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Hobs relocates London 3D operation

In a bid to more than double turnover by 2020, the London hub of Hobs Group’s 3D printing arm Hobs Studio is set to relocate.

James Cropper posts improved half-year profits

James Cropper has posted improved interim results in the face of rising costs.

Canon names new head of commercial printing

Canon’s Stuart Rising has been promoted to the role of head of commercial printing, replacing the recently departed Craig Nethercott.

ITS tops off £1m investment with first Phoenix gluer in UK

3D POS specialist ITS Interactive has said that it is to install the UK's first Phoenix gluer, completing an 18-month period of investment that has topped £1m.

Fespa and 3Dion to partner in Cologne

Visitors to Fespa 2015 will have the chance to learn more about advances in 3D printing at The 3D Print Showcase, a joint collaboration between Fespa and non-profit 3D industry initiative 3Dion.

Paperlinx enters 3D fray with Art Systems tie-up

Paperlinx has entered the 3D printing market after signing a reseller deal with Art Systems to sell the firm’s Stratasys Ideas range of 3D printers.

Wide-format advances set big applications in motion

Here’s a question. Which is more likely to catch the passer-by’s eye: a static, albeit beautifully printed, image, or one where the models pictured are blowing animated kisses to the viewer?

MGI takeover focuses on sector soon to be worth $300bn

MGI Digital Graphic Technology has bought a 100 percent stake in Ceradrop, the French maker of inkjet printing systems for the printed electronics industry.

3D Printshow to gift print kit worth thousands of pounds

The 3D Printshow will give 3D printers to schools and train 3,000 students in the basics of three-dimensional technology as part of an ambitious education programme.

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