Mimaki have announced that it will be exhibiting at Heimtextil 2018. The show takes place from 9 to 12 January 2018 in Frankfurt. The company, a pioneer with a longstanding heritage in digital textile printing, will be showcasing both direct-to-textile and sublimation transfer printers as well as displaying a wide range of printed textiles in Hall 6.0, Stand D10 at the show.
Squid self-adhesive fabric, designed for covering glass of any type, shape or size, delivers a new innovation for aesthetic window screening with ergonomic values. The luxury finish can be digitally printed or applied as a natural fabric, with both effects offering one-way vision for privacy. The patented material is easy to install, with no fixtures or fittings needed.
Tharstern, the MIS technology specialist for print, packaging and labelling industries, is in the running for a top industry award from the British Association for Print and Communications (BAPC).
EFI has announced commercial availability of its newest launched printer, the EFI™ Pro 24f. First exhibited at the recent SGIA Expo, it is the only dedicated flatbed wide-format printer featuring EFI’s proven LED and variable drop grayscale head technologies. It provides precision imaging, fine detail and outstanding image quality for a broad range of applications.
With multi-lingual websites and customer service, BANNERKÖNIG - the digital printing company headquartered in the German city of Gelsenkirchen - is looking to build on its successes in the European market by establishing subsidiaries in the largest European Union countries. In addition, a new BANNERKÖNIG branch has recently opened in Cologne.
When you first meet Daniel and Joel Oschatz, the two printing brothers, as they call themselves, of Oschatz Visuelle Medien GmbH, the first impression is that they are really embracing their roles of CEOs of the company. Daniel is in charge of sales, while Joel heads up technical. The company was founded by their father as a photolab in 1983, and together, the two brothers have successfully brought it into the digital market.
Autumn was an exciting time for the Brixen family business Barbieri electronic: At three international trade fairs, they presented a world first in colour management in the form of the long awaited Spectro LFP qb – a platform with numerous new features that satisfies the most stringent customer requirements in the field of color measuring technology and is set to become a must for many customers. It is an investment in the future that optimizes the workflow in the spirit of sustainability. But who and what is behind the South Tyrolean company Barbieri electronic? The following is an interview with CEO Stefan Barbieri.