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3D Printed Chocolate

3D Chocolate

While the West has been quick to 3D print food items like cheeseburgers, this technology is only now entering the East with China and India dabbling in it. Students of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the United States recently gained fame for building a 3D ice cream printer. Now students of Manipal Institute of Technology are launching India’s

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Six Roadshows in the Works


Major exhibitors at the four day show includes Grafica Flextronica, Sericol, Epson, Fujifilm, HP, Kunal Enterprises, Repro Graphics and Skyscreen. The 12th Screen Print India is scheduled to be held at The International Centre, Goa between 18-21 September 2014. Screen Print India, an exhibition focusing on the screenprinting, digital imaging and textile printing segments of the screenprinting technologies in India

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Industry Giant Expands


Fruit of the Loom announces the sale of Old Russell Plant 9. The Fruit of the Loom garment decoration and screen print operation, the Old Russell Plant 9 located in Alexander City, Alabama, is being sold to Los Angeles-based Aprinta Group LLC. –  a giant in the promotional products printing industry. While news of corporate sales hasn’t always been reason

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More Trouble Brewing

Trouble Brewing

We previously reported (see article here) that Jack Daniel’s threatened an author for producing a book cover that looked very much like the Jack Daniel’s label. Copyright laws in the United States of America state that every copyright or trademark holder must take steps to protect their designs from infringement or face the potential rights to the design in the

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Charney Ousted at American Apparel

Dov Charney

Dov Charney, the founder of American Apparel, has been ousted for “misconduct,” but after years of sexual harassment suits against him is there another reason for his dismissal? Many believe that this is simply a move to reverse the company’s declining stock prices. The company has experienced declining stock prices that plunged over 80-percent for the past 5 years, and

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Logo Disparging of Native Americans


The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has canceled the Washington Redskins trademark registration, a second such decision following decades of complaints that the name disparages Native Americans. While the Oneida Indian Nation says the team name is offensive, Redskins owner Dan Snyder has vowed to never change the nickname. Supporters of the American Indian Movement carried the banner below in

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