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HP set to be Drupa's second largest stand with 4,952 sqm

HP is to showcase its digital products and applications at Drupa 2012's second largest stand, a 4,952 sqm exhibition space.

While the manufacturer is remaining tight-lipped on whether it be will be demonstrating any new products, it has confirmed that it will be exhibiting a range of presses including Indigo, inkjet, large-format machines along with workflow, finishing, and business development technology.

HP GSB worldwide marketing director Franois Martin said: "We will be one of the largest exhibitors at Drupa because we are going to be demonstrating a wide range of products and applications including our T400 inkjet web press with finishing equipment, which together are almost the size of a bus.

"Our stand at Drupa aims to inspire printers

Agfa launches Fortuna 6 with improved security features

Agfa Graphics has released version six of its Fortuna security printing software with a range of improvements for increased security and anti-counterfeiting.

The 24-module suite is used on three-quarters of the world's banknotes according to the company, but its target market is increasingly encompassing broader packaging and other security applications.

The new version includes a Rainbow tool and Guilloche wizard (the spirograph-like patterns seen on bank notes), while improvements have been

Agfa boosts Anapurna range with M2540 FB

Agfa is targeting printers wanting to move into wide-format production with the latest addition to its Anapurna range, the M2540 FB.

The entry-level flatbed machine, which offers six-colour output, is also being pitched at businesses taking on UV wide-format technology.

The M2540 FB can print at a top speed of 42m2 an hour on a bed size of 2,540 x 1,540mm. It can handle substrates up to 450mm thick and to a maximum weight of 80kg.

Agfa has designed the new machine with 11 retractable register

De-inking inkjet in spotlight after European conferences

De-inking of inkjet print was in the spotlight last week as two separate European summits looked at inkjet's impact on the recycled waste stream.

With the CTP's Technical Conference on Deinking of Digital Prints taking place in Grenoble, followed by IMI's 19th European Ink Jet Printing Conference in Lisbon, experts were privvy to the latest developments in the field.

Research body InfoTrends said it believed inkjet currently contributes around 7% of digital print volume in document printing, but

Inkjet tech could play a role in 'smart skin' development

Hi-res inkjet could hold the key to commercial production of a new epidermal electronic system that is being developed by a team of scientists at the University of Illinois.

Dubbed smart skin, the technology's current incarnation uses a transfer printing fabrication system to create flexible devices with minute circuitry that can be applied to the skin and retain integrity even when bent, twisted or otherwise deformed. And because of the scale of the electronics involved, they do not need


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    The first ever 3D printing conference cum exhibition ‘3D Print UAE’ took place on 17th and 18th August 2015 at Dubai World Trade Centre, UAE which attracted a number of like-minded 3D Printing professionals from over 40 nations.

    3D Print UAE exhibition cum conference is a concept aimed at providing a broad scale platform for the manufacturing sector and consumer world across the ME region. 

    3D Print UAE gave an opportunity for the additive manufacturing experts from across the globe to converge on this regional platform to showcase their solutions, analyze the benefits and discuss the opportunities in the Middle East. It also provided the opportunity for a listen- in to first-hand experience from industry leaders, connect solutions for overcoming challenges in the field, and enhance the brand and  business portfolio. 

     Steffan Ritt, VP-head of global marketing and communications, SLM Solutions Group commented:  “Since, this is the first kind of event in this region, it has attracted less number of visitors. However, the visitors and participants were more positive. Overall, the show went fairly well for us but we would have been happier if the organizers promoted the event well in advance.”  SLM Solutions were one among the gold sponsors of the event.

    Most of visitors commented that these kinds of exhibitions and conference should be encouraged to create more awareness about the 3D printing in this region.