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If it’s good enough for the TV and film industry, it’s good enough for many other sectors, so should you be looking a bit more seriously at 3D, cardboard engineered print applications?

CarbonQuota and Tharstern have collaborated to create a tool that allows you to provide instant carbon footprints on every quote and invoice - automatically - using your own in-house data. It’s a milestone development. Here’s why.

Manor Signs in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, has run a variety of wide-format printers in its time, with latex machines its current focus. The company recently replaced a HP Scitex FB500 with a HP Latex R1000 Plus, which it runs alongside a Latex 330. I talked with MD Gareth Craythorne about the latest investment and his reasons for making it.  

The reclassification of certain chemicals used in ink production, and impending legal changes on its use, could cost you dear. Here’s what you should know.

What do PSPs still want in terms of technical development within the wide-format print sector? Here’s the grassroots response to the question.

Obvious costs, hidden costs and the need to raise your own prices - Matic Media MD and Print Scotland vice president Richard McCombe considers the implications of all these for print businesses.

Could SDUK 2022 be your first face-to-face industry networking opportunity since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic? Here’s what you can expect if you’re heading to the Birmingham for the event NEXT MONTH.

Workplace racism has been on the rise for some time now. Tina Chandler, head of employment law at Wright Hassall outlines the legal technicalities of managing racism at work, and how it should be combatted should it ever occur.  

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