In the growing concentration towards the integration of digital print into the industrial and functional sector, it is perhaps easy to overlook the directions that the graphic arts segment has been heading in the past year. Interestingly it has almost become an arena of two halves with, on the one side a strengthening challenge to the offset and screen-printing areas and, on the other, the desire to bring entry-level and modestly priced options to market to extend the capabilities of print service providers.
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The power of the processor
Sophie Matthews-Paul comments on how the world now takes computerised technology for granted
Recently I have been turning my attention back to the wide-format segment, which is where I originally made my entrance during the very early days of digital adoption back in the 1980s. In those times one of the key problems with driving any technology forward was the lack of processor power and even the most humble home computer was priced beyond the budgets of the majority. Ever the geek, I wanted to learn more.