Sustainability is not a mere green buzzword: The emerging trend of sustainability which is also one of the main topics at the oncoming drupa 2024 is transforming not only the printing and packaging sectors but also restructuring educational organizations. Responding to the environmental challenges and the changing consumer behaviour, Hochschule der Medien established a brand-new institute on university grounds named “Sustainable Media Institute“.
The Customized #PrintDigitalCon Diary 2022 Will Upgrade Your Experience! – Video Interview With Thorsten Kinnen About The Highlight Project
The PRINT & DIGITAL CONVENTION diary has guided every attendee via its congress programme and has provided space for taking notes since the beginning of the congress trade show. At this year's #PrintDigitalCon, participants can do this in a more personal way than ever before. Thorsten Kinnen, Business Development Manager Commercial Printing at Konica Minolta, gives you a preview of the soon-to-be-presented highlight project in our interview.
It’s time for the next round of showcasing the highlight projects at PRINT & DIGITAL CONVENTION 2022 with a closer look at the book project "Photobook", which shows how innovative production technologies ensure that a book becomes a multisensory experience. Constantin Schmedt, from Schmedt GmbH & Co. KG, shows you what the result looks like in a video.
Reinterpretation of the Children’s Book “Berggorillas” as PRINT & DIGITAL CONVENTION Highlight Project Features Customizable Title Page and Lay-Flat Binding
Once again, it's time to introduce you to a new highlight project at PRINT & DIGITAL CONVENTION 2022. Prepare for the best practices and creative applications displayed at the congress trade show and learn more about the reinterpretation of the children's book "Berggorillas" from Mondberge Verlag.
Geomarketing: How Does it Work? is the Central Question for one of the PRINT & DIGITAL CONVENTION Highlight Projects
At PRINT & DIGITAL CONVENTION 2022 you will have the opportunity to see digital strategies implemented in six special highlight projects. We are successively presenting these on the blog. The first one, you might have seen in a certain magazine, as it is all about one thing: Geomarketing.
US-Israeli manufacturing firm Kornit Digital held its own Fashion Week recently in Tel Aviv. However, what made it so special: Fashion by famous designers was displayed on the runway that was made with the cutting-edge print technology and system of Kornit.
Platform economy is one of the new megatrends at drupa 2024. We explain what this term exactly means and what opportunities the printing industry can experience through the merger of printing specialists.
Higher customer demands and market challenges result in the development of innovative solutions for the print and packaging market. Results are particularly promising when industry leaders put their heads together to meet the customer and market demands. The strong alliance between Esko and CERM announces the world-first integrated solution on how to automate complex label production.
drupa 2024 comes with many new highlights. One of these main focuses is print 4.0! Digitalization in the printing industry is becoming increasingly important, and companies should keep an eye on how they can adapt to this transition. Print 4.0 can be a solution for this as it optimizes process flows within a print job.
What could a material that can heal itself, measure strain, temperature and even humidity be suitable for? The answer: robot hands and arms. At least, that's exactly the function the researchers had in mind when they managed to develop the very thing many had failed at before.
Usually, concrete is created from a mixture of water, cement and aggregates such as sand. Scientists at Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin) and Brunel University have developed a way of turning 3D printing concrete into a more sustainable, robust building material by using recycled glass.