A review of the Linkjet bike ride at last year's InPrint and an announcement of upcoming events.
Tim Phillips of IMI Europe and Catenary Solutions discusses the pros and cons of onshore and offshore sourcing in the world of digital textile printing.
Tim Phillips of IMI Europe and Catenary Solutions discusses the pros and cons of open and closed ink models in digital textile printing.
This fantastic drawing was made by a colleague of Mike Willis while he was working at Cambridge Consultants in the mid-80s. It's a beautiful impression of how one version of continuous inkjet works, powered by a cyclist and a dodgy-looking chap with some bellows!
Sander Jansen, CEO Changeventure and former CEO Scanlaser, describes how cut sheet inkjet has transformed the educational book printing industry in the last few years.
James Rankin of World Textile Information Network (WTiN) discusses the current trends in digital textile printing, as well as future drivers for growth and hurdles that need to be overcome.
Sander Jansen, CEO at Scanlaser from 2007-2016, describes how his company used innovative technology and business models to transform the business and address new markets.
Inkjet industry cyclists Mark Ritchie (formerly of Xaar), Tim Phillips of IMI Europe and Neil Stickland of Global Inkjet Systems recently put their heads together with a view to widening inkjet and industrial print activities in a more physically active direction.