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Sakurai Oliver 96 series

If sheetfed printers have a hard time stepping up from B3 into the commercially competitive world of B2, at least the cost of the press is in their favour. But moving up into B1 remains a prohibitive step for some B2 houses: the cut-throat market, hungry...

Roland VersaCamm VP-300/VP-540

There havent been the vast technological advances in signmaking that have variously ravaged and expanded other sectors of the print industry. Just 25 years ago, the majority of signmakers were still working mainly with paint. Most dismissed the first...

Duplo Espr DM-19

Duplos compact collator sets sights on short-run market with its small footprint and fast set-ups.

Gradual Switch 07

The latest Switch incarnation enables greater automation without the need for custom scripts.

Duplo DP-S550/S850 Duprinters

Its a general observation across the print industry that, traditionally, printers have focused on their technology, which has dictated the level and the quality of their offering to their customers. If a process-colour label had poor registration, well,...

Imprint WebDesk

Theres a lot of haziness in the print industry about having an online presence. For instance, even if printers dont actually have a decent website, they are familiar with the idea and benefits of having one. But far fewer have got to grips with the possibility...

Tauler Printlam CTI 105

What this B1 laminator lacks in speed, it makes up for in its versatility and small footprint

Inca Digital Onset

With the point-of-purchase (PoP) market estimated to grow by 5% year-on-year, it's little surprise that Inca Digital's latest challenger aims to muscle into an area currently dominated by litho and screen technology. But the Cambridge-based firm isn't just content to provide a machine to produce in-store material; it firmly believes that its latest UV flatbed challenger, the Onset, will change the product landscape.

Delphax CR2200 digital press

The monochrome print sector, which covers two main markets transactional and book printing is fast reaching an optimum ratio between its three main drivers: speed, print quality and cost per copy.


After a revamp by its new American owner, the latest DPX is a great option for firms taking up CTP, says Karen Charlesworth

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