At drupa, SAKATA INX and INX will feature all-digital print technologies powered by the JetINX print head drive electronics.
The latest version of EFI Fiery JobFlow software has been released by EFI.
A variety of advancements in folding and gluing, laser cutting, foil stamping and more will be demonstrated by Kluge at drupa 2016.
Apogee 10 from Agfa Graphics brings extra features, significant quality improvements and performance enhancements.
AlphaGraphics network of more than 275 Business Centers will now be able to offer a wide range of print, digital marketing solutions.
KBA is planning to take over diecutter manufacturer Iberica to bolster sheetfed folding carton focus.
MGI Digital Technology was awarded the first-ever Leadership in Innovation Award by the DuPont Awards for Packaging Innovation Program.
The 2016 drupa innovation park (dip) will highlight marketing concepts and business platforms, including automation, workflow and print technologies. Daily programs and interviews will take place at the dip energy lounge, but there will be a focus on business models at the dip stage program with daily slots dedicated to the topic.
At drupa next week, Foster, supplier of cutting devices and other postpress equipment, will display its new On-a-Roll Lifters.
A unique partnership was formed between KBA‑Sheetfed Solutions, a business unit of the Koenig & Bauer Group (KBA), and Xerox to develop an industrial digital sheetfed press for the folding carton market. The KBA VariJET 106 Powered by Xerox, integrates Xerox Impika inkjet technology into the KBA Rapida 106 press platform.
In order to enhance its custom signage business, ID Signsystems has installed the Anapurna M2540 FB from Agfa Graphics.
Held once every four years, drupa has historically been a bellwether of product development cycles.
A 37-year print industry veteran, Richard Krasner has been tapped by Direct Printing Impressions to serve as its new executive VP.
During drupa, the city of Düsseldorf will be painted red with numerous activities as it effectively transforms into ‘drupacity.’
Using the solutions of U.S. cloud technology supplier PTC, Heidelberg is adding further Web-based services to its already successful portfolio. The two companies are successfully working together with a broad focus on the Internet of Things (IoT). "PTC technologies provide the basis for us to take digitization of the Heidelberg portfolio to the next level," explains CEO Gerold Linzbach.