 Iconremovefilter

Click on a filter below to refine your search.

Latest comments