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Milestones in inkjet

Of all the different print technologies currently in use, inkjet is probably the most interesting for its sheer versatility, working across documents and wide-format, labels and packaging and even 3D printing. The technology has evolved gradually over several decades and in this story we chart some of the major milestones.

10 under 10

Adding a new capability needn’t break the bank as this collection of wide-format printers attests. For a relatively modest investment a printer could effectively open up a whole host of new markets.

Clothing copycats exploit DTG trend

Counterfeit, fake, knock-off, copy, call it what you will, it’s a burgeoning trillion-dollar global market that has touched most of us either knowingly or unknowingly at some point in our lives, and despite efforts to the contrary by international authorities there is always going to be demand.

Best of all formats?

Just 15 years ago, the whole ethos surrounding superwide-format print centred around a market sector where size was far more important than quality. To be clear, the term ‘superwide’ ought to cover just the 5m-wide printers, although it is used for narrower devices.

The first line of defence

Making the print is only ever part of the job of meeting the client’s need for a product to convey their messaging. It is usually necessary to finish the print to protect and/or enhance it, ensuring it looks the part and will continue to do so for its intended life.

Wide range of applications wins fans for sublimation

If you think Dai Sub is a Welsh submariner then you could be missing out on a low-cost technology with the potential to grab a bigger share of your existing customers’ print spend and open up a range of profitable new markets.

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