Counterfeiting is a major problem for the global wine market. New and highly innovative printing and labeling technologies are needed to prevent the fraud.
Boston Industrial Solutions has a leadership role in the field of innovative inks. The highlight of their product range are silicone-based inks, which are perfect for printing on items made of silicone rubber.
The small emirate Dubai has got an ambitious plan: In 2030, it wants to be the world’s leading 3D printing capital. By then, 25 % of every new building in Dubai shall be constructed by means of 3D printing.
In cooperation with many different international companies Swinburne University of Technology is currently setting up an Industry 4.0 testlab in order to produce commercial parts out of carbon fiber composite with less cost, minimal waste, and improved production capability.
Lighting conditions have a huge impact on colour perception. Since it is not always possible to proof colours in their exact end-use environment, there are some methods helping designers, brand owners, manufacturers and production staff to make sure that a print’s colours match under every light source.
With its new fashion collection, haute couture fashion house Balenciaga innovates the world of traditional tailoring. For the first time, the brand’s creative director Demna Gvalasia used 3D technologies to create dramatic silhouettes and optimize the fit of his newly designed jackets.
Leila Deravi, assistant professor of chemistry and chemical biology at Northeastern University, Boston took the research of squid skin to the next level and the results might also benefit the printing industry.
How do you combine the advantages of a traditional piece of paper with those of the digital world? You enable normal paper to act like a touchscreen – at affordable pricing. That is what researchers at Carnegie Mellin University did.