18 Mar 2019
eurolaser exhibits latest technology Texprocess fair Frankfurt.

eurolaser exhibits latest technology at Texprocess fair Frankfurt

eurolaser GmbH, one of the world's leading manufacturers of CO2 laser cutting systems, presents the latest technology in the field of textile cutting at the Texprocess fair in Frankfurt.

Ricoh’s ProTM VC20000 inkjet delivers ease of use for multiple print applications.

Ricoh’s ProTM VC20000 now available across EMEA

Print service providers can profitably produce a wide range of applications with the new Ricoh Pro VC20000 colour continuous feed inkjet press. These applications range from transactional print such as bills, statements and policy documents to books and direct mail.

Canon helps CPI scale new heights with flexible ColorStream solution.

CPI installs new Canon Océ ColorStream 6700 Chroma

Multi-national printing group CPI has installed a new Océ ColorStream 6700 Chroma roll-to-roll system after approaching Canon — leader in imaging solutions — with a mission to streamline production and deliver increased capacity. 

Derwent Display Invests in DYS Digital cutting table.

Derwent Display invests in DYSS digital cutting table

Founded over quarter of a century ago, Derwent Displays has invested more than £1.75m in the last two years to underpin its strategy of employing the latest technology to continue its growth trajectory whilst enhancing customer service and experience. Part of this growth strategy is to develop new market segments beyond its already expansive reach that includes design & prototyping, print and finishing, in-house assembly, packaging and project delivery.

Summa introduces L1810 laser cutting system for the sportswear market.

Summa L1810 laser cutting system for the sportswear market

Summa nv, a leading supplier of high-end cutting plotters and finishing systems, introduces the L1810 laser cutter, bringing advanced laser cutting technology to benefit the sportswear, apparel, swimwear, dye sublimation garments and technical textile markets.

Badgemaster MD, Ian Bradbeer with one the company's new Mimaki UJF MkII LED UV flatbed printers.

New Mimaki printers boost Badgemaster productivity

From its Nottinghamshire base, Badgemaster offers a unique service to companies thanks to its vision and commitment to quality and innovation. Formed in 1992, Badgemaster now employs over 100 people and turns over £5 million, manufacturing the name badges that are sported by millions of staff at tens of thousands of companies around the world.