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‫ﻣﺠﻠﺔ ﻣﺘﺨﺼﺼﺔ ﻓﻲ ﻣﺠﺎل ﺻﻨﺎﻋﺎت اﻟﻄﺒﺎﻋﺔ واﻟﻨﺸﺮ واﻟﺘﻐﻠﻴﻒ‬

‫‪One World,‬‬ ‫‪One drupa‬‬

‫‪ .‬اﻻﻧﻚ ﺟﻴﺖ‬ ‫ﻃﺒﺎﻋﺔ اﻟﻤﺴﺘﻘﺒﻞ‬

‫اﻟﻌﺪداﻟﺨﺎﻣﺲ ‪ -‬ﻣﺎﻳﻮ ‪ - 2016‬ﻏﻴﺮ ﻣﺨﺼﺼﺔ ﻟﻠﺒﻴﻊ‬


‫الندوة االولي الخاصة بمعرض دروبا الدولي‬ ‫النــدوة االولــي الخاصــة بمعــرض‬ ‫دروبــا الدولــي كان فــي القاهــرة‬ ‫بتنظيــم الغرفــة االلمانيــة العربيــة‬ ‫للصناعــة والتجــارة وغرفــة صناعــات‬ ‫الطباعــة المصريــة وكليــة الفنــون‬ ‫التطبيقيــة وشــراكة الپيتــرا وأراب‬ ‫پرينــت ميديــا وأقيمــت فــي زحــدي‬ ‫الفنــادق الكبــري وبحضــور رئيــس‬ ‫معــرض دروبــا الســيد كالوس‬ ‫بولــزا شــونمان والســيدة ســابين‬ ‫جيلدرمــان مديــرة المعــرض وأكثــر‬

‫مــن ‪ ٣٠٠‬مــن المطابــع المصريــة‬ ‫وتحــدث خــال النــدوة كل مــن‬ ‫رئيــس ومديــرة المعــرض ثــم رئيــس‬ ‫الغرفــة االلمانيــة العربيــة للصناعــة‬ ‫والتجــارة ثــم ممثلــي الشــركات‬ ‫الســبعة الراعيــة للحــدث وهــم‬ ‫ •شــركة زيروكس مصر‬ ‫ •شــركة دلتــا للتجارة والتوكيالت‬ ‫التجارية‬ ‫ •شركة تكستي‬ ‫ •شــركة يوسف عالم وشركاه‬ ‫ •شــركة الخيشي هاوس‬ ‫ •شــركة ديچي پرو‬ ‫ •شركةسيدهم وشركاه‬

‫ثاني الندوات الخاصة أحدث تقنيات الطباعة‬ ‫والتغليف‬ ‫ثانــي النــدوات الخاصــة أحــدث تقنيــات‬ ‫الطباعــة والتغليف‬ ‫«معرض دروبا للطباعة ‪«2016‬‬ ‫مكتبــة االســكندرية األربعــاء ‪ ٩‬مــارس‬ ‫‪ ٢٠١٦‬تحــدث خــال النــدوة كل مــن‬ ‫األســتاذة رانيــا كالوي؛ رئيــس قســم‬ ‫مكتبــة الفنــون والوســائط المتعــددة‬ ‫بالمكتبة‬ ‫االســتاذة مــي خيــري مــن الغرفــة‬ ‫األلمانيــة العربيــة للصناعــة والتجــارة‪.‬‬ ‫لمهنــدس ســمير البيلــي ‪ ،‬غرفــة‬ ‫صناعــة الطباعــة والتغليــف‬ ‫ثــم كان هنــاك عــرض تقديمــي عــن‬ ‫«معــرض دروبــا للطباعــة» يلقيــه‬ ‫األســتاذ الدكتــور‬ ‫جــورج نوبــار؛ عميــد كليــة الفنــون‬ ‫التطبيقيــة‪ ،‬جامعــة حلــوان وبعدهــا‬ ‫عروض تقنية ألقاها كل من ممثلس‬

‫الشــركات الســبعة الراعيــة وهــي‬ ‫ • شركة تيكستي‬ ‫ •شركة سيدهم وشركاه‬ ‫ •شركة دلتا للتجارة والتوكيالت‬ ‫ • شركة ديجي برو لحلول الطباعة‬ ‫التجارية‬ ‫ •شــركة مولــر مارتينــي ممثـ ًـا عــن •شركة زيروكس مصر‬ ‫شــركة الخيشــي هــاوس‬ ‫ • شركة يوسف عالم وشركاه‬

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‫اليوم المصري في معرض دروبا ‪....‬‬ ‫يـــوم الخميـــــس الموافــــق ‪ ٢‬يــونيــــو‬ ‫ســيقام اليــوم المصــري للمطابــع‬ ‫المصريــة داخــل معــرض دروبــا الدولــي‬ ‫فــي مدينــة دوســلدورف بالمانيــا يــوم‬ ‫الخميــس الموافــق ‪ ٢‬يونيو ‪2016‬باذن‬ ‫اللــه فــي القاعــة ‪ ٧.١‬الــدور األول‪ ،‬مــن‬ ‫الســاعة الحاديــة عشــر صباحــاً الــى‬ ‫الســاعة الواحــدة بعــد الظهــر بحضــور‬ ‫رئيــس معــرض دروبــا الســيد كالوس‬ ‫بولــزه شــونمان وهــو أيضــاً رئيــس‬ ‫شــركة كــي بــي إى االلمانيــة لصناعــة‬ ‫مكنــات الطباعــة‪.‬‬ ‫وســيكون اليــوم بتنظيــم الغرفــة‬ ‫االلمانيــة العربيــة فــي القاهــرة وإدارة‬ ‫معــرض دروبــا وغرفــة صناعــات‬ ‫الطباعــة المصريــة وأراب پرينــت‬ ‫ميديــا وتحــت رعايــة تســعة شــركات‬ ‫مــن كبريــات الشــركات الطباعيــة‬ ‫فــي مصــر وهــم شــركات الخيشــي‬ ‫هــاوس ويوســف عــام وتكســتس‬ ‫وزيروكــس وســيدهم ودلتــا وديچــي‬ ‫پــرو والحســين واألنظمــة المكتبيــة‬ ‫ا لمتكا ملــة‪.‬‬ ‫وســيلي ذلــك بدايــة الزيــارات‬ ‫والجــوالت الميدانيــة داخــل المعــارض‬ ‫ألهــم الشــركات العارضــة ومنتجاتهــا‪،‬‬ ‫وبحضــور الســادة الــوكالء المصرييــن‬ ‫لتلــك الشــركات ومــع الشــرح‬ ‫المصاحــب باللغــة العربيــة‪.‬‬ ‫ولقــد تــم تنظيــم ندوتيــن خاصتيــن‬ ‫بمعــرض دروبــا واحــدة فــي‬ ‫القاهــرة يــوم ‪ ٩‬فبرايــر داخــل فنــدق‬

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‫ســميراميس انتركونتننتــال واألخــري‬ ‫فــي االســكندرية داخــل مكتبــة‬ ‫االســكندرية يــوم ‪ ٩‬مــارس بــاذن اللــه‪،.‬‬ ‫وقامــت الشــركات خاللهمــا بتقديــم‬ ‫وشــرح أحــدث مــا ســيتم طرحــه وعرصــه‬ ‫داخــل معــرض دروبــا ‪.‬‬ ‫وشــارك خــال النــدوة األولــي الســيد‬ ‫كالوس بولــزه شــونمان رئيــس معــرض‬ ‫دروبــا والســيدة ســابين جيلدرمــان‬ ‫مديــرة المعــرض‪.‬‬ ‫وال شــك بــأن تنظيــم اليــوم المصــري‬ ‫قــد بــدأ منــذ ثمانيــة ســنوات‪ ،‬وســيتم‬ ‫الحفــاظ عليــه بــاذن اللــه فــي كل‬ ‫دورات المعــرض القادمــة لمــا لــه مــن‬ ‫تأثيــر ومــردود إيجابــي علــي مشــاركة‬ ‫صناعــات الطباعــة والتغليــف المصريــة‬ ‫وإظهارهــا بأفضــل الصــور داخــل‬ ‫المحافــل الدوليــة‪.‬‬


