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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.

Give workers a lift and avoid getting a pain in the neck

According to the Health & Safety Executive, manual handling incidents account for over a third of accidents reported in the print trade.

How much heavy lifting can your computers take on?

Machine learning, artificial intelligence and robotics have dominated every technology conference, tradeshow and summit in the past six months.

How to thrive as a family-owned printing business

In a digital era of technological change, family-owned printers need to make a succession plan – fast.

Get your terms & conditions right

Commercial law is extremely complicated and drawing up sufficiently precise set of T&Cs is both essential and difficult. Ensure yours are right.

Today’s speedy curing tech demands careful operation

The increasing availability and affordability of UV curing in offset presses is seeing many printers adopting these versatile inks for the first time.

Clothing copycats exploit DTG trend

Counterfeit, fake, knock-off, copy, call it what you will, it’s a burgeoning trillion-dollar global market that has touched most of us either knowingly or unknowingly at some point in our lives, and despite efforts to the contrary by international authorities there is always going to be demand.

Learning on the job

In reality TV the contestant’s journey – the struggle to become the best possible them – is a device to increase the entertainment value. In business there’s a more serious side to going on a journey, which is to drive higher profitability through continuous improvement.

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