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Me & my: Domino K630i

Black on white is still the clearest way to print text for easy reading, which explains why there are so many mono presses on the market dedicated to book work.

Me & my: Kornit Storm Hexa

DTG UK is one of those legendary successful print businesses that started in a back room.

Me and my: Xerox Trivor 2400

Xerox Trivor 2400 At 100 metres a minute, Usain Bolt it ain’t. But then the Jamaican sprinter wouldn’t be much good at dashing off 36,000 A4 sheets in an hour, unlike the Trivor 2400. Like Bolt, the Xerox inkjet press is keen on setting records, and that’s partly because of the involvement of the appropriately named First Move Direct Marketing.

Me & my: RTI Vortex 4200

Packaging is tipped as one of the next big markets to be addressed by digital printing. So a small packaging firm becoming one of the first in the UK to install a new machine based on new technology is a big deal.

Me & my... Kodak Prosper 1000

Being an early adopter of technology is not always the easiest position to be in. Take those who rushed to be the first to hold an iPhone 4 back in 2010 only to find that 'holding' said phone was actually the last thing you should do if you wanted to call anyone - placing your hand over the corner of the phone could result in a loss of signal. Those who bought later models were spared the issue thanks to the suffering of those who got there first.

Me & my... Océ VarioPrint 6200 Ultra Line

The 20th century fostered several great double acts: Lennon and McCartney, Morecambe and Wise, Astaire and Rogers, and one you might not have heard of: Phillips and Hickey. That last pair, Adrian Hickey and Winfrod Phillips, are co-founders of South Wales...

Me & my... HP Indigo WS4600

It's not every day you're offered a free jaunt to a posh town near Barcelona, but that's just what HP had in store for Readyprint managing director Syd Reading and his son and employee, Stewart. Granted, it was November so they probably didn't have to stock up on the factor 60; still, it must have been to nice to swap Kidderminster for San Cugat del Valles, even if only for a couple of weeks.

Me & my: Canon imagePress C6010VP

Most people grumble about their commute to work when it's a 20-minute car journey down the local A-road. Keith D'Arcy Ryan, co-owner of Swindon-based Copy Colour, has to go a bit further than that: his permanent residence is in Sweden.

Agfa Anapurna L

Operator Helen Cook is glad Saltwell Signs has entered the flatbed market as it means she gets to operate the Anapurna L

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