‫أساسيات طباعة النفث الحبري‬ ‫(طباعة المستقبل)‪:‬‬

‫أ‪.‬د‪ .‬چورچ نوبار‬

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‫تعتبــر النفــث الحبــري مــن التقنيــات‬ ‫الطباعية التي ال تستخدم أية وسائط‬ ‫او كبســات او إنضغــاط علــى الخامــات‬ ‫الطباعيــة‪ ،‬فهــي تقــوم بنفــث ورش‬ ‫وضــخ الحبــر عــن بعــد علــى الخامــات‬ ‫المتنوعــة‪ .‬وتســتخدم هــذه التقنيــة‬ ‫فــي العديــد مــن الطابعــات الملونــة‬ ‫وأنظمة البروفات الطباعية والطباعة‬ ‫ذات األحجــام الكبيــرة‪ .‬وهنــاك العديــد‬ ‫مــن األنــواع المختلفــة لهذه التقنيات‪،‬‬ ‫نذكــر منهــا‪:‬‬ ‫‪ -١‬النفث الحبري المستمر والذي بدأ‬ ‫منذ بداية ستينيات القرن الماضي‪.‬‬ ‫ويتــم فيــه انتــاج نقيطات علــي المحور‬ ‫الرأســي للخامــة الطباعيــة عــن طريــق‬ ‫سيل مستمر من نقيطات الحبر بينما‬ ‫يتحــرك الــرأس الطباعيــة فــي االتجــاه‬ ‫األفقــي‪.‬‬ ‫وتتكــون هــذه األنظمــة مــن ثالثــة‬ ‫مكونــات رئيســية هــي‪:‬‬ ‫ الفوهــات ‪ -‬نظــام الشــحن ‪ -‬ألــواح‬‫االنحــراف‬ ‫يتــم إدخــال الحبــر الســائل تحــت ضغــط‬ ‫متحكــم فيــه الــى الفوهــات‪ ،‬حيث يتم‬ ‫تقسيمها الى سلسلة من النقيطات‪،‬‬ ‫ويتم إســتخدام قوى إلكتروســتاتيكية‬ ‫للتحكــم في مســار نقيطــات الحبر من‬ ‫مخــرج الفوهــة الــى الخامــة الطباعية‪.‬‬ ‫وتقــوم نبضــات فــرق جهــد كهربــي‬ ‫متحكــم فيهــا‪ ،‬والتــي تمثــل مدخــات‬ ‫النظــام‪ ،‬بوضــع شــحنات بالمســتوى‬ ‫المطلــوب علــى كل نقيطــة حبــر‪.‬‬ ‫وفــي أثنــاء مرورهــا بيــن زوج مــن‬ ‫ألــواح االنحــراف ‪ -‬والتــي يتــم حفظهــا‬ ‫بمســتوى معيــن مــن فــرق الجهــد‬ ‫الكهربي المحدد مسبقاً ‪ -‬تتحرك كل‬ ‫نقيطة رأســياً عن طريق قوى كهربية‬ ‫حســب الشــحنة التــي تحملهــا‪ .‬أمــا‬ ‫النقيطات غير المشحونة فال تنحرف‬ ‫ويعــاد اســتخدامها مــرة أخــري بعــد‬ ‫إعادتهــا الــى مســتودع الحبــر‪.‬‬

‫(‪ )٢‬تقنيــة النفــث الحــراري ‪Thermal‬‬ ‫‪Inkjet‬‬ ‫وفيهــا يتــم تمــدد الحبــر الســائل عــن‬ ‫ـدال‬ ‫طريــق تســخين حجــم صغيــر منــه بـ ً‬ ‫مــن تخفيــض حجــم الخــزان نفســه‪ ،‬ويتــم‬ ‫إنتــاج الحــرارة عنــد مــرور نبضــة إشــارة‬ ‫الصــورة الرقميــة مــن خــال مقــاوم‬ ‫موجــود داخــل خــزان الحبــر‪ ،‬ممــا يســفر‬ ‫عــن تبخــر موضعــي للحبــر وتكويــن‬ ‫فقاعــة‪ .‬ويتســبب الضغــط الناتــج فــي‬ ‫خــروج نقيطــة حبــر‪ ،‬وبعدهــا تختفــي‬ ‫الفقاعــة وبالتالــي تتســبب فــي عــودة‬ ‫الحبــر الــى حالتــه الســائلة الطبيعيــة‪.‬‬

‫‪ -٢‬النفــث الحبــري باســتخدام تقنيــة‬ ‫النقطــة حســب الحاجــة والطلــب‬ ‫ففــي الغالــب ال تحتــاج أى صفحــة‬ ‫طباعيــة ملونــة الــى أعلــى مــن‪ ٣٠‬الــى‬ ‫‪ ٪٥٠‬تغطيــة حبريــة لأللــوان‪ ،‬ومــع‬

‫ويمكــن انتــاج النقيطــات كلهــا بنفــس‬ ‫المقــاس والحجــم والتــي تســمى‬ ‫بالطباعــة الثنائيــة ‪ ،Binary‬او انتــاج‬ ‫مقاســات وأحجــام مختلفــة متنوعــة‬ ‫مــن النقيطــات وتســمي بالطباعــة ذات‬

‫الصفحــات المتكونــة مــن المتــن فقــط‬ ‫قــد تصــل نســبة التغطيــة الــى حوالــى‬ ‫مــن ‪ ٥‬الــى ‪ ٪١٠‬فقــط‪ ،‬وبالتالــي فمــع‬ ‫األنظمة المستمرة يعاد استخدام أكثر‬ ‫مــن نصــف نقيطــات الحبــر‪.‬‬ ‫وللتغلــب علــى تعقيــدات الشــحن‬ ‫وانحــراف وإعــادة اســتخدام نقيطــات‬ ‫الحبــر‪ ،‬تــم انتــاج هــذه التقنيــة لطباعــة‬ ‫النقيطات حسب الحاجة والطلب‪ ،‬حيث‬ ‫يتــم نفــث النقيطــات الحبريــة فقــط في‬ ‫الوقــت والمــكان المطلوبيــن‪ .‬وهنــاك‬ ‫عــدة طــرق لهــذه التقنيــة مــن أهمهــا‪:‬‬ ‫(‪ )١‬تقنيــة الكهربيــة الضغطيــة ‪Piezo‬‬ ‫‪Electric‬‬ ‫حيــث يوجــد خــزان مغلــق ملــيء بالحبــر‬ ‫ولــه فوهــة صغيــرة مــن جهــة واحــدة‪،‬‬ ‫ويتــم تخفيــض حجــم هــذا الخــزان عــن‬ ‫طريــق منشــط ضغــط كهربــي‪ ،‬األمــر‬ ‫الــذي يدفــع الحبــر الســائل الــى خــارج‬ ‫الخــزان مــن خــال الفوهــة الصغيــرة‪.‬‬ ‫وتعتمــد هــذه التقنيــة علــى الكهربيــة‬ ‫الضغطيــة باســتخدام بلــورة مــن‬ ‫التيتانيوم والزيركونيوم والرصاص‪ ،‬وعن‬ ‫طريــق تغييــر الجهــد الكهربــي للبلــورة‬ ‫يتغير حجمها بالتمدد‪ ،‬مما يضغط على‬ ‫الحبــر الســائل إلخراجــه مــن الفوهــة‪.‬‬

‫الدرجــات الظليــة ‪ ،Greyscale‬والتــي‬ ‫بالرغــم مــن انهــا قــد تكــون أبطــأ قليـ ًـا‬ ‫وأغلــى ‪ ،‬اال أنهــا تنتــج تدريجــات لونيــة‬ ‫وظليــة أعلــي فــي الجــودة وتســاعد‬ ‫على توفير كميات األحبار المستخدمة‪.‬‬ ‫ويمكن انتاج أحجام مختلفة للنقيطات‬ ‫داخــل المكنــة الواحــدة عــن طريق ‪:‬‬ ‫ ضــخ ونفــث كميــات مختلفــة مــن‬‫األحبــار‬ ‫ تغيير تردد وسرعات ضخ ونفث الحبر‪،‬‬‫حيــث تتحــد النقيطــات المختلفــة ثابتــة‬ ‫الحجــم معــاً فــي الهــواء وتنتــج أحجامــا‬ ‫مختلفــة مــن النقيطــات الطباعيــة علــى‬ ‫الخامة‬ ‫ومــن أهــم تطــورات طباعــة النفــث‬ ‫الحبــري الطباعــة باســتخدام رؤوس‬ ‫طباعيــة ثابتــة ال تتحــرك بمقــاس عــرض‬ ‫الخامــة الطباعيــة والتــي تمر مــرة واحدة‬ ‫دون توقــف أســفل هــذه الــرؤوس‪ ،‬مما‬ ‫ساعد على زيادة إنتاجية هذه المكنات‬ ‫بشــكل كبيــر وملحــوظ حيــث وصــل‬ ‫بعضها لطباعة عدد عشرة آالف ورقة‬ ‫بمقاس اإلى فور بااللوان من الوجهين‬ ‫فــي الدقيقــة الواحــدة فقــط‪ .‬ويمكــن‬ ‫تغييــر مقاســات العــرض الطباعــي‬ ‫بــكل ســهولة وســرعة عــن طريــق إزالــة‬ ‫وإضافــة رؤوس داخــل المكنــة‪.‬‬ ‫من أهم مميزات طباعة النفث الحبري‪:‬‬ ‫ السرعات االنتاجية العالية‬‫ سرعة دوران العمليات الطباعية‬‫ الطباعة عند الحاجة والطلب‬‫ الطباعــة متغيــرة المعلومــات‬‫المشــخصنة)‬ ‫(المعلومــات‬ ‫ عدم استخدام التجهيزات الطباعية‬‫ الهالك األقل‬‫ سهولة التشغيل والصيانة‬‫ االنتاج االقتصادي للمطبوعات قليلة‬‫ومتوسطة وكبيرة العدد‬ ‫ المرونــة العاليــة فــي الخامــات واالحبــار‬‫والتطبيقات‬ ‫ ســهولة تغييــر مقاســات العــرض‬‫الطباعي عن طريق تغيير عدد الرؤوس‬ ‫الطباعيــة المســتخدمة‬


