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The early bird can secure the first-mover advantage

With Drupa now just three months away from opening its doors – assuming it’s not subject to coronavirus-related postponement or cancellation – it’s safe to assume that many of the major manufacturers are gearing up to premiere new machines and technology imminently.

2016 and all that... September

No guesses as to which story dominated the news in 2016, the 20 most read stories on printweek.com for 2016 are all about Polestar. Nevertheless there was plenty else going on, not least of all Drupa...

Timsons shape-shifts for digital future

Bespoke UK litho book press manufacturing came to an end this month when Kettering-based Timsons ceased production of its conventional book presses to concentrate on the manufacture of digital presses as it looks towards the future.

2016 and all that... October

No guesses as to which story dominated the news in 2016, the 20 most read stories on printweek.com for 2016 are all about Polestar. Nevertheless there was plenty else going on, not least of all Drupa...

Print, Prinect and paranoia, the long roots of Zaikio’s open promises

In early August, Printweek.com ran a story on Zaikio, a new open print connectivity technology being launched by a German company that previously had the wonderful name Crispy Mountain. It led to that month’s longest chain of reader responses on the Disqus comments section below the story. It seems to have struck a particular nerve because last year Heidelberg bought Crispy Mountain (now Zaikio).

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