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Smart Writing Moleskine | The Printing Report

Moleskine notepads are a popular product for boosting productivity and creativity. These traditional notepads are trusted by people in a variety of different professions. In recent years, the Moleskine brand has started to branch out on its traditional products to adopt the digital technologies of today. They haven’t done this by replacing the pen and […]

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The Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation (PGSF) are constantly making strides to support the printing industry and attract more young people to pursuing a career in it. They are a not-for-profit organisation that offers undergraduate college scholarships and graduate fellowship assistance to those interested in a graphic communication career, and their mission is “To strengthen […]

Orée Stylograph at Printing Report

While some people are eager to adopt every new technology that becomes available and completely modernise their lives, others prefer to stick with what they know and what they feel comfortable with, leaning more towards traditional tools. For example, despite all of the amazing technology at our disposal, many of us still prefer to make […]

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When it comes to our bank statements, utility bills and a number of other things, it seems like everyone is trying to convince us to go paperless. The theory is that going paperless will make you more productive and more organised. It’s good for the environment too, which is obviously a good thing, but does […]

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Until recently, most printers have regarded green energy – the electricity generated from a subset of renewable resources, including wind, solar, biomass, biogas and low-impact hydropower – as a matter of social responsability or something that ressonates with customers. This type of energy, however, can be much more than that as shown by Watermill Press, […]

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Hong Kong convenience stores and the addiction to paper point cards. If convenience stores are part of today’s life in many parts of the world, they are almost indispensable in Hong Kong. Due to the lack of space, most locals store very little food or other household consumables at home relying instead in these stores for most […]

If you happened to visit the Komori booth at the latest IGAS printing show in Tokyo you could be drawn to the conclusion that the company is still very much an offset press manufacturer. Its central attraction were two impressive Lithrone sheetfed presses, an eight colour GX40RP and a six colour G40 together with an […]

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For most of the 20th century, the city of Oporto had a vibrant printing sector and some of its finishing houses were regarded among the best in southern Europe for engravings, hand made stitching and other semi-manual jobs related to hardcover books. Since then a lot has changed in the printing and book publishing area […]

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