News Archive

  • Roland’s Texart is simply brilliant 


    Roland DG has done it again and won a Hot Pick award with the new Texart RT-640 dye sublimation system.

  • Elitron cuts a fast Hotpick for Spicers 


    Just like Ferrari: Italian engineering combined with speed has earned Spicers the only cutting plotter Hot Pick of PrintEx15.

  • King of the narrow-web digital labels Hot Pick 


    Few machines dominate their sector to the extent the HP Indigo WS6800 does in digital narrow-web labels and packaging production.

  • Brisk business on Day 2 – from the Organisers 


    On Day 2 of PrintEx15, the aisles were buzzing and business was going gangbusters, with visitors flowing constantly through the Sydney Showground Dome entrance and exhibitors writing plenty of new business.

  • Océ’s ColorWave 700 a Hot Pick at Printex 


    Canon’s wide-format printer the Océ ColorWave 700 – ‘a whole business in a box’ – won a Print21 Hot Pick award on day two at Printex.

  • Go for gold with Color 1000i Press Hot Pick 


    Nine major sales in the opening two days of the show including the first Australian sale of its Colour 1000i Press, set up Fuji Xerox to meet and beat its targets.

  • PrintEx 15 photos 


    Photos from 3 days at PrintEx15, Sydney Showground.

  • Hot Pick for Mellow Colour 


    David Crowther, the Colour Doctor of Colour Graphic Services, has won a Print21 Hot Pick at Printex for the high-speed Mellow Colour software suite.

  • ColorPainter M64s is deserving a Hot Pick 


    First time showing of the Seiko wide format on the DES stand attracted plenty of attention at PrintEx and won for itself a Hot Pick award.

  • EFI Productivity Suite 


    EFI’s recently launched Productivity Suite won a Print21 Hot Pick award at Printex. The suite is state of the art graphics software and addresses customers’ most pressing automation and efficiency needs.

  • Perfekt Hot Pick fur AEG und DGS 


    DGS, one of Australia’s original wide format suppliers, warmly received its Hot Pick for a marvel of German engineering on its Visual Impact Stand. Made by industrial giant AEG, famous for quality household appliances, The Voyager Pro UV-Curable combination printer exudes precision engineering and features.

  • Great kick off for PrintEx – from the organisers 


    On a sparkling autumn day in Sydney, the doors of PrintEx15 and Visual Impact opened to visitors from around the city, the country and the surrounding region to be the first to see the very latest technology, equipment and ideas across the broad spectrum of the print and graphic communications sector.

  • Starleaton’s Hot Pick 


    Starleaton’s Vortex™ 4200 wide format printer has won a Print21 Hot Pick award on the opening day of Printex15 at Homebush. The Vortex 4200 targets several print applications, including CAD, AEC, GIS and point-of-sale graphics with a combination of speed and quality.

  • Konica Minolta gets Hot Pick for JETvarnish 3D 


    Konica Minolta has won a Print21 Hot Pick award for its award-winning MGI JETvarnish 3D, which takes digital spot UV coating to a new dimension, featuring increased throughput for flat spot UV jobs and amazing 3D raised effects.

  • 2 Scodix Hot Picks sold from Currie stand 


    New Zealand specialty printer Fuzed joined Trent Nankervis of CMYKhub in stepping up to take the second brand new Scodix Ultra from the Currie stand at Printex.

  • Truepress goes flat out for Hot Pick 


    Screen GP Australia and its exclusive dealer Graphic Art Mart have scored a Hot Pick at PrintEx/Visual Impact for the Truepress Jet W3200UV flatbed printer,

  • 1st Print21 Hot Pick of PrintEx 2015 


    The first Print21 Hot Pick of the 2015 show has gone to Epson for its remarkable Workforce Pro WF-R8590TC network printer. For the first time, an inkjet device presents a viable alternative to laser in the office environment.

  • Major mailroom upgrade for News Corp 


    Betting on the sustainable future of newspapers, the country’s largest group is investing millions of dollars on the latest inserting and collating technology from Ferag.

  • Snap strikes $multi-million PrintSmith deal 


    Australian print provider Snap Franchising has stepped up its transformation strategy by signing an A$10m MIS software deal with Silicon Valley-based technology supplier Electronics for Imaging (EFI).

  • Whodunnit? Perfectly Bound arson mystery 


    The identity and motives of the arsonist who torched Michael Smith’s business in Sydney over the weekend are unknown. Police are investigating the break-in and fire at the premises of the former TLC trade bindery less than three months after it was bought out of receivership.