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The Epson SureColor SC-R5000/SC-R5000L use an odourless water-based resin ink.

With the introduction of the SureColor SC-R5000/SC-R5000L large format series, Epson is expanding its range of signage printers with two special solutions using water-based, odourless resin inks. The new Epson R-series meets even the demanding requirements of the printing industry for quick-drying, curing resin inks.

Magna Powertrain expands its fleet with the installation of five HP PageWide XL presses

Magna Powertrain, a business subsidiary of Magna International has streamlined its business by investing in a total of five HP PageWide XL presses. With the company’s first HP PageWide XL 5100 installed in 2018 at its main site in Untergruppenbach, Germany, responsible for manufacturing Transmission Systems, four more presses followed at the end of last year. The company has now fully integrated all five machines into its existing IT systems and all HP PageWide XL presses are used in parallel to produce large-format monochrome and colour prints.

New compact, sustainable HP DesignJet series features aesthetic design and intuitive operation

- Ease-of-use: Automatically print projects in multiple formats and send multiple files with one click via HP Click - without compromising quality or speed
- Compact and cost-effective: the world's smallest plotters save space and are particularly suitable for design-oriented offices
- Always available: Print jobs can be started and managed anywhere, anytime via the HP Smart App
- Sustainability: New models are the world's first carbon-neutral printers and most sustainable plotters - HP uses up to 30 per cent recycled plastic in manufacturing and reduces CO2 emissions per printer by 7.3 tonnes per year
- HP Planet Partners Programme: The HP Partner Programme recycles HP printer cartridges and
-heads free of charge and uses Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC)-certified paper and a wide range of recyclable HP media via a take-back model

Canon renews ColorWave and PlotWave portfolio: large format printing systems set new standards

Canon is completely renewing its large format printer portfolio. With the replacement of the previous systems with the new ColorWave series 3000 and 9000 for color and the PlotWave series 3000 and 5000 and PlotWave 7500 for monochrome printing, Canon is setting new standards. In order to do justice to the changing market conditions, the new ones have been further developed in terms of safety, sustainability, reliability, productivity and quality.

Sustainable Traffic Sign Printing with TrafficJet Pro

Traffic Sign Shops Say Good-bye to Screen Printing
Across the globe, consumers are demonstrating their demand for sustainable products -and a preference for dealing with companies that have integrated a culture of sustainability. Sustainability has many facets - but at its core is the safety and quality of life for the planet’s inhabitants, while limiting negative impacts on the environment with a focus on renewable resources. Traffic sign screen printing, with its unavoidable use of high VOC solvent inks, and wastewater streams generated by producing cleaning screens, has long been in our sights for a sustainability makeover.

Premiere of the new Canon Arizona 2300 flatbed printer series

- New series with a total of six new flatbed printers

- 3 GTF models and 3 larger XTF models with a wide range of applications
- Arizona Flow technology enables zoneless, productive printing without masking
- New flow technology achieves an increase in productivity of about 20
- New high-key print mode with new VariaDot technology enables perfect prints at very high productivity

FOTOBODEN lends new splendour to individual monuments: staircase impresses with exclusive cement tile design

Preserving means preserving, means protecting. This is what happened to an old building in Coburg (Upper Franconia/Bavaria). The individual monument was built in 1890 in the neo-renaissance style and is now a residential and commercial building. The house was renovated with great commitment and many details of the lost character shine again in new splendour today. An absolute eye-catcher is the spacious staircase, the original character of which was completely sacrificed to the pragmatism of the time as a result of the renovation work in the 1960s and 1980s.

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