‫أختراع مصرى يعيد توجيه بوصلة إنتاج‬ ‫الطابعات الرقمية فى العالم‬ ‫شــيء مشــرف لمصرنــا الحبيبــة‬ ‫ولصناعــات الطباعــة المصريــة‬ ‫ســيعرض المهنــدس وليــد ابتكاراتــه‬ ‫داخــل معــرض دروبــا العالمــي خــال‬ ‫الفتــرة مــن ‪ ٣١‬مايــو الــي ‪ ١٠‬يونيــو‬ ‫‪ ،٢٠١٦‬داخــل الصالــة رقــم (‪ )٧‬جنــاح‬ ‫‪ ،E09‬وســيكون هــو المصــري العربــي‬ ‫واالفريقــي الوحيــد الــذي ســيعرض‬ ‫داخــل صالــة االبتــكارات‪.‬‬ ‫وهــذا مــا نشــر فــي االهــرام عــن‬ ‫االبتــكار‬ ‫ابتــكار لرفــع كفــاءة الطابعــات‬ ‫العمالقــة يوفــر ‪50‬بالمائــة مــن‬ ‫ا لكهر بــا ء‬ ‫كتب‪ -‬أحمد عبد الفتاح‬ ‫فــى اطــار البحــث عــن الحلــول‬ ‫العلميــة لمشــاكل الطاقــة فــى مصــر‬ ‫‪،‬تمكــن المهنــدس وليــد محمــد‬ ‫ســيد مــن تخفيــض اســتهالك‬ ‫الطابعــات الرقميــة العمالقــة التــى‬ ‫تعمــل بتكنولوجيــا الليــزر للكهربــاء‬ ‫‪،‬وذلــك مــن خــال ابتــكار طريقــة‬ ‫جديــدة لعمــل الســخانات الخاصــة‬ ‫بالطابعــات ‪ ،‬وأشــار المهنــدس‬ ‫محمــد وهوخريــج الكليــة الفنيــة‬ ‫العســكرية تخصــص كهربــاء الحاســب‬ ‫‪،‬إلــى أن الفكــرة تعتمــد علــى تقســيم‬ ‫الســخان الرئيســى المســؤل عــن‬ ‫تثبيــت الحبــر علــى ســطح الــورق‬ ‫إلــى عــدد مــن الســخانات الفرعيــة‬ ‫يمكــن التحكــم فيهــا ســواء فــى‬ ‫التشــغيل أو األيقــاف أو التحكــم‬ ‫فــى درجــة الحرارة‪،‬بطرقــة منفصلــة‬ ‫حســب مــكان ودرجــة لــون الحبــر‬ ‫الموجــود علــى الورقــة ‪ ،‬ممــا يعنــى‬ ‫تســخين أجــزاء صغيــرة علــى هيئــة‬ ‫مســتطيالت أو مربعــات بطريقــة‬ ‫منفــردة ‪ .‬وهــذه الســخانات تعمــل‬ ‫علــى تثبيــت الخبــر على حيز ضغير من‬ ‫الورقــة يصــل ‪ %1‬فقــط ومعنــى هــذا‬ ‫أنــه فــى حــال طباعــة ‪ %5‬فقــط مــن‬

‫الورقــة وهــى المســاحة المكتــوب‬ ‫عليهــا فإننــا ســنحتاج إلــى تســخين ‪5‬‬ ‫ســخانات فرعيــة فقــط دون تشــغيل‬ ‫كامــل الســخانات الموجــودة فــى‬ ‫الطابعــة ‪ .‬وهــذا ســعمل علــى رفــع‬ ‫كفــاءة الطاقــة للســخان ممــا يوفــر‬ ‫اســتهالط الطابعــة للكهربــاء بنســبة‬ ‫تصــل إلــى ‪ ، %50‬وهــذا ســيكون‬ ‫لــه تأثيــر كبيــر علــى توفيــر الطاقــة‬ ‫للطابعــات العمالقــة التــى تســتهلك‬ ‫كميــة كبيــرة مــن الكهرباء‪،‬خاصــة‬ ‫إذا علمنــا أن متوســط الطاقــة‬ ‫المســتهلكة للطابعــات الرقميــة‬ ‫وماكينــات التصويــر التــى تعمــل‬ ‫بتكنولوجيــا الليــزر فــى مصــر تســاوى‬ ‫‪ %1‬مــن أنتــاج الكهربــاء فــى مصــر‬ ‫أى حوالــى «‪ %15‬مــن كهربــاء الســد‬ ‫العالــى « وذلــك علــى أســاس وجــود‬ ‫مــن ‪ 5-3‬مليــون طابعــة وكينــة تصوير‬ ‫تعمــل بالليــزر ‪،‬فــإن القيمــة المضافــة‬ ‫ســتوفر» ‪ 2.5‬مــن كهربــاء الســد‬ ‫العالــى» والتــى يمكــن توفيرهــا‬ ‫لالســتخدام فــى مشــروعات أخــرى‬ ‫بالدولة‪.،‬وإلــى جانــب ذلــك ســيكون‬ ‫هنــاك تأثيــر آخــر أيجابــى علــى البيئــة‬ ‫نتيجــة خفــض االنبعاثــات الناتجــة عــن‬ ‫توليــد المحطــات للكهربــاء ‪.‬‬ ‫وأشــار إلــى أن الدكتــور فايــز نصيــف‬ ‫أســتاذ الرياضيــات التطبيقيــة بكليــة‬ ‫علــوم عيــن شــمس قــام باعتمــاد‬ ‫النمــوذج الرياضــى الخاصــة باالختــراع‬ ‫والخــاص بحســاب الطاقــة الالزمــة‬ ‫للطابعــات ‪ ،‬كذلــك الفــإن الدكتــور‬ ‫محمــد ســعود أســتاذ الرياضيــات‬ ‫البحتــة قــام باعتمــاد المعامــل البيئى‬ ‫والــذى تــم اســتحداثة للمفاضلــة مــا‬ ‫بيــن الطابعــات فــى المجــال البيئــى‬ ‫وقــال المهنــدس وليــد أننــى قمــت‬ ‫بتقديــم االبتــكار إلــى أكاديميــة‬ ‫البحــث العلمــى للحصــول علــى بــراءة‬ ‫االختراع وأتمنى حاليا عرض االختراع‬ ‫فــى معرضــا دوربــا الدولــى للطباعــة‬ ‫والــذى يعقــد فــى ألمانيــا كل أربــع‬ ‫ســنوات‪ .‬كمــا أتمنــى أن يكــون‬ ‫بمصــر مركــز لتنصيــع البروتوتايــب‬

‫الخاصــة باالبتــكارات التــى تحصــل‬ ‫علــى بــراءات االختــراع حتــى يتســنى‬ ‫تســويقها فــى الداخــل والخــارج‬ ‫وذلــك علــى غــرار مــا يحــدث فــى‬ ‫الــدول المتقدمــة ‪.‬‬ ‫وتعليقــا علــى االبتــكار أكــد الدكتــور‬ ‫جــورج نوبــار عميــد كليــة الفنــون‬ ‫التطبيقيــة جامعــة حلــوان علــى‬ ‫أن فكــرة المهنــدس وليــد هــى‬ ‫فكــرة جيــدة وغيــر موجــودة فــى‬ ‫كبــرى الشــركات العالميــة التــى‬ ‫تصنــع الطابعــات وســيكون لهــا‬ ‫دور كبيــر فــى توفيــر الطاقــة فــى‬ ‫مصــر والعالــم‪ ،‬خاصــة وأن ســخان‬ ‫الطابعــة هــو أكثــر شــىء يســتهلك‬ ‫الكهربــاء داخــل الطابعــة ‪ ،‬مشــيرا‬ ‫إلــى أن الماكينــة الواحــدة الكبيــرة‬ ‫يمكــن أن توفــر طاقــة تصــل تقريبــا‬ ‫إلــى ‪30‬ألــف جنيــه فــى العام ‪.‬وأشــار‬ ‫إلــى أن الفكــرة قابلــة للتطبيــق‬ ‫ولكــن يصعــب تطبيقهــا حاليــا‬ ‫داخــل مصــر خاصــة وأن مصــر ال‬ ‫تمتلــك مصانــع للطابعــات ولكــن‬ ‫يوجــد شــركات لتجميــع الطابعــات‬ ‫‪ ،‬وأوضــح أن عــدد مــن الشــركات‬ ‫األجنبيــة بــدأت بالفعــل التفــاوض‬ ‫مــع المبتكــر إلــى جانــب مطابــع‬ ‫األميريــة وشــركة المدينــة وكيــل‬ ‫شــركة كانــون العالميــة وكان ذلــك‬ ‫خــال عــرض مشــروع االبتــكار أثنــاء‬ ‫فعاليــات المؤتمــر الــذى نظمتــه‬ ‫الكليــة باألســكندرية عــن أحــدث‬ ‫تقنيــات الطباعــة التــى ســتعرض‬ ‫بمعــرض دروبــا القــادم ‪.‬‬

‫وليد سيد‬

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‫اتجاهـــات التغليــــف الحديثــــة‬ ‫منــذ ســنوات قریبــة‪ ،‬وجھــت‬ ‫العدیــد مــن االنتقــادات للتغلیــف‬ ‫وھــذه االنتقــادات كانــت موجھــة‬ ‫مــن علمــاء وجماعــات الحفــاظ‬ ‫علــى البیئــة ‪،‬وأكثــر إتھاماتھــم‬ ‫كانــت مركــزة فــي ثالثــة محــاور‪:‬‬

