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Star product: Signracer 3200 H-LED

A high-quality large-format output at a more affordable price.

Agfa completes Anapurna hybrid range

Agfa Graphics is adding to its LED UV-curing family of devices with the Anapurna H3200i LED, set to be officially unveiled next month in the US.

Guyenne ranges now HP Latex certified

French coated substrate specialist Guyenne has secured HP Latex certification for two of its ranges with further products going through the process.

Killer App: Creo catches fire for Mockingjay Part 2 graphics

The final film in the wildly successful series based on The Hunger Games books – Mockingjay Part 2 – took more than $650m (£459m) at the box office, so it was imperative that the launch of the DVD of the film was just as successful. Creo, based in London with production in Aylesford, was tasked with this high-profile project.

Killer app: Studio One teaches lesson for school hoarding

Northamptonshire County Council has enlisted the help of local wide-format printer Studio One to supply hoarding boards to dress the perimeter fence surrounding the town’s old post office site.

Innotech brings laser signage estimation tool to UK

Innotech has launched a laser measurement package in the UK aimed at wide-format and signage printers.

Killer app: Monster bunch employ the force for Hollywood hit

Birmingham wide-format printer Hollywood Monster created a striking wall graphic for a local branch of cinema chain Cineworld to help launch the biggest film of the past few months – Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Delta Group buys HP Indigo 20000 for smarter POS printing

The Delta Group has transformed its POS print strategy with the installation of an HP Indigo 20000 Digital Press.

Killer app: Pressision prints some zing into Posterzine title

London design and print consultancy People of Print teamed up with Leeds-based printer Pressision for its latest publishing project, Posterzine, which is now five issues into its run.

Bloody image commemorates atomic bomb deaths

Harry Pearce is a partner at design agency Pentagram Design, which has offices in London and across the globe. Shrewd in business, he has a superb creative mind, according to Gary Bird, managing director of east London-based Gavin Martin Colournet, which printed his latest project, a poster to mark 70 years since atomic bombs were dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima entitled It’s all Our Blood.

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