The School of Graphic Communications Management (GCM) in the Faculty of Communication and Design at Toronto-based Ryerson University has received a donation of EFI™ Pace estimating MIS/ERP software from Electronics For Imaging, Inc. (Nasdaq:EFII). The donation, which includes licenses for 75 concurrent users, allows the school to fill a key gap in its digital workflow, create a complete integrated pre-media system, and train students on state-of-the art digital solutions.
Building on the proven track record of the world’s biggest inkjet conference, TheIJC (The Inkjet Conference) comes to the USA on April 12-13, 2018. Staged in The Westin O’Hare Chicago, the event will provide OEMs, brand owners, printers and all technology users with almost 40 technical and educational presentations, free inkjet workshops and countless networking opportunities.
Do you need to decorate or apply labelstock on shop windows, walls or floors? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you how! Finally, on Ritrama’s website you can find a new section completely dedicated to the application of our labelstock.
A complete handbook with videos and technical bulletins that shows step by step the strategies to adopt according to the kind of surface.
FESPA has expanded its three-strong team in Mexico with the appointment of Benjamin De La Grana as Sales and Marketing Manager. In the newly-created position, Benjamin will spearhead FESPA’s growth strategy in the region, with responsibility for sales and marketing for the annual FESPA Mexico exhibition, as well as other future FESPA initiatives.
Mind’s Eye Graphics Inc. in partnership with Joe Clarke is proud to announce an all new, enhanced version of the successful Ink Transfer Workshops.
For 2 days, Joe Clarke will detail the secrets, Jason Vanick will keep the lecture grounded in practices, together they will demo hands-on techniques with real world examples to help the participants connect the puzzle pieces of high performance screen printing. The deliverable is predictable, consistent and, PROFITable production techniques ready to implement in their shops.
Foster has introduced a powered version of its On-a-Roll Lifter Jumbo. The new Power Jumbo model is designed to eliminate the manual effort of lifting large substrate rolls. The machine is said to accommodate roll sizes up to 19.6 in. wide and 990 lbs.
Conde Systems has released Sublimation Tempered ColorLyte Photo Glass, a tempered glass substrate coated for dye sublimation printing. The substrate is said to give photos an illuminating effect as light passes through. Available in 16 x 22- and 20 x 30-in. sheets.
M&R has launched the Sprint 3000 DHZ, a dual heat-zone gas dryer. The machine features a single chamber with a 72-in. split belt that can be converted into two 36-in. heating zones that each can be set at different temperatures. Operators can switch between single- and dual-zone operation as required, and the belts may be run in the same or in opposite directions. Operators also have the option of heating only one zone when needed in order to reduce energy costs.
Lawson Screen & Digital Products has introduced a line of start-up screen printing packages designed for every user level from beginner to professional. The company’s packages include a manual screen-printing press, exposure unit, flash unit, dryer options, galvanized-steel wash-out sink, supplies, and inks.
Brother DTG has launched the Synergy + Firefly All-in-One Production System, designed as an integrated production line to streamline direct-to-garment digital printing. The system is driven by barcode technology that links all of the equipment components and allows the operator to manage the job from a single control panel. The company says the modular system can achieve production rates up to 140 pieces per hour when configured with four of the company’s GTX direct-to-garment printers.