‫د‪ .‬مجدي عزت عبد القادر‬

‫ یعمــل علــى االســتخدام‬‫‪.‬‬ ‫للخامــات‬ ‫االقتصــادي‬ ‫ ال یوجــد أي تفاعــل بیــن العبــوة‬‫ومحتوا ھــا‪.‬‬ ‫ مالئمة االســتخدام ‪.‬‬‫ یوفــر كل المعلومــات المطلوبة‪.‬‬‫ یوضــع فــي االعتبــار عنــد تصمیمــه‬‫تأثیــره الممكــن علــى البیئــة ‪.‬‬

‫ اســتهالك التغلیــف للمــوارد‬‫بطریقــة مدمــرة‪.‬‬ ‫ التغلیــف أضــاف عبئــا إلــى وبالتالــي فقــد ظهــرت العديــد مــن‬‫مــن المخلفــات‪.‬‬ ‫التخلــص‬ ‫التوجهــات فــي صناعــة التغليــف‬ ‫ التغلیــف یســتخدم كمیــات ومنهــا‪:‬‬‫كبیــرة مــن الطاقــة ‪.‬‬

‫تقنيــات الحمايــة‪:‬‬ ‫‪Barrier Coating Technology‬‬

‫وھنــاك العدیــد مــن المحــاوالت سياسةتصغيرعبواتالتغليف‪:‬‬ ‫لوضــع دســتور للتغلیــف الجیــد‪ ،‬یتعــرض غــاف الســلعة إلــى‬ ‫و هــي مــواد تغطيــة ذات قاعــدة‬ ‫ھــذه المحــاوالت صممــت لتواجــه تعدیــات مســتمرة حتــى أن‬ ‫بوليمر يــه للســطح الخارجــي‬ ‫وتقابــل بصــورة فعلیــة ھــذه الســلعة ذاتھــا تصبــح قدیمــة العھــد‬ ‫والتــى‬ ‫المطــوي‬ ‫للكر تــون‬ ‫االتھامــات‪ ،‬أحــد ھــذه المحــاوالت إذ كان الغــاف ال یتماشــى مــع‬ ‫تعمــل علــى منــع االختــراق‬ ‫كانــت مــن الیابــان فــي بدایــة أخــر اتجاھــات تصمیــم الغــاف « ال‬ ‫‪،‬مثــل اختــراق الرطوبــة والهــواء‬ ‫التســعینات وتــم نشــرھا بالمملكــة ینطبــق ھــذا التعدیــل علــى جمیــع‬ ‫والزيــوت والمذيبــات أو المركبــات‬ ‫المتحــدة‪ ،‬وكانــت شــروط ھــذه الســلع إذ نجــده فــي بعــض الســلع‬ ‫المضــادة للميكروبــات للعبــوات‬ ‫المحاولــة أن التغلیــف یجــب أن أكثر إســتقرارا وأكثر تحفظا ‪،‬ویالحظ‬ ‫‪،‬أو تحســين الوظائــف النوعيــة‬ ‫تتوفــر فیــه الشــروط التالیــة ‪:‬‬ ‫أن تغییــر غــاف مســتحضرات‬ ‫مثــل عــدم التصــاق الكرتــون‬ ‫التجمیــل أســرع مــن حالــة المنتجــات‬ ‫المطــوي بالمــواد الغذائيــة أثنــاء‬ ‫ یواجــه كل المتطلبــات القانونیة الغذائیــة المحفوظــة ‪،‬وقــد ال یكــون‬‫طهيهــا ‪.‬‬ ‫مــن الحكمــة أن نبتعــد بســرعة‬ ‫عــن الغــاف التقلیــدي للســلعة‬ ‫أنظمــة تأميــن العبوات‬ ‫‪،‬ومــع ذلــك ال بــد للمنتــج أن یتبــع ‪Anti-counterfeit systems‬‬ ‫االتجاھــات الحدیثــة لكــي یبقــي‬ ‫علــى الغــاف متماشــیا مــع الســلع قيمــة اســتخدام هــذه األنظمــة‬ ‫األخــرى المنافســة‪».‬‬ ‫يتضا عــف تقريبــا فــى بيــن عامــي‬ ‫تصمیم الغالف‪:‬‬

‫التبســیط فــي تصمیمھــا وتكوینھــا‬ ‫وفــي تصویرهــا ‪،‬وفــي األلــوان‬ ‫إذا قارناھــا باألغلفــة التــي كانــت‬ ‫مســتعملة فــي القدیــم ‪،‬إذ یجــب‬ ‫أن یتناســب لــون الغــاف مــع لــون‬ ‫الســلعة ومــع اللــون الــذي یرغب فیه‬ ‫المســتھلك المســتھدف‪ ،‬كمــا تظھر‬ ‫االتجاھــات الحدیثــة في التغلیف من‬ ‫ناحیــة األغلفــة الصغیــرة الحجــم مــع‬ ‫ظھور االســتھالك الســریع والفردي‪،‬‬ ‫ومراعــاة لحیــز تخزیــن الســلع ‪.‬‬

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‫‪ 2013‬و ‪ ، 2018‬بمــا يعــادل ‪ 500‬مليــون‬ ‫دوالر لقيمــة الســوق‪ ،‬وبخاصــة‬ ‫فــى قطــاع الرعايــة الصحيــه ‪،‬ومــن‬ ‫التقنيــات المســتخدمة فــى هــذا‬ ‫النظــام هــو الهولوجــرام والعالمــات‬

‫المائيــة والبــار كــود وال ـ ‪....RFID‬إلــخ‪.‬‬

‫عبــوات االســتهالك الفرديــة‬ ‫‪Retail-ready packs‬‬ ‫اتجــاه متنا مــي للحــد مــن التكاليــف‬ ‫و مــن المتو قــع أن يعمــل هــذا االتجــاه‬ ‫علــى جلــب حوالــي ‪ 1.7‬مليــار دوالر‬ ‫فيمــا بيــن عــام ‪ 2013‬إلــى عــام ‪2018‬‬


‫تطــور األ ســلوب فــى التصميــم‬ ‫فأصبــح يعتمــد علــى إ ســتخدام‬ ‫فــى‬ ‫المســاعدة‬ ‫الخطــوط‬ ‫تصميــم الخطــوط ‪ ،‬واآلن أصبــح‬ ‫تصميــم الخطــوط يتــم علــى‬ ‫برا مــج خا صــة مثــل ” ‪Font Lab‬‬ ‫حاليــاً الخطــوط المســتخدمه‬ ‫عالميــاً تنقســم إلــى ثالثــة أنــواع‪:‬‬ ‫ •‪Post ScriptType1‬‬

‫ثانيــاً ‪True Type Font :‬‬ ‫هــذه النوعيــة مــن الخطــوط‬ ‫قامت بإنتاجها شركة ” آبل ” وتم‬ ‫ترخيصهــا بعــد فتــرة لتســتخدمها‬ ‫شــركة ” مايكرو ســوفت ” فــى‬ ‫أجهــزة الكومبيو تــر الشــخصى‬ ‫الخــاص بهــا ” ‪ ، ” PC‬هــذه‬ ‫النوعيــة مــن الخطــوط تســتخدم‬ ‫ملــف وا حــد فقــط يحتــوى علــى‬ ‫معلو مــات العــرض علــى الشا شــة‬ ‫وأوا مــر الطبا عــة علــى الطابعــة‬ ‫‪ ،‬يمكــن إ ســتخدام تلــك النوعيــة‬ ‫مــن الخطــوط علــى أجهــزة‬ ‫الكومبيو تــر ” آ بــل ” و ” ‪” IBM‬‬ ‫لكــن شــكل الخــط قــد يحــث لــه‬ ‫بعــض التغيــرات عــن التحــول مــن‬ ‫نظــام إ لــى نظــام‪.‬‬

‫ب) جعــل عال مــات التشــكيل‬ ‫( فــى الخــط العر بــى ) علــى‬ ‫مســافات متســاوية مــن كل‬ ‫حــرف بغيــر النمــط األول‬ ‫مــن الخطــوط وا لــذى يجعــل‬ ‫عال مــات التشــكيل دائمــاً علــى‬ ‫خــط أفقــى وا حــد وذ لــك يصعــب‬ ‫مــن قــراءة النصــوص‪.‬‬

