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Fashion Brand H&M Follows The Trend to Individualize Merchandise And Develops Global Digital Printing Platform

Whether in clothing or in the interior design of one's own home – more and more people appreciate personalized merchandise and want to be involved in the design of a product. H&M Group Business Ventures is responding to this trend by developing a new global digital printing platform for the merchandise industry: Creator Studio, an on-demand printing service.

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The Relevance of Gutenberg in Today’s Society and Printing World – Interview with Zvjezdana Cordier from the Gutenberg Foundation

There is no printing world without Gutenberg. His invention made the mass printing of texts possible and remained unchanged until the 19th century. We had the chance to ask the managing director of the Gutenberg Foundation some questions about the significance of Gutenberg in today’s society and the printing world.

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Future Links CW 45

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This week our news round up from the printing industry covers 3M’s new materials for industrial 3D printing, the expansion of Hapa’s inkjet range, a partnership between Mitsubishi Imaging, Inc. and DREWSEN SPEZIALPAPIERE, acquisitions by Ambro and Toppan’s engagement for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

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The digital transformation of industrial printing

Since ancient times, people around the world have been looking to beautify their environment and enrich their lives using decorations. They have used decorative glyphs, paintings, and written words in monochrome and color to reflect their lifestyles and to communicate functional messages. Still today, innovators on worldwide basis always seek solutions for the deposition of decorative and functional materials on everyday objects and surfaces. The driving force behind these developments is the need to mass-produce printed items like books or packaged consumer goods from leading industry brands.

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Future Links February 15th

Today our news roundup from the printing industry covers an expected 3-billion-Euro milestone for the dye sublimation market, Foddjet’s printed meals for the elderly, Aldi Australia’s affordable 3D printers, Amcor’s perspective on plain tobacco packaging, Antalis’ new website for packaging and logistics customers, Dilli’s subsidiary in Europe and new on the drupa blog: Meganews kiosk prints news on demand.

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Meganews kiosk prints news on demand

Newspaper and magazine publishers have been exploring new concepts to bridge the digital world and the world of tangible print products. A noteworthy innovation: Meganews developed a print-on-demand newsstand that delivers magazines directly to the customer. It thus reduces returned copies and saves resources for publishers and retailers. By printing only the copies that are actually bought, Meganews also lowers the environmental impact of newsprint.

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Future Links January 13th

Here are our daily links with the most important news from the printing industry. Today they feature a tourbillon watch made entirely from 3D printed parts, Kornit Digital as technology partner for Merch by Amazon, Katjes software partnership for 3D printed candy, printing businesses focusing on efficiency rather than growth, Autodesk’s quest for nature-inspired 3D printing materials, Magic Touch’s white toner technology and HP’s outlook for the new year.

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Future Links January 6th

Today our news roundup from the printing industry covers the FDA’s ban on three chemicals in food packaging, Aerojet’s contract for 3D printed rocket engine components, tips on how to reduce printing costs, an analysis of Cimpress’ successful strategy, HP’s plans to move to digital in the packaging business, RepRapPro’s closure and new on the drupa blog: HP Brazil’s campaign helps find missing persons.

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