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09 July 2020: The corona virus, lockdown and a roadmap to a new normality; COVID-19 has monopolised world attention for the past few months. It has also had a severe impact on the world of

09 July 2020: In-Mold Electronics (IME) is a process that combines printed electronics with 3D forming and molding to create 3D objects with embedded electronics. The electronics can include interconnects, sensors, rigid IC or LEDs,

09 July 2020: VET-e-MAGES, a web-based decorated textiles supplier based in Thoissey, France, offers print services for professionals in fashion, furniture, accessories, and events, including both B2B and B2C customers. Their clientele includes luxury and

04 July 2020: A new book, ‘Moving Past Disaster: Develop Your Business Next Normal’, authored by Industry consultant and Images contributor Marshall Atkinson, has been just released. The book offers small businesses guidance on post-coronavirus

30 June 2020: Amid such fears of slowdown and shut downs owing to COVID-19, the global dye-sublimation market was valued at USD 8,110 million in 2019, and it is expected to reach a value of

23 June 2020: Mutoh of Japan in now offering the Braille printing capabilities for the new XpertJet 461UF and 661UF. Currently, Braille signs are made in several ways including laser and rotary engraving, photopolymer, cast

18 June 2020: Vastex International has introduced a new Face Mask Pallet with a Quick-Stretch design for rapid screen printing on a wide variety of face mask types and styles, announced Mark Vasilantone, President. “The need

12 June 2020: Japan has once more demonstrated it as an advanced country. Its latest invention consists in a newspaper made of recycled and vegetable paper that you can plant after you’ve read it. It

25 May 2020: Ultrafast Laser Pulses, a new camera system can shoot at up to 70 trillion pictures per second. The best phone cameras can record slow motion with under 1,000 frames per second. New

11 May 2020: Sefar has introduced fabric based electrodes for lighting devices. As panel lights are becoming larger and more flexible, Sefar has developed highly conductive transparent electrodes which allow large area OLED and electroluminescence