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Inkjet technology might soon be literally flying high, thanks to an invention by Southwest Research Institute (SwRI). The leading innovator in advanced science and applied technology has secured a patent for a technology for large-scale robotic inkjet printing on complex surfaces, including aircrafts.

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Confidential documents or security papers normally need a special, and mostly expensive, technique in order to ensure authenticity and safety. Still might change in the future with the invention of Ajay Nahata, professor of electrical and computer engineering from the University of Utah and his team. The engineers developed a method, which uses standard inkjet printers and readily available ink to print hidden images that are visible only when using a specific illumination.

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As drupa 2016 impressively demonstrated: Printing makes the world more beautiful and enriches many parts of our daily life. Besides art, posters and sculptures, new printing technologies even allow creating couture. At this year’s show various exhibitors such as Highcon Systems, and students from the Media Design School Düsseldorf presented extraordinary dresses made out of paper, and the trend to print clothes made from different materials keeps increasing, as shown by Fujifilm’s latest collaboration.

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In October drupa had the honor to support The Inkjet Conference 2016 organized by the European Screen Printing Association. drupa is more than happy to see the success of the the event: 400 international attendees came to Swissôtel Düsseldorf for TheIJC. The participants took the opportunity for professional exchange at 66 tabletops in the TheIJC’s networking area and listened to 52 keynotes.

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Here is a special edition of our future links with the latest news on inkjet printers. They feature ESMA’s third Annual InkJet Conference 2016, the world’s smallest all-in-one printer by HP, a new research project to further develop Océ inkjet printers, UK’s first graphium hybrid UV inkjet press, and the new Orion Touchscreen Tablet Kit.

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What if the conviction of a criminal is in jeopardy because a phone protected by fingerprint biometrics can’t get unlocked? It was a scenario like that, which made researchers from Michigan State University (MSU) develop a technique to recreate fingerprints using a common inkjet printer.

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Our digitalized world gives us the opportunity to save money and resources by organizing tasks on a computer. But according to a study carried out by the German Ministry of Environment Germans use about 250 kg paper per year and capita. A Chinese team of scientists has now developed a smart and resource-efficient alternative: Rewritable paper that can be printed on with water instead of ink.