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Inkjet makes a splash on Print21 cover

Wednesday, 10 October 2018
By Patrick Howard

Inkjet technology takes centre stage and front cover in the latest issue of Print21 magazine.

The road show by Jet Technologies and Screen across Auckland, Melbourne and Sydney set the tone for the industry’s most popular and engaging publication. Check out Eddie Gulmen’s Infinite Coding on the cover and link into Jet Technologies Innovation Series to register for the event. Download the free ScanM App to see the future of printing.

This latest issue is jam-packed full of exciting features and articles, news and views of the people who power the dynamic and progressive graphic arts industry across the region. Put together by the leading team of experienced editors and journalists it’s required reading for anyone who wants to keep up.

Highlights include the arrival of the latest HP Indigo 20000 at Read Labels and Packaging delivered by Currie Group, the massive array of printed solar panels in Newcastle, Sydney’s first Gallus Labelfire at Dragon Printing, and the installation of an Océ VarioPrint i300 in Fred Soar’s plant in Auckland.

It’s a well-travelled issue too with a report by Patrick Howard from the IGAS trade show in Tokyo, and a review by Jake Nelson of the largest group of Ricoh customers ever to fly to the company’s Experience Centre in Thailand.

Were you among those who attended the inaugural LIVE! event in Sydney? There’s a full report on the PKN co-promoted seminar on page 18.

Meet Wayne Finkelde, boss of AAB in Sydney, the well-known, dynamic printing identity. With his eyes firmly set on growing his business he talks about a life in print and what it takes to succeed in this tough competitive business.

Looking to add value to your print? Andy McCourt shows you how in a double-page spread.

And let’s not forget, this is the first issue from Print21’s new editor, Wayne Robinson, who has stepped up and put his personal mark onto the leading industry publication. Meet the new man on Page 13 and throughout the magazine.

Then there’s our star line-up of contributors including Andy Yarrow from EFI, David Crowther from Colour Graphics Services, Andrew Macaulay and Ruth Cobb from the leading industry associations on both sides of the Tasman as well as Doris Prodanovic with her popular insight into the challenges of the publishing industry.

There’s heaps more to read, including the venerable Keith Ferrell’s views on grand format inkjet – no one knows big ink better.

Click here to read it online and if you’re not already on our mailing list for the printed copy, sign on to get the premier printing and graphic arts industry publication in your mailbox every two months.

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