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In this, our redesigned, monthly, bumper format, Printweek is carrying more editorial content than ever before, click here to find out more about this month’s issue…

We have business features on the practical steps you can take to handle a no-deal Brexit and a report on how print remains a key medium for the academic market, especially in the form of prospectuses and brochures.

Is the printing industry entering a new age of innovation?

The Stationers’ Innovation Excellence Awards, held last month at Stationers’ Hall in London, suggested that we may be entering a new era of innovation for print, with post-press manufacturer Muller Martini scooping the inaugural Novel Manufacturing gong, ahead of the likes of Heidelberg and IST Technologies.

The rise of the robots needn’t be an apocalypse for printers

Potential future uses for robots in the workplace hit the headlines recently as the result of a major BBC series, Intelligent Machines, looking at advances in artificial intelligence and robots.

Xaar: renewed ambitions in milestone year

This is a big year for Xaar. For a start, the Cambridge-headquartered inkjet developer is celebrating its 25th anniversary, providing the business with perfect opportunity to show-case its track record of continuous innovation.

Teamed with comms tech, print can perform marketing magic

Near-field communication (NFC) has been primed to become ‘the next big thing’ in technology circles for a few years now and it has been pushed further into the mainstream over the past few weeks with the launch of Apple Pay and Barclaycard’s bPay developments.

Will DM technology usher in a new screening revolution?

Whether, conventional, stochastic or hybrid, or to use their respective abbreviations AM, FM or XM, halftone screens have long been associated with improving print quality. From the mid-nineties to the mid-noughties there was a rush of screening advances that, together with the switch from analogue to digital pre-press, coincided with a rapid increase in print quality.

'Inkjet Drupa' faces a new challenge: the Xeikon Quantum

Conventional wisdom has it that Drupa 2012 will be all about inkjet. Tell that to Xeikon, which last week announced a disruptive technology aimed at the high volume, low cost, digital print market. Like the rest of Xeikon's presses, the Quantum will be...

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