Welcome to the revolution in digital wallpaper printing

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See how two printers have taken on the challenge of printing digital wallpaper and are already forging ahead into the future of the industry.

From wallpaper and tiles to wood and glass, digital print is enabling creativity and innovation in the interior design sector, opening up new areas of opportunity for designers and print service providers (PSPs) alike.

Unlike other industries, wallpaper hasn’t been fully engulfed by digital print technology. But with the winds of change picking up speed, it’s only a matter of time before everyone else catches up to the new ways of printing. 

With so much heritage and tradition in wallpaper printing, making the jump to digital can be a brave move. Read on to see how two printers have taken on the challenge of printing digital wallpaper and are already forging ahead into the future of the industry.

Consumers want to experience the beauty of innovative design

Wall Vision Group was founded in Boras, Sweden in 1905 and now carries brands such as Cole & Son, Mr Perswall (a Swedish, pure digital printed brand), and Wall and Deco (an exclusive Italian brand for digital printed wallcoverings).

Fredrik Larsson, COO at WallVision, says: “We carry a long history of wallpaper design with our brands, but we also continuously develop new designs and possibilities. We can print with almost all the techniques that exist in the wallpaper industry, from 19th century surface printing to the latest digital printing machinery.

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Zimbabwe's $30m Tile Plant On Course

1 week 6 days ago

By Daniel Nemukuyu

CONSTRUCTION of the state-of-the-art $30 million tile and ceramic plant in Norton is almost complete, with production expected to start in April.

The plant, touted as the biggest in Southern Africa, is set to employ at least 1 700 people, with priority being given to those living in or around Norton.

Zimbabwean workers will constitute 98 percent of the total workforce.

Sunny Yi Feng Tiles Zimbabwe (Pvt) Ltd will invest a total of $1 billion in the project that is set to produce tiles for the domestic and international markets.

READ MORE: https://www.herald.co.zw/30m-tile-plant-on-course/

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