There’s a lot of technological development happening in all sectors, and the print industry has not been left behind. A wave of new developments has taken over the print industry, making these services faster, better and more efficient. Let’s have a look at what’s new in the print service sector!
This is definitely the most revolutionary development in the printing sector. It has entirely changed the face of printing services – the kind of technology that’s used is remarkable. You can print objects! Like real three-dimensional stuff – isn’t this cool? Apart from its cool factor, 3D printing has proved to be really beneficial to the automobile industry, the aircraft industry and a whole host of areas, including the clothing industry too. Efforts are being taken towards implementing this technology in the food industry too. It’s far-reaching effects have been witnessed even in the medical sector. 3D Printing is indeed proving to be a boon for all industries.
Software development for the print sector:
A host of new softwares are being developed for the print sector – with added features to enhance the printing procedure. These softwares are enabling the common man to design and create parts and objects without any knowledge about engineering. These softwares are being developed to increase the simplicity of designing, to improve the experience of users by increasing their independence. These easy-to-use softwares are becoming very popular.
Improvements in digital printers:
Digital printers already came in as efficient substitutes to offset printers. And now, these already efficient Digital printers are becoming more and more advanced by the day with increased speed, data and image capturing capacity. The latest entrant in the digital printing clan can render text of up to 4000 words per minute. The pace for rendering the images and graphics too does not lag behind. Digital printers are becoming more faster and providing quick services. In a world where time is precious, these definitely come as a saviour.
Biodegradable printer ink:
Even the printing industry has gone eco-friendly with the introduction of bio-degradable ink. This ink was first developed in 1973 but has been widely used in the current years. The immediate acceptance this ink received from the market was immense. These inks have minimal or zero chemical components and are based on soy oil, sun seed oil or rapeseed oil, which are biodegradable in nature. The pigmentation used for these inks are also eco-friendly; thus, making the ink safe for the environment.