21 Sep 2021
Leeds based iMAGECO increases sustainability and reduces overheads following the installation of the UKs first new HP Latex 800W.

iMAGECO leads the way with future of sustainable printing

iMAGECO is one of the UK’s leading wide-format print and signage companies. Its Leeds based state-of-the-art facility, equipped with industry leading technology, has delivered an unparalleled quality service and an extensive sustainable portfolio since its conception in 2001.

Large-format print specialist JKN Digital said its HP R2000 and three HP Latex 570 machines allowed it to continue to produce high quality work with a quick turnaround during the pandemic.

HP Latex solutions help JKN Digital thrive through pandemic

Large-format print business JKN Digital has revealed that the reliability and efficiency of its four HP Latex machines enabled it to continue producing high quality printed work at fast turnaround speeds throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

Sustainable print in action: HP explains the technology behind Latex ink.

HP explains the sustainable print technology behind Latex ink

Thom Brown, HP's Chief Inkologist, discusses HP Latex: what it is; how it works; and what are the key benefits.

Roland DG launches CAMM-1 GR2-640/540 Vinyl Cutters with Seamless Print-then-Cut Workflow to expand your business.

Roland DG launches CAMM-1 GR2-640/540 Vinyl Cutters

Roland DG has announced the addition of the new GR2-640/540 64” and 54” vinyl cutters to its CAMM-1 series.

The VersaUV LEC2 product range has proved extremely popular among graphic professionals and packaging mock-up specialists since launching in January 2021.

Roland DG expands options for VersaUV LEC2 Series

Roland DG has expanded its VersaUV LEC2 Series of UV roll-to-roll printer/cutters and VersaUV LEC2 S-Series UV flatbed printers with the addition of new orange and red ink options and a larger version of the optional extension table designed specifically for the LEC2-640.

Roland Study: UV printing opening up new materials for European print shops.

Roland DG study - UV opening opportunities on new materials

A Roland DG study of 250 print shops across five major European markets has revealed the sheer breadth of materials that UV printing is opening up for the industry. The study conducted in UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain also suggests that printers are expecting a steady increase in the use of Plastic, Metal, Wood and PVC in UV printing over the course of 2021.