Every year in December, the Pantone Color Institute selects the “Color of the Year”, influencing a wide branch of industries with this decision. This years’ champions are surprisingly two colours – Ultimate Gray and Yellow Illuminating.
Es ist wieder an der Zeit für einen neuen Beitrag unserer Reihe #PrintingProfessions, in der wir euch jeden Monat spannende Berufe der Druckbranche vorstellen. Diesmal dreht sich alles um den Ausbildungsberuf zum Informationselektroniker mit dem Schwerpunkt Bürosystemtechnik.
New developments and ongoing collaborations result in the most advanced running shoes from the 3D printer to date. The new technology and the use of the special textile upper material not only promises many advantages for the athletes but also shows how a successful cooperation between creatives and manufacturers can be realised.
With their highly innovative products KeelClip and PaperSeal, the USA-based packaging solutions leader Graphic Packaging International won again important awards for their work. The sustainable packings reduce the use of plastics and are made of renewable resources.
Taking the traditional publishing sector into the future might be a difficult endeavor. In addition to facing the lingering threat of the “more convenient” ebooks, customers are also demanding more sustainable printing practices to keep the publishing industry on top.
Neuer Monat, neuer Beruf aus der Druckindustrie. In der heutigen Episode unserer Reihe #PrintingProfessions stellen wir euch die Weiterbildung zum Druck- und Medientechnikers vor und beantworten die wichtigsten Fragen zum Berufsbild.
Printing sensors on skin used to be a difficult endeavor, considering the temperature development during the process. Now, an international team of engineers has come up with a new way to print wearable sensors directly on skin without heat.
Japanese researchers develop a 3D printing technique with dual nozzles that enables a new form of metal-plastic hybrid printing. The new and improved process opens up application areas for the internet of things and artificial intelligence.
A team of researchers from the ITMO ChemBio Cluster has developed a unique nanoparticle-based ink, to print invisible images. This technology could be the next important step in preventing counterfeiting.