16 Dec 2019
Durst launches new P5 printing systems, modular software solutions and services for large format specialists under the motto "Pixel to Output".

Durst launches new P5 print systems and software solutions

Durst, manufacturer of advanced digital printing and production technologies, has today at FESPA 2019 in Munich, Germany, launched the P5 350 and P5 210 new printing systems for large format specialists based on the P5 technology platform.

New EFI Optitex release keeps users ahead of demand with its powerful automation tools and revolutionary print & cut solution.

New EFI Optitex release with print and cut solution

Electronics For Imaging, Inc. has released the newest version of the EFI Optitex 2D/3D CAD platform, creating a more powerful end-to-end digital solution.

Onyx Graphics, Inc. to showcase ONYX 19 at FESPA Digital.

Onyx Graphics to showcase ONYX 19 at FESPA Digital

Onyx Graphics, Inc. today announced they will unveil ONYX 19 exclusively at FESPA Digital in Munich, Germany.

PrintFactory launches Linux compatibility for workflow software.

PrintFactory launch Linux compatibility for workflow software

PrintFactory has launched Linux compatibility for its workflow software suite, becoming the first software provider to offer a fully-supported workflow solution across the three main operating systems - Windows, MacOS and Linux.

Esko wins FTA Technical Innovation Award for Print Control Wizard.

Esko wins FTA Technical Innovation Award

Esko, a global supplier of hardware and software for customers in the packaging, labels and wide format sectors, has won a prestigious Technical Innovation award at the Flexographic Technical Association (FTA) 2019 Awards for its Print Control Wizard software.

SAi initiates collaborative artificial intelligence research project with Oxford University.

SAi initiate collaborative AI project with Oxford University

SAi, the leading provider of software solutions for the signmaking, digital printing and CNC machining industries, has announced that it is partnering with Oxford University in the UK, to undertake a three-year research project that will explore the possibility of developing an artificial intelligence (AI)-assisted software solution.