‫تنعيــم أ طــراف الخطــوط ‪Anti-‬‬ ‫‪:Aliasing‬‬ ‫هــى تقنيــة حســابية يقــوم‬ ‫بهــا الكومبيو تــر بهــدف تنعيــم‬ ‫النقــات اللونيــة ‪ ،‬وذ لــك بجعــل‬ ‫البكســيالت المجــاورة لــكل‬ ‫عنصــر ذات لــون مهجــن بيــن‬ ‫لــون العنصــر نفســه والخلفيــة‪.‬‬ ‫هنــا يتــم إ جــراء عمليــة د مــج‬ ‫لأل لــوان وبهــذا ال يصبــح العنصــر‬ ‫ثالثــاً ‪Open Type Font :‬‬ ‫هــذه النوعيــة مــن الخطــوط ( أو النــص ) ذا تفاصيــل حــادة‬ ‫قا مــت بإنتاجهــا كال مــن شــركتى مــع الخلفيــة‪.‬‬ ‫” آ بــل ” و ” ‪ ” IBM‬ويمكــن‬ ‫إ ســتخدامها علــى كال النوعيــن يعيــب هــذه التقنيــة‪:‬‬ ‫مــن األجهــزة بــدون أى مشــاكل ‪ -1‬يعطــى حجــم ملــف أكبــر‪.‬‬ ‫أو تغيــرات عــن فتــح الملــف ‪ -2‬يحتــاج لو قــت تنفيــذ أكبــر‬ ‫النصــى علــى أ يــاً مــن النظاميــن‪ ( .‬وذ لــك إل جــراء عمليــة الحســاب‬ ‫)‪.‬‬ ‫ •‪True Type Font‬‬ ‫‪ -3‬عنــد إ ســتخدامه بشــكل‬ ‫ •‪Open Type Font‬‬ ‫و مــن مميزا تــه ‪:‬‬ ‫ويســتخدم جهــاز األ بــل نــوع أ ) شــكل ثا بــت لتنســيق مبا لــغ فيــه يعطــى تأثيــر مهتــز‬ ‫إضا فــى يعــرف ب ـ ‪ DFONT‬و هــو الصفحــات النصىــة عنــد تبادلهــا للعنا صــر ‪.‬‬ ‫مشــابه ل ـ ‪ . Open Type Font‬بيــن أجهــزة ا ل ـ ‪ Apple‬و ا ل ـ ‪. IBM‬‬ ‫أوال ‪Post ScriptType1 :‬‬ ‫ً‬ ‫ظهــر هــذا النــوع مــن الخطــوط‬ ‫منــذ أن قد مــت شــركة « أدو بــى‬ ‫« لغتهــا ” بو ســت ســكريبت ”‬ ‫عــام ‪ ، 1985‬و هــذا النــوع مــن‬ ‫الخطــوط يتكــون مــن ملفيــن ‪:‬‬ ‫ملــف لعــرض الخــط علــى‬ ‫الشا شــة‪ :‬و هــو عبــارة عــن صــورة‬ ‫مصفوفيــة ” ‪.” Bitmap‬‬ ‫ملــف للطابعــه‪ :‬يحتــوى علــى‬ ‫أوا مــر لغــة ” البو ســت ســكريبت‬ ‫” علــى هيئــة متجهــة ” ‪” Vector‬‬ ‫لو صــف الحــدود الخارجيــة لشــكل‬ ‫الخــط ويتــم ملــئ األما كــن‬ ‫الداخليــة لــه أثنــاء الطبا عــة‪.‬‬ ‫وكالهمــا أسا ســى فــى تكو يــن‬ ‫ا لخــط‪.‬‬ ‫‪9‬‬


‫الخطـــوط الرقميـــة ‪...‬‬ ‫الصــورة أهــم مــن ‪ 1000‬كلمــة ‪ ،‬إال أن العديــد مــن المعلومــات ال يمكــن ذكرهــا عــن طريــق الصــورة فقــط ‪،‬‬ ‫بــل نحتــاج إلــى الكتابــه لتوصيــل تلــك المعلومــات إلــى المتلقــى‪.‬‬ ‫والخطــوط الرقميــة هــي اإلختيــار األصعــب أمــام المصمــم أثنــاء عمــل تصميماتــه ‪ ،‬وليــس شــكل الخــط هــو‬ ‫فقــط مــا يشــغل تفكيــر المصمــم بــل إيضــاً الخصائــص التكنورلوجيــة للخــط‪.‬‬ ‫هنــا ســوف نتنــاول ثالثــه محــاور خاصة بالخطوط الرقميه بالدراســة‪¬ :‬‬ ‫ • طباعــة الخطوط‬ ‫ •تصميــم الخطوط‬ ‫ •تنعيــم أطراف الخطوط‬ ‫تتــم‬

‫د‪ .‬ابراهيم والي‬

‫طباعــة‬

‫أوال ‪ :‬كيــف‬ ‫ً‬ ‫ا لخطــو ط‬ ‫أول خــط تــم طباعتــه كان‬ ‫بإ ســتخدام الحــروف المعدنيــة‬ ‫المنفصلــة ل ـ ” جوتنبــرج ”‬ ‫وكذ لــك الخشــبية ‪ ،‬فــى‬ ‫القــرن ا ل ـ ‪ 15‬وكان تقريبــاً مــن‬ ‫شــكل‬ ‫تعد يــل‬ ‫المســتحيل‬ ‫الحــرف ‪ ،‬ثــم فــى عــام ‪1886‬‬ ‫تــم إ ســتخدام الجمــع الســطرى‬ ‫للحــروف ‪ ،‬ثــم فــي ســبعينيات‬ ‫القــرن العشــرين تــم إ ســتخدام‬ ‫تكنولوجيــا الجمــع التصو يــرى‬ ‫مــع أ فــام التصو يــر الميكانيكــى‬ ‫ثــم فــى الثمانينيــات مــن‬ ‫نفــس القــرن بــدأ إ ســتخدام‬ ‫أجهــزة الكومبيو تــر فــى الجمــع‬ ‫التصو يــري بإ ســتخدام شــعاع‬ ‫الليــزر إ لــى أن جــاء العصــر‬ ‫الذهبــى للنشــر المكتبــى فــى‬ ‫عــام ‪ 1984‬حيــن قد مــت شــركة‬ ‫” آ بــل ” أول جهــاز كومبيو تــر‬ ‫شــخصى يمكــن توصيلــه بطابعــة‬ ‫ليــزر مكتبيــه تطــورت مــن اللــون‬ ‫الوا حــد ا لــى طابعــه ملو نــة‪.‬‬ ‫و فــى عــام ‪ 1985‬قد مــت شــركة‬ ‫” أدو بــى ” حـ ًـا حا ســماً لطبا عــة‬ ‫الصــور المتجهــة تمثــل فــى لغــه‬ ‫توصيــف الطابعــات ” بو ســت‬ ‫ســكريبت ” ” ‪” Post Script‬‬ ‫والتــى اتا حــت الفر صــة ألول‬ ‫مــرة لطبا عــة الر ســوم المتجهــة‬ ‫” ‪ ” Vector Graphics‬والتــى‬ ‫يــدرج تحتهــا كل الخطــوط‬ ‫الرقميــة ‪ ،‬وهنــا أصبــح متــاح‬ ‫للمصمــم أن يــرى شــكل الخــط‬ ‫قبــل طباعتــه‪.‬‬

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‫يتــم‬

‫تصميــم‬

‫ثانيــاً ‪ :‬كيــف‬ ‫ا لخطــو ط‬ ‫أول شــكل للخطــوط تمــت‬ ‫صياغتــه يدو يــاً فــى ز مــن ”‬ ‫جو تنبــر ج‬

‫و فــى ز مــن عصــر النهضــة‬ ‫األوروبيــة تــم اإل ســتعانه بنســب‬ ‫جســم اإلنســان فــى تصميــم‬ ‫أ شــكال الخطــوط وذ لــك بتوظيــف‬ ‫تلــك النســب فــى هيئــة هند ســية‬ ‫كان الملــك لو يــس الرا بــع عشــر‬

‫قــد إبتكــر طريقــة خا صــة فــى‬ ‫تصميــم شــكل الحــروف مــن‬ ‫خــال إ ســتخدام شــبكة مكو نــة‬ ‫مــن ‪ 2304‬خليــه يتــم ر ســم الحــرف‬ ‫علىهــا بإ ســتخدام مجمو عــات‬

‫مــن تلــك الخال يــا اتا حــت تلــك‬ ‫الطريقــة الفر صــة إلنتــاج أ شــكال‬ ‫مختلفــة مــن نفــس الحــرف ‪،‬‬ ‫و عــرف هــذا األ ســلوب الحقــاً‬ ‫باأل ســلوب الريا ضــى والهند ســى‬ ‫لتصميــم الحــروف‪.‬‬


NEW X-RITE EXACT XP HELPS PACKAGING CONVERTERS ACCURATELY MEASURE COLOR ON FLEXIBLE FILM

ELIMINATES MEASUREMENT VARIATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH FLEXIBLE FILM TO HELP USERS BETTER CONTROL COLOR

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-Rite Incorporated, a global leader in color science and technology, and its subsidiary Pantone LLC, announced the X-Rite eXact™ Xp, a new option in the company’s award-winning eXact spectrophotometer platform. The eXact Xp is designed to help package printers and converters more accurately measure color on flexible film materials. Printers, ink and premedia suppliers, and brands can use this new handheld device to better understand, control, and manage colors on flexible film materials across the entire packaging supply chain. Even the most sophisticated converters can find it challenging to measure color on flexible film substrates. For some types of films, the orientation of the measurement instrument relative to the film’s extrusion direction can impact results. With the eXact Xp, X-Rite has addressed this challenge, introducing special enhancements that help users accurately and consistently measure on a variety of film substrates, including lamination materials and base structures. “The costs of getting color wrong on packaging can

be significant,” says Chris Winczewski, Vice President of Product Marketing, X-Rite. “A packaging converter that measures color inconsistently runs the risk of customer rejections that result in time-consuming rework and waste. The new X-Rite eXact Xp addresses the unique challenges of working with film materials and can be used as part of an end-to-end color management process. With X-Rite eXact Xp for measurement, PantoneLIVE™ as a repository of reliable digital color standards and ColorCert®: X-Rite Edition for statistical process control, packaging converters can deliver new levels of color control and increased service for their clients.”

on display at drupa 2016, May 31 through June 10 at the Düsseldorf Fairgrounds in Hall 8b A23. The X-Rite eXact Xp will be available in May 2016 on a worldwide basis through X-Rite channels and directly from X-Rite. For more information visit www.xrite.com/eXact.

