With our series drupa Essentials of Print, we provide printing professionals with a platform to share their views on industry-related topics.
As part of the #PrintingProfessions series, we provide insights into exciting professions in the printing industry. One of them is the media designer digital and print. Here you find all information about the qualified job.
3D printing has proven to know no limits, so it was only a matter of time when this technology leaves Earth and travels as far as humankind has been (and possibly even beyond). Here’s how the technology could enable lunar living!
“We Don’t Sell Only Technology, We Sell Emotions” – Welcome to the Museum of the Printing Arts Leipzig
The Museum of Printing Arts in Leipzig, Germany, combines a printing workshop with exciting exhibition areas in order to bring the history of printing to life for its visitors. Soon the museum itself becomes an exhibit as it is has an own drupa 2020 booth.
The restoration of the iconic Notre-Dame causes some problems as most historical building materials such as Lutetian limestone are not available anymore. But unexpected help comes from the printing sector, as it is possible to 3D-print perfect replicas from the original material.
Today, 3D printing seems to be quite common, but it’s still a complex technique, where problems, such as security risks, can occur. If this technology wants to get ahead of its those issues, the best way would be to adopt another innovation: blockchain.
Professor Steve Morgan and his team at the University of Nottingham are working on a smart sensor bandage to improve healthcare. Equipped with sensors, the wound dressing is able to monitor the patients’ health status and transmit it directly to the patient and the doctors.
After publishing the 6th drupa Global Trends Report annually, we thought it’s time for a comparison – to see what happened over the last five years. How did printers and suppliers develop and have the forecasts been confirmed?
The media technology specialist in the field of printing is one of many exciting professions in the printing industry. In the new drupa blog series #PrintingProfessions you'll find all the interesting information you need to know about the industry professions.
Eric James and his team from Field Ready use modern 3D printing technology for their humanitarian aid work all around the globe. By printing required items and objects right in the disaster areas, they want to create a more efficient, cheaper and sustainable way of helping.