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I swear by my: Heidelberg Anicolor

We are a high-quality trade printer in the short to medium run, fast turnaround market. Using the Anicolor we anticipate boosting productivity per shift by 25% compared with our conventional press.

Eastern moves answer a cry for help

Four Graphics is looking 5,500km east for its future. The Bermondsey-based wide-format graphics firm has set up an operation in Dubai after finding that the Middle East is crying out for its brand of high-quality production and service and it believes that gives it a great USP.

Finance options and technology

In Clinic this month: Paul Holohan on acquisition financing options; Mark Clews on litho versus screen printers; and Steve Collins on digital proofing technologyillustrations Ian Whadcock

UPM and SCA flag mass paper job cuts

Two of Europe's biggest paper manufacturers have pointed to broad jobs cuts and downgrading capacity as rising raw materials costs play havoc with margins.

I swear by my: Inca Spyder 150

Our roll-to-roll large-format digital machine could produce point-of-sale and promotional material, but only up to a point. Laminating, mounting and varnishing were time-consuming and pushed up labour and materials costs.

Star product: Goss Sunday 5000

Goss International has developed the worlds first 96pp web offset press and has sold the first model to an Italian print firm.

A digital lifeline for fine art print

Fine art printing is arguably prints finest art. It requires incredible attention to detail, an unparalleled eye for colour and an innate understanding of the subject matter.

Star product: TeckStorm

Teckwin claims its recently launched TeckStorm UV flatbed printer goes beyond photo realistic prints to produce true photographic quality. The firm attributes its enhanced image quality to the machines Xaar XJ760 printheads, which can produce a 1,440dpi maximum resolution and six droplet sizes.

Metallics in the waste stream

Clinic topics this month: Kevin Purdy on environmentally sound ink; Paul Sherfield on ISO and Fogra standards; and Karen Charlesworth on short-run bookbinding

Biddles aims short-run service at new writers

Short-run and academic book specialist Biddles has launched a new print service aimed at first-time authors and publishers.

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