The X-Rite eXact Xp supports the measurement modes M0, M1, M2 and includes all of the same features as the other devices in the eXact Family of spectrophotometers, including X-Rite eXact Scan. It fully supports ISO color measurement standards and measurements are compatible with common measurement modes of the standard eXact on printed materials. The eXact Xp is also supported with existing eXact Family software and applications. The X-Rite eXact Xp will be

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Kodak Intros New Model for Newspaper Printing

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ith the opening of its new digital inkjet newspaper printing facility in the Channel Islands, UK today, Kodak is using its Prosper 6000P inkjet presses to bring a new approach to newspaper printing to the market. The Jersey and Guernsey is-

lands, now able to receive the Jersey Evening Post and the major UK national newspapers, are examples of communities where newspaper printing can be revived with the efficiencies provided by printing on Kodak’s high-speed inkjet versus traditional offset:

2 KODAK PROSPER 6000P presses and 4 Hunkeler Combi-solution Newspaper finishing lines at KP Services • Printing 35,000 newspapers each day • With presses running at speeds up to 1,000 feet or 300 meters per minute • Delivering 3,000 newspaper per hour Where offset had begun to limit how, where and when certain regions could receive the newspaper, Kodak’s created an approach using inkjet presses that, when extrapolated to similar areas, will revive the newspaper market in regions affected most by the pressures to print on demand, in shorter runs and efficiently as possible.

Xerox is Set to Reveal two New Inline Finishing Options for its Rialto 900 Inkjet Press at Drupa

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isitors to Drupa, which starts 31 May, will see the Rialto with a dynamic perforator, enabling the creation of horizontal, vertical or t-section tear offs. It will also come with a second high-capacity stacker, enabling continuous operation so print providers can keep presses running while unloading the other stacker. Xerox Europe high-speed inkjet marketing manager Jo Oliphant said: “What these new features

are doing is really enhancing the capability of the product. The big thing about the Rialto is it is phenomenally productive, incredibly productive for its footprint. That is one of the things we are really pleased with. We have been trying to think of other machines as productive per square meter but we couldn’t think of any.” The perforator should allow Xerox to open up new direct mail and

promotional markets. The new features will have their first showing at Drupa and afterwards Xerox will announce when they will become available to the market. The Xerox Rialto 900 Inkjet Press costs around £614,000, (PrintWeek). It is a roll-to-sheet duplex colour press with a max speed of 320 A4ppm and a monthly volume of 1.5m-5m A4 impressions. Its stock weight ranges from 60-160gsm and it uses water-based pigment ink. It is built by Impika in France and was the first press to be jointly developed since Xerox acquired Impika in 2013. At Drupa Xerox will also show for the first time its new B3-plus format sheetfed press, the Brenva, and the Trivor 2400 Inkjet Press.

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HP PageWide Web Presses It’s What’s Next. Always.

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HP Inc. Inspires Print Providers to Reinvent their Possibilities at Drupa 2016

Company unveils HP PrintOS, a cloud-based, mobile platform that simplifies and automates print production management

HP Inc. announced that it will exhibit the industry’s broadest portfolio of digital printing solutions at drupa 2016, including new advancements that demonstrate how HP digital print technology enables print service providers (PSPs) to reinvent their possibilities. The company also unveiled HP PrintOS, a cloud-based operating system that reinvents how customers manage print production. The revolutionary new platform will make its worldwide debut at drupa 2016. For the first time in drupa history, the HP Graphics Solutions Business is hosting the tradeshow’s largest exhibit in hall 17 and the world’s biggest digital printing showcase for the eleven day event. In keeping with the evolving landscape of drupa, HP will display its latest technology for the general commercial printing segment, in addition to new hardware and solutions for labels and packaging, large-format and sign and display application areas. “HP is bringing the full power of our vast portfolio of digital print-

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ing solutions to drupa 2016, featuring breakthrough innovations,” said Rob Le Bras-Brown, global head of print marketing, HP Inc. “With today’s introduction of HP PrintOS and more ground-breaking pre-drupa announcements to come, HP is following through on our promise to ‘keep reinventing’ with advancements across application segments that truly enable our customers to reinvent their possibilities.” Simplifying and automating print production management An open, secure and integrated platform for print production management, PrintOS is a cloudbased operating system ideal for PSPs of all segments and sizes for use with HP Indigo, PageWide Web Press, Scitex and Latex digital printing technology. Featuring a suite of intuitive webbased and mobile applications, PrintOS helps simplify and automate print production, enabling customers to start printing jobs, faster. Additionally, cloud connectivity allows customers to monitor print status remotely as well as track and improve production performance over time. “We run a multi-shift, multi-press operation at ProCo, yet we have not previously had a window into the production performance of our digital operation,” said Graeme Parry, production director, ProCo. “PrintOS offers anytime, anywhere access, enabling more visibility than ever into our business. Not only are we using PrintOS to drive better print performance, but it’s also helping raise the bar of our staff, empowering operators with the right tools to better oversee production. It’s fantastic.” Among others, PrintOS applications include: • Box, a tool simplifying job onboarding through non-automated channels like email and file transfer services. Often, a disproportionate amount of time and effort

are invested in handling jobs prior to production. By standardizing processes, Box reduces upfront overhead, increasing capacity and improving profitability. • Site Flow, which combines automated order submission, pre-press and shop floor management capabilities to address the needs of PSPs serving the business-to-business and business-to-business-to-consumer markets. The application allows PSPs to offer attractive costs and higher levels of service to fulfill hundreds, thousands or tens of thousands of individual, personalized print orders every day, including direct shipment to end customers. HP Indigo and PageWide Web Press customers can begin using PrintOS on May 31, 2016. Many apps will be available without charge to existing customers with a service contract, while certain apps will be subject to monthly subscription and usage charges. HP Financial Services, IT investment solutions and financing provider for HP Inc., can help customers gain easier and faster access to innovative digital printing technology. Customers have the flexibility to choose how they acquire and pay for an HP PrintOS solution, with IT investment options that can be customized across HP Inc.’s product portfolio, based on business needs.


Even More Profitable Production of Short runs Using The latest Generation of Heidelberg Anicolor Technology New Anicolor 2 at drupa 2016 for the Speedmaster XL 75 for greater flexibility and speed during production

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do commercial and packaging printers have in common? Both need to optimize their processes so they can deal with increasingly shorter production runs and frequent order changes involving different materials while still remaining profitable. While the CMYK color model is used for printing advertisements, lots of spot colors are customary when printing packaging and labels. This is where the Anicolor short inking technology from Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG comes in, offering an optimum solution package for the flexible production of short runs. The advantages can be summarized with the formula 90-50-50: Around 90 percent less waste thanks to fast and constant inking. It takes just 20 to 30 start-up sheets to reach the correct ink levels for a new order. The result is a 50 percent reduction in setup times combined with a 50 percent increase in productivity.

This is achieved with three innovations. - The first is the Anicolor Booster. This can be activated at the push of a button on the Prinect Press Center and permits a wider range of inks thanks to an improved setting range for ink density on different printing stocks. Up to 15 minutes can be saved here by not having to change the screen roller. - The second is a faster washup program that provides for faster ink changes and therefore shorter setup times thanks to 9,000 revolutions per hour instead of the previous 7,000. - The third is a function allowing the operator to choose between “standard”, “short”, or even “none” for the ink shut-off time, depending on the color assignment from one job to the next. At drupa 2016, the Speedmaster XL 75 Anicolor 2 will be presented at the IST stand in Hall 2, right in the passage to Heidelberg in Hall 1.

Heidelberg will be presenting the next generation of Anicolor technology at drupa 2016 with Speedmaster XL 75 Anicolor 2 for greater flexibility, speed and productivity.

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BOBST 125 YEARS OF INNOVATION AND ENGAGEMENT

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OBST, a family company based in Lausanne, launched a year to celebrate its anniversary, from autumn 2015 to autumn 2016 it held a year of events running under the motto “125 YEARS: FOR THE NEXT GENERATION”. Dating back four generations, the company was founded in 1890 and has managed to build an ambitious international economic project while remaining true to its roots and human values. BOBST is embarking on this anniversary with its sights focused firmly on the future. BOBST has chosen this slogan first of all to thank its customers who have placed their trust in the brand for 125 years. It is also to pay tribute to its staff, whose enthusiastic work has given the brand’s products and services their renowned excellence. Innovation is written into the company’s DNA, it is at the

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core of its strategy and has resulted in close to 1›350 patents. Today, BOBST offers equipment, which provides a targeted response to its customer›s individual requirements. Its digital print systems open up new, highly profitable, outlets and give manufacturers as well as brand owners innovative solutions, especially in personalized production and short runs of packaging and labels. BOBST at DRUPA 2016 BOBST will be launching some great new products at drupa 2016, which will include: - a brand new MASTERCUT as a high productive die-cutter, - a new MASTERFOIL delivering up to 30% more production, - a brand new M6 UV flexo press for folding carton production, challenging offset by offering job changeovers in under a minute, - and a new, highly automated, folder-gluer that will allow packaging manufacturers to

realize ‘zero fault’ production. Also the company will be launching new CI flexo, in-line flexo, gravure and digital printing solutions and a new ‘compact yet powerful’ laminator, as well as coaters, metallizers, Digital Flexo™ solutions for cartons and flexible packaging, Extended Color Gamut printing systems, tooling software for the production of die-cutting forms, and new services solutions that will make owning a BOBST even easier, as well as even more productive.


