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Me & my: Kodak NexPress SX3300

Sometimes the relationship between the sales and production sides of a business can be fraught due to conflicting priorities and many a mutual misunderstanding about exactly what the other does, how and why.

Me & my: Roland DG LEC-540

The ability to produce colour-accurate packaging mock-ups and proofs is essential for this business - and Roland has delivered.

Tried & tested: HP Indigo 3500

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  • Wednesday, September 15, 2010
It's rare for secondhand digital presses to come up for private sale, but an HP Indigo 3500 is being offered by High Wycombe firm Your Print Solution in our For Sale & Wanted section with an asking price of 90,000 for a 2008 five-colour model.

Ricoh C720

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  • Wednesday, September 8, 2010
It may cost a bit more than its light production rivals, but in the performance and reliability stakes, it's hard to beat, finds Barney Cox

Me & my: Alwan Color Suite 6

Hine Labels in Rotherham loved its second digital colour press, a Dainippon Screen Truepress Jet 350UV+ narrow-web UV inkjet model installed a couple of years ago.

Me & my: D.Gen Teleios Black

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  • Monday, September 26, 2016
Northern Flags is a long-established textile printing company based in Leeds. It was set up 31 years ago with the Dutch Faber family, owner of Faber Vlaggen, as a minority shareholder.

Me & my: Ricoh Pro C9110

Telford doesn’t have the same allure as New York or Barcelona as a travel destination but when Kingswood iOptus came to pick a new digital press it wasn’t the environs of the demo centre that won it over, it was the capability of the kit within. Doing the successful wooing was Ricoh’s latest cut-sheet colour offering the Pro C9110.

Me & my: Smyth Digital-88

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  • Monday, September 28, 2015
Last year was a momentous one for 135-year-old Bookbinders of London. It moved to Hertford and sold the building it had occupied since its 1880 start in Holloway Road, Highbury.

Me & my: HP Indigo 10000

Steve Harding, founder and chief executive of Hardings Print Solutions (HPS), describes the company he set up in 2009 as a complete marketing services and print manufacturing business.

Me & my... MGI Meteor DP8700 XL

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  • Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Having become a digital printer almost by chance, TG Print has since fully embraced inkjet with the purchase of this flexible workhorse

Me & my... Taopix 2.5.8 photobook creation software

The year is 1881, and brothers Herbert and Burgess Headley have just set up a printing press in a small room above their father's grocery shop. Their main aim is to print vegetable bags for the grocers, but they hope to also make a bit of cash by printing paper bags, billheads and circulars for other local traders.

Tried & Tested: Kodak Digimaster

    Review
  • Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Boasting clever technology and a quality end result, this famously hardy mono digital press has enjoyed success across the globe, says Jon Severs

Konica Minolta C5501

Roddy Darroch, owner of Paisley-based Visual Imaging, tells Anna Jackson that when he decided to offer high-quality smaller-format work, this machine fitted the bill perfectly

Epson Stylus Pro 9600

    Review
  • Wednesday, August 19, 2009
This inkjet machine helped establish Epson's solid reputation for quality in photographic printing at an affordable price, says Nosmot Gbadamosi

Presstek 34DI

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  • Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Graeme Jesty, reprographics team leader at Gosport Borough Council, has been able to take on extra work thanks to this press, finds Philip Chadwick

HP Scitex FB7500

HP's big news at Fespa Digital in Amsterdam earlier this month was the European debut of its high-end UV flatbed machine, the HP Scitex FB7500, which was one of a raft of launches and updates in that sector of the market unveiled at the show.

Inca Digital Eagle 44

Inca Digital's first flatbed printer, the Eagle 44 broke new ground when it was launched in January 2001. Its unique design meant that a wider range of substrates and thicknesses could be printed for the first time, and edge to edge printing was available. From the outset, improvements were continual and within 12 months, its speed had increased by 60%.

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