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SATO Europe launches Russian website

SATO Europe launches Russian website

SATO, the global developer of auto-ID and labelling solutions, has launched a new Russian version of its website. The platform will enable the company to showcase its extensive market knowledge, product offering and technical expertise to the region.

New additive manufacturing software creates grid structures

New additive manufacturing software creates grid structures

For the production of lightweight components and implants, the latest version of the 4D_Additive software from CoreTechnologie allows for the fast and easy creation of internal and external grid structures, so-called lattices.

Ivanti Wavelink enhances printer management capabilities for the supply chain

Ivanti Wavelink enhances printer management capabilities for the supply chain

Ivanti Wavelink, the supply chain business unit of Ivanti, has announced Ivanti Wavelink Avalanche now offers several new management and discovery capabilities for Zebra’s ruggedised thermal and barcode printers for the supply chain.

After COVID-19, what does the Future hold for 3D printing?

After COVID-19, what does the Future hold for 3D printing?

The past decade has seen an explosion in 3D printing, among hobbyists and professional users alike. The ability to prototype – or even, increasingly, industrially produce – almost any component with just a CAD package and a 3D printer has transformed the manufacturing landscape.

Inkjet printer cracks egg coding challenge for Spanish producer

Inkjet printer cracks egg coding challenge for Spanish producer

A Spanish egg producer is using a coding solution from Markem-Imaje to mark 180,000 eggs an hour, while cutting operational costs by at least 20%. The continuous inkjet solution allows the company to change consumables without stopping the printers and reduces the number of printhead cleaning operations, while still meeting its traceability obligations with a high-quality code on each egg.

IT decision makers investing in tech to prioritise productivity - Brother UK

IT decision makers investing in tech to prioritise productivity - Brother UK

UK firms are investing in digital infrastructure to boost their productivity in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to research from Brother UK, the business technology solutions provider.

Toshiba and Kew Computers deliver outstanding efficiencies for Redhill school

Toshiba and Kew Computers deliver outstanding efficiencies for Redhill school

Saint Bede's School is a mixed comprehensive secondary school located in Redhill, Surrey. The school has almost 1,800 pupils aged 11 to 18, with around 330 of these students in the sixth form. In its most recent Ofsted inspection, the school was graded as ‘outstanding’ in all areas.

Konica Minolta withdraws from Drupa 2021 while engaging with customers in new and creative ways

Konica Minolta withdraws from Drupa 2021 while engaging with customers in new and creative ways

Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe has announced its decision to withdraw from its participation at drupa 2021 to follow the path of new, tailored formats of engaging with its customer base.

Zebra launches the ZQ630 mobile printer

Zebra launches the ZQ630 mobile printer

Having grown in popularity over the past 5-10 years, Zebra has launched the newest addition to its printer line: the Zebra ZD630.

3D printing poses a ‘grave and growing threat’ to people’s privacy, experts warn

3D printing poses a ‘grave and growing threat’ to people’s privacy, experts warn

3D printing technology poses a ‘grave and growing threat’ to individual privacy because of the potential for products to reveal private information about individuals, experts have warned.

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