The weekly Verdigris blog by Laurel Brunner

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e’re all familiar with the annual shindig the World Economic Forum (WEF) hosts at Davos in Switzerland. It combines spectacular scenery with spectacular visions for our collective economic future. But we are probably less aware of the regular white papers the WEF puts out. One of their latest efforts is part of Project Mainstream, a collaboration between the WEF, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and the McKinsey Centre for Business and Environment. Project Mainstream’s objective is to remove bottlenecks in processes, so that we can all transition to a circular economy. The group’s recent white paper deals with paper. The addition of ink to paper causes difficulties with current recycling models. It is unrealistic to expect people to sort papers according to how they are inked prior to recycling them. But the addition of chemicals to paper impedes its reuse, because removing them damages the fibre, which constrains its use in future applications. There are apparently over 6,000 chemical compounds used in printing inks, so this is a big problem. Its

scale, plus trends in the graphic arts, suggest that recycling processes have to change. They must be able to handle a constantly varying combination of inks and chemicals, so that the fibre can be reused. This is especially important for digital printing papers, inks and toners, which use often quite complex chemical formulations. In the sign and display market for example, some applications require extreme scratch resistance and durability. Desirable application characteristics may severe restrict the print’s recyclability, once it reaches end of life. What is needed is recycling processes that support the diversity of printing technologies, inks and substrates, including digital. Recycling in the graphics industry needs a new approach, one that supports the chemical and substrate diversity of modern print. The WEF’s white paper suggests that print buyers and printing companies should be “Riding the Fibre”.

health food, but it’s meant to convey the perspective of paper fibres. The WEF asks people to consider print investment decisions in a series of don’ts, such as “don’t attach that to me or I’ll be thrown away” and “don’t attach that to me - getting rid of it might consume a lot of energy”. The paper provides guidelines so that we can consider substrates, inks, coatings, primers and production methods, with an eye to how effectively paper based print media projects can be recycled. The problem with all of this is that it assumes people will bother to learn about recycling processes and make decisions accordingly. It also assumes that recycling processes are the same in every region, and that companies and their customers have control. This is one of the important lessons we have learnt about sustainability control of every stage in the process is impossible for most of us. Still, little by little we move forward.

Laurel Brunner

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Arab Print Media Joined the Verdigris Project’s This article is part of the Verdigris series of stories about understanding the environmental impact of print. The Verdigris Project is supported by Agfa Graphics (www.agfa.com), Digital Dots (http://digitaldots.org), drupa (www.drupa.com), EFI (www.efi.com), Fespa (www.fespa.com), Kodak (www.kodak.com/go/sustainability), Mondi (www.mondigroup.com/products), Pragati Offset (www.pragati.com), Ricoh (www.ricoh.com), Shimizu Printing (www.shzpp.co.jp), Splash PR (www.splashpr.co.uk), Unity Publishing (http://unity-publishing.co.uk) and Xeikon (www.xeikon.com).

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Arab Print Media Joined the Verdigris Project’s Publishing Network print including ISO 16759.

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he Verdigris Project - Giving Print a Sustainable Voice Verdigris is the industry research initiative working to dispel misunderstandings about the environmental impact of print media. We do this by investigating and reporting the sustainability of print and other media and sharing our findings with the international printing and publishing communities. Our ultimate goal is to help mobilise manufacturers, printers, print buyers and publishers to raise awareness of print’s sustainability. Establishing the facts about print and the environment is vital to achieving this. Why Verdigris? Founded in 2008 by Laurel Brunner of graphic arts research group Digital Dots, Verdigris exists to counter the myths and misconceptions that have proliferated about the printing industry’s negative impact on the environment. To the uninformed, print is about shrinking forests, greasy ink and stinking landfills. “Think before printing” has become a convenient, if misguided, badge for any organisation seeking to demonstrate its environmental credentials. While some of this may once have been true, the printing has made huge improvements in its environmental impact. Today print is an industry firmly committed to sustainability and with a positive story to tell. Verdigris exists to help the industry tell that story. What the Project do Verdigris is about sharing information and opinion to help

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those involved in communications understand and evaluate the respective carbon footprints of different media, particularly print. We place the emphasis on gathering empirical data which we then distribute free of charge to trade publishers, print service providers and end users around the globe. Verdigris content development is independently managed by people who know and understand print technology. In this way we aim to create a dialogue with different markets worldwide, raising and discussing environmental issues at a local level, providing market research and articles, and promoting print businesses that are following best practice. At the same time we are building a reputation as a reliable source for authoritative information and comment on the environmental aspects of print production. This gives us access to a growing number of international platforms from which we can make the case for print as a sustainable medium. At drupa 2012, for example, our association with drupa (a founder member of Verdigris) helped place sustainability high on the show agenda, and with EcoPrint Europe recently joining as a associate supporter a similar emphasis can be expected in Berlin in September. We are also a major contributor to the development of ISO 16759, the emerging standard for calculating the carbon footprint of print media products. Verdigris founder Laurel Brunner is the convenor of ISO Working Group 11, which is responsible for standards related to the environmental impact of

How the Project do it Verdigris helps combine the resources of manufacturers, industry associations, commentators and media to create a source of authoritative information and about the sustainability of print. We work closely with the printing industry’s key players to provide free research and content to the print community via the Verdigris Publishing Network of 39 influential publications in 30 countries. If you would like to join the VPN, please get in touch. To date articles—all of which are available online—have covered topics such as: how to assess your environmental impact; waterless printing; carbon calculators; deciding between print and electronic media; deinking; and waste management. Supporting companies and events are Agfa, Canon, EcoPrint Europe, drupa, EFI, HP, Pragati Offset, Ricoh, Xeikon and Xerox. VPN magazines publish a full list of all supporters every time they use Verdigris content. Add your voice to Verdigris Anyone can get involved in Verdigris and contribute content and ideas to the editorial process. In addition there are other ways to amplify the Verdigris message, grow the Verdigris community and boost your own environmental initiatives. Linking Verdigris to your website, and incorporating our RSS news feed, provides customers, partners and employees with authoritative data and views on environmental issues and impact of print. Adding the Verdigris logo to your communications will raise awareness of the project and promote your involvement. The Verdigris Directory of ISO 14001-certified print companies is free, unique and generates business.


Canon shows leadership in continuous feed inkjet for production print at Drupa 2016

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t drupa 2016, Canon, world-leader in imaging solutions, will look to impress visitors with the live, industrial-scale production of finished products on end-to-end solutions. Cementing its position as a leading developer of continuous feed inkjet technologies for production print, Canon will show-case a complete line-up of high performance presses for business communications, publishing and commercial print applications. The presses on the stand (Hall 8a, Stand B50) will include the Océ ImageStream 2400 and two lines of the newly announced

Océ ColorStream 6000 Chroma (see separate press release) featuring high-end configurations for specific market segments. The ImageStream 2400 continuous feed inkjet press will be exhibited for the first time at an open exhibition. The press is now shipping commercially and has been successfully installed with customers across Europe. The first print service provider to install the device was Totem, the largest digital printing house in Poland. Specialising in short-run book production, Totem needed digital technology that would enable them to meet the grow-

ing demand for fast turnaround of very short, high quality runs, allowing their customers to offer a greater range of titles while retaining little or no stock. Michał Rejnowski, CEO and owner of Totem.com.pl comments: “We looked carefully at a number of options and decided to invest in the ImageStream 2400 because of its unique ability to print at high quality on standard offset coated stock at high speed. The device has certainly met our expectations in terms of print quality and has allowed us to speed up our delivery process and be more flexible in production.”

Masar Printing & Publishing in Dubai invests in latest FoldLine

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printing company Masar Printing & Publishing in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, integrates the folding solution FoldLine from manroland web systems into its new digital printing workflow with a Kodak Prosper 6000 C. The FoldLine has reached the Middle East region. The manroland web systems finishing solution has already started production. With the order from Masar Printing & Publishing in Dubai, digital inline finishing equipment from Augsburg has entered another important printing market in the world. In the future, the FoldLine, in a workflow with a Ko-

dak Prosper 6000 C, will ensure premium performance in the printing room. “Masar is the first in the world to acquire the fastest digital press, Kodak Prosper 6000 C. That is why we decided to also invest in the highly developed FoldLine from manroland web systems in order to approach full and comprehensive flexibility between printing and finishing. We aim to run the Kodak Prosper 6000 C in multi-shift-operations, a one shop-stop from reel to delivering the final product – which exceeds the customers’ expectations,” comments Faisal Bin Haider, Chief Executive Officer, Printing & Distribution Sector at Dubai Media Inc.

The world’s most modern FoldLine The fully-equipped FoldLine for Masar will have all the possible options for maximum flexibility during production and it will be the most efficient system of its class worldwide. From book blocks to newspapers and glued, as well as stitched commercial products, everything can be produced with the folding aggregate. With the software plugins (WorkflowBridge and MasterQ) from manroland web systems as an extension to the Kodak workflow, the customer can optimize, sort, and verify job sequences

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Cost-Effective Inkjet Solutions for Book Printing Challenge from KBA Solution Rise to the challenges of the market with a KBA RotaJET L Commercial! Whether you are printing monochrome fiction and manuals or educational books in 4C on coated material – you can benefit from the advantages of the KBA RotaJET L Series.

