The most popular small-scale revolution in a newsp

2022-08-06
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The small-scale revolution of a newspaper printing plant in the Netherlands if you want to experience the change of newspaper format, you must go to the Netherlands. There is only one local newspaper that has not been changed to a smaller size. In order to innovate the small-size newspapers, the BDU newspaper and magazine printing plant in barnfeld, the Netherlands, has specially invested in a new dual format gaobao commander CT rotary printing machine to produce small-size newspapers

a new type of newspaper originated from the tabloid revolution

at the spring summit of the world press and Publishing Association held in Hamburg in 2013, Martin, the sales director of BDU printing plant, attracted great attention of the participants. Together with the newspaper designer koshtar, he showed the dailyxs format newspaper, a 16 page miniature newspaper with a search tab. It has a special shape and can be folded into the size of a small handbag. It can be produced by the traditional newspaper rotary printing machine

2004, Starr has developed a 40 cm 59 cm printing sheet that can be folded into a mini newspaper with the final size of A5. He believed that this was the product of the trend towards small newspapers that appeared at that time, and originated from the tabloid revolution that arose in Britain, Benelux Economic Union countries and Scandinavia. Usually tabloids are half the size of the old ones. For example, during the transitional period, the times of London published two sizes. After the transitional period, ordinary readers accepted the tabloid as a compact newspaper

Starr gradually realized that the newspaper size should be compact and better. Do readers really need three hours to read newspapers every day? So he came up with an idea: to design and make a newspaper that can be read in half an hour and printed on a sheet fed offset press. Newspaper publishers are very interested in the idea of Starr, from which they see opportunities such as cross regional publications and special issues. However, this idea makes it impossible to produce a unique structure on a sheet fed offset press at first

therefore, Martin, Starr and the management of the printing plant thought together about how to transfer the product concept of the dailyxs format newspaper to the newspaper rotary printing machine. My main question is, what is the smallest size newspaper printed on Web? The answer is a two - print or eight - Page tabloid in wide format. We take these two printing sheets and rotate, turn and fold them until we find the correct design principle. He introduced the design process

in this way, the development of 16 page downstream high value-added products is less. Another short board dailyxs format newspaper has been published, with an overall size of about A4. The newspaper has fan-shaped newspaper pages and colored search tabs on the top, which makes it easy for readers to find the columns they want to read. This is a wide and large page that can be opened completely, but it can also be folded into a small size at will. Therefore, it is ideal for readers who take bus, train and plane

innovative and changeable BDU printing house

bdu printing house can be referred to as BDU printing or BDU media for short. Dailyxs is not the only new newspaper format designed by them. The Royal Dutch printing house, located in a small city in central Holland, has 210 employees, mainly responsible for printing newspapers and magazines. Among them, 63% of the tasks are undertaken by the branch with two newspaper rotary printing machines and two 8-color sheet fed offset printing machines

like newspapers, many niche magazines produced in BDU printing house have also changed reading habits and advertising market. Martin showed an example of the newly designed newspaper the Dutch pioneer when talking with the German printer about the graphene coated polyurethane sponge with good conductivity prepared through several adsorption and reduction processes. The newspaper was merged from four separate magazines. Nowadays, it focuses on printing and link interaction, especially the links used by Layar. Layar can scan the QR code and the entire printed page to realize functional links. It can be an attached information page or a product described in a magazine. Readers can log in to the store through a link. Martin said: we connected the mobile terminal through Layar. Publishers want to use printing to stimulate new purchases, so that data can be obtained through readers or users

the printed tablet computer

the tabloid produced by BDU printing plant is similar to the mobile terminal. Different from the previous printing machines, the 6-block plate wide double format gaobao commanderct printing machine is designed according to the largest size tabloid (289mm 415mm). A half size product (289mm 207mm) is called a magazine. This product is about the size of an iPad screen, and the Search tab is called a BDU tablet

bdu's new newspaper rotary printing machine not only has the function of fast and full-automatic adjustment, but also can glue the size of tabloid vertically, so that two pages can be connected. On the other hand, the machine also has a stapler, which can realize binding. In one printing process, two different products (tabloids + magazines or tablets) can be produced and collected together. Of course, different kinds of paper can also be used

at present, newspaper publishers in the Netherlands are quite conservative. Although BDU printing plant has opened the size of protected printed matter to other printing plants after the establishment of modern theory of vibration measurement and analysis and simulation analysis, so far, there are no external customers for tablet computer products. Perhaps the designer's idea is always beyond his contemporaries. Martin likes to use the compelling BDU tablet as a stepping stone to sales negotiations. When the final order was signed, although most customers ordered the magazine products with A4 small standard product size, he was willing to accept them

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