Large Format Printing News

Sustainable paper production – Neenah Coldenhove

Our friends at Neenah Coldenhove have shared their philosophy on sustainability and how the gradual conversion of their production to an eco-friendly workflow has had the additional benefit of cost savings.  Saving energy It was late 2015. Aware of the importance of reducing our ecological footprint, we organised brainstorming sessions in both our organisation and […] ... Read More

Readly pop-up event

It has become a true work of art, the Readly pop-up store in the city center of Amsterdam. From 30 November to 8 December, the store called ‘The Wonders of Readly’ offered the shoppers the opportunity to get acquainted offline with the services of Readly. The goal was to give visitors a ‘In Real Life […] ... Read More

New X-Rite eXact release!

The latest eXact release makes color measurement easier, smarter, and faster! What are the updates? Let us tell you: Simultaneous measurement of all M conditions. This means, that in one measure, you can obtain data for M0, M1 Part 2 – for substrates and brighteners -, M2, and M3. This capability saves you time and […] ... Read More

What do you choose? Outdoor Board vs Channel Plastic

Save money and the environment Why choose the second best materials for your signs and displays? If you want the best, choose the best. Choose Oppboga Outdoor for your outdoor signs and displays. Channel Plastic Not easy to recycle. Recycled plastic content is unclear. When cut, exposes unattractive fluted core. Higher thickness means greater transport […] ... Read More

How to pick a laminator

We often hear the same question: “If laminators are in fact just two rollers and a motor, why are some of them more expensive than others?” The answer is quite simple: They are just like cars. All of them have four wheels and a motor, but the price difference can be huge. Everybody recognizes the […] ... 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

News from photokina 2018

With attendance of around 200,000 – Photokina is the largest imaging trade show on the planet and there’s plenty to talk about! Here’s our top debuts of 2018… Hahnemühle goes metallic Photokina saw the debut of a new paper for Hahnemühle, Photo Rag® Metallic’s evenly shimmering metallic effect corresponds perfectly to the haptic of a real artists’ paper, making it […] ... 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

The Australian Professional Printer Awards 2018

In the last weekend of August, in the shadow of Melbourne’s MCG, Starleaton was proud to be part of the 2018 AIPP (Australian Institute of Professional Photography) Australian Professional Photography Awards. Ben Eaton, Starleaton’s CEO explains that “as a company approaching 40 years in the printing industry we have seen its constant evolution, including the […] ... Read More

Colour management gets a boost at Starleaton!

We are please to welcome a new member to our team, Michael Cunha an application specialist focusing on colour and textiles. Cunha arrives with lengthy experience in colour management for textiles as well as FOGRA-certified colour in print, having worked with UK-based fashion house Burberry for many years, followed by four years in Perth, before crossing […] ... Read More

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