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he book printer’s dilemma: • A declining number of copies on the one hand • An increasing number of new publications on the other • Increasing demands for integrated delivery processes This makes an optimization of production processes unavoidable.

• High level of automation and efficiency with flying job changes • Variable frame lengths and full format flexibility • Compatibility with market-leading online finishing systems Rise to the challenges of the market with the KBA RotaJET L Commercial!

• Reduce your process costs and capital commitment • Increase your delivery capability • Intensify customer connectivity. Benefit With the RotaJET L you can produce new book releases in smaller quantities highly efficiently and implement your on-demand delivery concepts profitably. Be successful with small to middle sized orders or with large digital publications. Boost your back-list production with the RotaJET L Commercial and serve the demand for special interest niche products.

Touchpoint 3D Fab + Print: Visionary Ideas, Best Cases and Hands-on State of the Art

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he touchpoint 3D fab + print will be a meeting point for all drupa visitors wanting to learn in detail about 3D printing. This special show in Hall 7a (Stand C41) will be all about 3D technologies for a wide range of application industries and their market potential. “The purpose of the touchpoint 3D fab + print is to drive technical integration and to pave the way for new cooperative ventures in matters of branding and production,” says Sabine Geldermann, Director of drupa. “The touchpoint will bring together the traditional printing industry and visionaries in 3D printing, offering opportunities to explore the industrial potential of 3D printing and of additive manufacturing tech-

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niques.” Planning and on-site implementation will be handled by KCI Publishing (Netherlands). Another important element at the touchpoint will be a programme of around 70 presentations Insights into production processes and the application spectrum of 3D technologies will be offered by 3D pioneers AMR, Aviv3D and Massivit. The market potential of 3D printing will be looked at by international market research institutes such as Gartner (US) and Smithers Pira (UK). A further thematic focus at the touchpoint will be the legal aspects of 3D scan-

ning and printing. These will be highlighted by DWF (UK) and Cohausz & Florack (Düsseldorf). The programme will also include presentations by Arjo Wiggins, Blueprinter, Caldera, Canon and the IPP Printer Working Group. Each half-hour presentation will consist of brief talk (10-15 minutes), followed by a Q&A session. Participation is free for drupa visitors, and no registration is required. The detailed programme will be running on each day of the trade fair, except on 31 May and 10 June, and can be viewed via the following link: http://www.drupa. de/touchpoint_3D_fab_print.


The Egyptian Printing Day at DRUPA 2016

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n the second of June 2016, at DRUPA, in hall number 7.1, first floor, all the Egyptian printers, designers, prepress, advertising, packaging and publishers will celebrate together the traditional Egyptian Printing Day. Mr. Claus Bolza-Schünemann, Chairman of the Drupa Advisory Board and President Koenig & Bauer Group, will attend the event and will have the opening speech, after the welcome note by the Egyptian Printing Industries Chamber’s President Mr. Khaled Abdo. The day is organized by the German Arab Chamber of Commerce in Egypt, the Drupa Ad-

ministration, the Egyptian Printing Industries Chamber, Faculty of Applied Arts and Arab Print Media. Nine Egyptian companies, which sponsor the day, will have very short welcome notes each. These nine companies are: Integrated Office Systems, Xerox Egypt, Digi Pro, Kheiashy House, Texti, Youssef Allam, Sidhom, Al Hussein and Delta. After the event a serious of special guided tours for the Egyptian printers are organized at the different halls for three days. Two special Pre Drupa events were organized one in Cairo on the 9th of February, and one in

Alexandria on the 9th of March. Hundreds of printers attended both events, where all the companies represented their latest state of the art products and technologies, which will be on show at Drupa.

New Systems Announced at PreDrupa Conference

Last March in Düsseldorf, about

100 trade journalists from all over the world gathered for a preview of some of the innovations to be shown at Drupa 2016. Fifteen graphic arts vendors took turns announcing new products and dropping hints about what they will reveal at the show. After a stirring live performance on Monday morning of the new Drupa song, representatives from Canon, EFI, Epson, Fujifilm, HP, Kodak, Konica Minolta, Pitney Bowes, Ricoh, Xerox and others spent the next three days talking about their Drupa plans, among the most interesting (according to Bob Neubauer of Inplant Graphics): - Xerox will debut a cut-sheet production inkjet press, the Brenva HD, able to print 194 A4 images per minute. A second new inkjet press, the roll-fed Trivor 2400, will print 551 feet per minute in color. - Canon will greatly increase the

number of substrates its own cutsheet inkjet press can handle (to include standard uncoated and offset coated media) with the new ColorGrip inline paper conditioning option; also new will be the Océ ColorStream 6000 Chroma continuous feed inkjet press, featuring the new Chromera ink set, which boasts reduced ink show-through, for use on lighter weight media. - Epson got everyone’s attention by announcing an office paper recycling machine that uses no water and can produce 14 sheets per minute. What’s more, Epson will show 13 new printers at drupa, such as the SureColor SC-S series of 64˝ signage printers, which use Epson’s new formulation UltraChrome GS3 inkset and boast significantly lower ink consumption. - Kodak revealed a host of new offerings it will show at drupa, including its next generation inkjet technology platform, KODAK UL-

TRASTREAM; the new KODAK NEXPRESS ZX3900 Digital Production Color Press, which supports thicker paper and the use of synthetic substrates and features a new multi-bit LED writing system; and a new addition to the SONORA Plate portfolio designed to meet the demands of UV print applications. - Konica Minolta will use Drupa to launch the KM-1 UV sheet-fed digital press. The company just announced its first European KM-1 beta site customer, PLS Print Logistic Services Germany GmbH. - Ricoh announced enhancements to its Pro VC60000 continuous feed inkjet printer that enable it to reach speeds of 150 meters per minute. Ricoh will also offer the Watkiss Power Square 224 booklet maker inline with the Ricoh Pro C9100, the Ricoh Pro C7100x and the Ricoh Pro 8100.

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Printing in Egypt

Although Egypt has a history of more than 6000 years, Printing was first introduced in Egypt when the French headed by Napoleon Bonaparte, came during the French occupation in Egypt (1798 to 1801). Bonaparte brought with him three printing presses, in order to use them in printing all the documents needed for his army, and for the communication with the Egyptian people. These presses were far superior in speed, efficiency and quality than the nearest presses used in Istanbul. Unfortunately, only three years later Napoleon left Egypt taking with him the three presses back to France. The first printing house in Egypt after that was the General Organization for Government Printing Offices Al Amiria, which was established more than 196 years. First named as the Boulaq Printing Press, it was established in 1820 in the era of El-Wali Mohamed Ali Basha. After the revolution, in 1952, a republican decree was issued to establish it to be affiliated to the Ministry of Industry. The Al Amiria was moved from its location into its present location at Imbab in 1973 with a new building on a 35000 square meters. The first newspaper in Egypt and the Middle East, named “El Wakaea El Masreya” was printed in the Organization in 1828, headed by its editor in chief Sheikh Mohamed Abdo. Today Al Amiria has 3000 employees, consuming more than 40 000 tons of paper and more than 55 000 tons of inks and 35000 plates, to print on 50 different presses, producing an annual capacity of 750 000 B1 sheets printed on both sides. Some of its printed Products are:The Holy Q’uran - The Official Newspapers of Egypt “El-Gareeda El-Rasmia” and “El-Wakaea El-Massria”. In addition to Governmental

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publications, Scholastic books and various types of calendars & agendas, envelopes and boxes and Law books. The first print education was introduced in Egypt 177 years ago, in 1839, where again El-Wali Mohamed Ali Basha established the Applied Arts School to serve the Egyptian army at that time. In 1953 it was named as the Faculty of Applied Arts, which later in 1975 joined Helwan University to be one of its 22 different faculties. The Faculty was always one of the pioneers in Egypt and the region, where in 1956 the Faculty accepted girl students for the first time, and in 1968 the post graduate studies started, with the first Masters degree in 1971 and the first PhD in 1977. Today at its Printing Publishing and Packaging Department, one of its 14 departments, there’re more than 160 students in the four years, studying all subjects related to the three industries, and the graduates are working in all the public and private sectors’ companies. Egypt also is one of the few countries in the region and continent which has its own Banknote printing facilities owned by the Central Bank of Egypt, which is considered as one of the oldest printing houses in the Middle East & Africa, established back in 1967, to print the Egyptian Banknotes locally for the first time, depending on local technical people. The Printing House location was chosen beside the Giza Pyramids, and it was built to be an Architectural Masterpiece, designed as the Sphinx shape (its body being the production building & its face being the management building). The printing house also prints secured documents such as Passports, education certificates and banks’ checks, all with the latest state of the art security printing technologies. Egypt has its own Chamber of

printing and packaging industries, which was established in 1969. The chamber has now over 4500 members, offering a wide range of services to them, from technical training through its training branch PETRA, troubleshooting help, to medical, social and consultation services. Today there are nearly 4700 printing establishments in Egypt, most of them (about 75 %) in the capital city, Cairo, serving a population of more than ninety million. The printers are categorized as commercial, packaging and publication (newspaper) printers, the majority being commercial. The packaging industry is developing rapidly with an annual growth rate of 18%.


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