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Covid-19: Printweek matchmaking service

We’re sharing details here of UK printing companies with mothballed or spare capacity due to the virus crisis, and where this capacity could be used by others for the production of other essential or in-demand printed materials.

60 seconds with Diguru

Diguru started back in 2010 with the aim of delivering a diverse range of printing services, quickly, efficiently and to the highest quality. The firm’s focus was to offer three key services to clients, wide-format, digital printing and lithographic printing, all under one roof.

Digital print tech lifts fabric creatives to new levels

Chris Childs is a convert. The managing director and founder of Contrado, a fabric printer that also operates the Bags Of Love online business, believes digital fabric printing isn’t just transforming the lower-run, bespoke end of the fabric market, but will encroach on more and more of the fabric printing sector, which is still largely wedded to screen printing.

60 seconds with Boxtick Graphics

The owners of a group of existing non-print businesses purchased the company a few years ago to enter a new market that focuses on small businesses. We rebranded to Boxtick last year with our customers at the centre of what we deliver.

DTG goes XL!

Janet Warren, founder of personalised fabric printer Print Me Pretty, has never used anything other than a direct-to-garment (DTG) digital printer.

Digital manufacturers seek to cash in on pumped-up inkjet

Very high speed inkjets look set to shake up the large-format printing market in the coming year. The mighty HP will bring its PageWide technology to market, battling existing Memjet technology that has been adopted by fellow industry giants Canon and Xerox.

60 seconds with Palmers Print

Palmers Print is a family company established in 1977 and now run by brothers Michael and Peter Healey. The firm stopped manufacturing in 2011 to concentrate solely on print management, although it still makes its own proofs and plates.

Fashion favours the personal approach

Imagine changing your home decor as often as you buy new clothes and upgrade your phone. Chances are you won’t be finding this too much of a stretch – or at least you won’t be finding the idea as alien and extravagant as previous generations no doubt would have done.

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