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Go into wide-format with open eyes

Fespas Directors Summit, which took place in Geneva at the end of March, heard that in the massive marketing shake-up, print was likely to be one of the media that benefited, rather than lost out, as brands sought to get closer to customers on the high street.

High-speed digital web is the fastest-moving and most exciting print sector

It seems that almost half of all digital print announcements today are on high-speed inkjet web printers. This is not a complete surprise as these devices represent an impressive technical feat. Their speeds surpass the more established toner printing systems by a factor of 10. This is all down to the use of page-wide inkjet, which a few years ago was dismissed because it was not economically feasible to produce and use.

An interview with Kodak CEO Antonio Perez

Despite the challenge of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Kodak CEO Antonio Perez painted a fairly bright picture of the legendary Rochester, NY-based company's future, in an exclusive interview with PrintWeek ahead of GraphExpo.

DM screening will offer real benefits for some printers

Having followed its development over the past three years, I recently had the opportunity to evaluate Hamillroad's DM screening technology, which will be available as ECRM DMS at Drupa, running on both violet and thermal CTP plates. I studied real-life production samples produced using ECRM's Newsmatic newspaper and MAKO 400 commercial CTP systems and printed on UK newspaper printer Sharman's web offset press and on a Heidelberg SM 52 press. These showed the same jobs produced side by side using AM screening and DM screening, with the commercial printing comparisons using a 175-line AM screen.

Myth debunked

Myth: Digital media supply chains are more sustainable than print

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