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Me & my... RedTie RTT W2P system

While the franchise model is by its very nature fragmented, a unified message and appearance is imperative for the system to work - what would McDonalds be without the golden arches or KFC without The Colonel?

Meital 300

Despite being a newcomer to the large-format game, Meital is making a name for itself, writes Barney Cox

HP Indigo WS4050

Nigel Painton, managing director of Commercial Label Products, is winning work thanks to the quality of his new digital printer

Canon iR110

Although Canon had a strong brand and established market share of the office sector by the end of 1990s, its commercial presence had not yet reached the same heady heights. So in 2001, the company launched the first of its high-volume monochrome printers, the iR110.

Me & my: Ricoh Pro C901

It’s fair to say that Gaby Purton has had a varied career. Once a midwife, before becoming a manager at a nursing agency and then a driving instructor, Purton now takes care of a very different kind of delivery.

Me & my... Datacard MX2000

Card manufacturer PCS has found that this modular issuance system "oozes" quality and reliably delivers top-notch personalised cards

Me & my: Xerox Nuvera 144 EA

    Review
  • Friday, September 13, 2013
All things considered, running a print business is really very similar to being a rock star. The all-nighters, the boozing, the outrageous costumes, the adoring fans... Okay, perhaps there are some slight differences.

Me & My... Fastbind Fotomount

Mike Waterfall, director of Creative Print Solutions, describes how this machine is helping his firm offer high-value photobook products

Bytes Infigo

Paul Lyward, managing director at Windsor Print, has found that this web-to-print system has opened up new opportunities, finds Philip Chadwick

Canon iPF8100

    Review
  • Wednesday, September 2, 2009
This printer's ink-saving system and 12 colours makes it perfect for corporate work, which has ensured its ongoing popularity, finds Nosmot Gbadamosi

Star product: HP Indigo 7000

The HP Indigo 7000 digital press prints at around 120 A4 pages per minute in four colour, which HP claimed was around 76% faster than the 5500.

Xerox DocuPrint 495 CF

It would be fair to say that the xerographic principle has played a big part in transforming the print industry in the last decade. DocuTech mono printers were the first bellwethers of the digital print revolution, and since then photocopying - as was - has become a staple technology in print-on-demand environments.

Kodak Digimaster

For a monochrome printer, the Kodak Digimaster's history has been an extremely colourful one. Launched as the DigiSource in March 1999 - a name soon changed to Digimaster - it then became the Heidelberg Digimaster when the monochrome digital part of Kodak's business was bought by the German giant.

Star product: Sharp MX-M1100

Sharps latest black and white printing system is intended to tap into a potentially huge demand from corporate print departments and local authorities.

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