01 Aug 2021
When installing graphics, equal consideration must be given to the clean removal of printed substrates.

Drytac on the importance of easy removability of graphics

When I do a training session on Drytac products with end users and installers, I usually start by asking if anyone has ever had an issue with an installation.

Applications in medical and healthcare environments require antimicrobial films that are both reliable and steadfast. Drytac Protac AMP offers this and much more.

Flexibility and reliability are critical for antimicrobial films

The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a significant rise in the use of antimicrobial protection products, in an effort to help protect people across a number of environments.

The Graphics Tree take a stroll down the leafy lane of HP past.

The Graphical Tree take a stroll down the leafy lane of HP past

A guest blog by Simon McClelland Morris, Founder & Director at The Graphical Tree and a passionate advocate of ethical and moral practices, for an ecological, sustainable and regenerative future.

This 290-page handbook of how to achieve continuing profits in the sublimation business is a must read from two of the industry’s founders and experts.

The Road to Sublimation Success a new book by David Gross

Graphics One is pleased to announce the availability of The Road to Sublimation Success: Harnessing the Power of Sublimation for Outstanding Profits by David Gross and J. Stephen Spence.

HP launched the world's first water based outdoor durable ink, HP latex ink technology.

Drytac guest blog: How HP Latex ink works

Have you ever wondered how HP Latex ink works? Read on for more information…

Drytac explains how products imbued with antimicrobial technology can help fast food outlets protect surfaces from bacteria, fungi and mould in between cleaning.

How fast food outlets can win with antimicrobial technology

With the food, beverages and hospitality sectors having been hit particularly hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, Drytac has sounded out how its Protac AMP antimicrobial protection film can help restaurants reopen as the world begins to edge back towards normality.