By 2030, greenhouse gases are to be reduced by 55 percent compared to 1990, the European Union demands. As a result, more and more companies are facing the challenge of a more sustainable production. In addition to obvious measures, there are several rather unknown paths that can be taken to achieve sustainability goals. One of these is 3D printing. But how exactly can 3D printing help to become an eco-friendly company?
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.
A new month brings a new profession from the printing industry to be presented on our blog. In today's episode of our #PrintingProfessions series, we introduce you to further education for print and media technicians and answer the essential questions about this profession.
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.
As part of the #PrintingProfessions series, we provide insights into exciting professions in the printing industry. One of them is the media technology specialist in the field of print finishing. Here you find all information about the qualified job.
Video Interview with Sabine Geldermann and Birgit Horn in the Run-Up to drupa preview and glasstec VIRTUAL
In the run-up to glasstec VIRTUAL and drupa preview, our colleagues from the MD Stories team spoke to Sabine Geldermann and Birgit Horn via video conference about these new, digital offers, that give a glimpse of the two fairs next year.
As part of the #PrintingProfessions series, we provide insights into exciting professions in the printing industry. One of them is the media business administrator. Here you find all information about the qualified job.