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Whiteboard laminate: indispensable in your hobby or work space

Whiteboards have replaced the old-fashioned blackboard as a regular part of classrooms, workshop rooms, offices and meeting rooms. The whiteboard’s unique selling point, of course, is that you can wipe it down and reuse it. This is not only useful in the classroom, but it is also for many other things. Think of a map where […] ... Read More

Mounting a Print onto Wooden Panel – Professional Method (For pigment-based inkjet prints)

Wet-mounting makes it easy to create a flat, crisp finished work – your print will be mounted directly onto the wood panel. *Dye-based ink bleeds when wet, so is not suitable for this method. Print the image to fit the size of the panel (including the sides which it will be wrapped around). If you […] ... Read More

Aqueous metal prints VS Dye sublimation

As you know by now we recently introduced Allure Panels by Breathing Color, the direct-to-surface printing aluminum panels. Following their release, we have had questions about the quality, especially compared to dye sublimation. Resolution Printing direct-to-surface is inherently more resolute than dye sublimation. With direct printing, each printer dot is laid onto the media which […] ... Read More

Vivid Sydney festival goes sustainable

Visitors to this year’s Vivid Sydney festival are being treated to an unusual (and sustainable) sight: signage printed by VFX Print Group on Oppboga outdoor board supplied by Starleaton, which has survived a lashing from the rain none the worse for wear. The paper-based board offers 3 months of outdoor durability in an ultra-smooth, white and flat sheet, […] ... Read More

SWS Signage and ContraVision bring Uni past to life

Originally published by Print21 SWS Signage, together with media supplier Starleaton, has created an innovative solution to hide building works inside the University of Newcastle, printing one way films with images that reflect the heritage of building. To hide the interior refurbishment works, the university turned to SWS Signage, based in nearby Sandgate. SWS printed archival photos […] ... Read More

Starleaton brings dye sub expert to Australia

Originally published on Print21 Wide format supplies company Starleaton has brought Dutch dye sub expert Gert-Jan Breukink from paper manufacturer Neenah Coldenhove out to Australia for a two week tour. Starleaton is now supplying the Neenah Coldenhove range of dye sub papers, following its acquisition of Uniscreen earlier in the year. Breukink is visiting customers […] ... Read More

5 Reasons why your next monitor should be a ColorEdge

Although a hard pill to swallow, you must admit, not all monitors are created equal. Most are built with basic specs that rarely make a difference in your work. They compete on price because that’s all they have going for them. A select few, however, are built with pride, to elevate your experience. You deserve […] ... Read More

X-Rite IntelliTrax Helps Scottish Book Printer

The Glasgow academic book and journal printer Bell & Bain was founded by James Bell and Andrew Bain in 1831. The respected operation is one of the few Scottish academic printers to have survived the centuries to thrive in today’s ultra-competitive market. Bell & Bain employs more than 80 people, has a turnover in excess of […] ... Read More

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