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Star product: Highcon Beam 2

Due to make a star appearance at Drupa 2020, the latest of Highcon’s laser-based B1 digital cutting and creasing machines features improved productivity and a more user-friendly interface.

Inkjet insiders

Global Inkjet Systems in Cambridge is another of those world-class British tech companies that hides its light under a bushel. Or in this case, NDAs from its customers.

The revenge of the engineers

At the Drupa of 20 years ago a new British finishing manufacturer appeared on the Océ stand, seemingly out of nowhere, demonstrating a new concept of saddle stitching inline with Océ’s VarioStream continuous-feed digital presses.

Estimable estimators

In the late 1970s print estimators worked with the original spreadsheets, which were large sheets of paper with printed grids that were filled in by hand with written instructions and calculations.

Built to last

In the old days, printing machines were made to last. They were cleaved from solid chunks of metal and essentially built like brick outhouses. Despite technological advances making many of these old machines essentially obsolete, many UK printers still use older equipment on a daily basis to complete all manner of different tasks.

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