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First steps to help expand your finishing capabilities

To outsource or not to outsource? That, when it comes to print finishing, is very much the question. The affordability of initial capital investment is obviously the first consideration which needs to be made. So PrintWeek has pulled together a round-up of what finishing manufacturers consider, in terms of initial outlay and ease of use, to be entry-level kit perfect for the printer taking their first steps in a certain process.

Light heavyweights carve out a niche in finishing depts

It is arguably the second-most famous scene in Goldfinger. James Bond is strapped to something not dissimilar to a present-day graphics cutting table, albeit one made of gold. Auric Goldfinger gives the instruction and a high-powered industrial laser beam begins slicing inexorably towards Bond's nether regions.

Small investments in finishing kit can open Olympic opportunities

As the industry, hopefully, begins to exit arguably the most horrific few years of its near 600-year history, printers that have survived the cull are faced with the problem of ensuring that, next time, they are better prepared. So while they pick through the debris they also have to think about future-proofing the business.

Machinery stars: the geese that lay the golden eggs

Some pieces of kit get it just right and deliver top performance in every respect, making money for users and manufacturers alike. Here we highlight some of the best of the best in the finishing sector

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