Deborah Corn, Intergalactic Ambassador to The Printerverse at Print Media Centr, on what you can expect from International Print Day.
Corporate Press and its subsidiary, ColorCraft, will consolidate their Maryland and Virginia operations into McArdle’s current plant.
They include 39 educational sessions, free theater sessions, show floor panels and “Voice of the Printer” peer-to-peer networking.
Here’s the next installment in our continuing series of republished “Otto’s Night Watch” columns written by Otto Boutin, which appeared monthly several decades ago in Printing Impressions. Similar to several of his past short stories, this one also harkens to the old days of "tramp printers" who traveled the country in search of adventure.
Automated production tracking of digital printing/finishing equipment boosts equipment uptime, minimizes bottlenecks and reduces waste.
Lexmark International plans to lay off 700 of its 10,000 employee workforce during the next year and also faces a class action lawsuit.
“We don’t need craftsmen to run these Linotype machines. The work has become so simple that any baboon can run a typesetting machine.”
Keith Sullivan describes the integration of an Avanti Slingshot MIS package with his W2P system and how MIS automated manual processes.
Deborah Corn, long-time Gold Ink Awards judge, took a break from judging the 2017 competition to talk about this year’s entries.
A sheetfed printing press was damaged extensively at the Lancaster, Pa., Intellicor facility on Sunday morning, forcing an evacuation.
A starving printer gives a bad name to the entire profession. Why didn’t the salesman tell him to stay out of the printing business?
I hope you immediately noticed the new graphic design treatments that we launched in our July issue of Printing Impressions.
The two children of Publisher Higgins, visited the composing room of the Daily Bugle every Christmas.
He spent 24 years working at xpedx, first as director of sales and marketing for the Eastern region, then as director of marketing.
Gina Testa has retired from Xerox after 32 years. She weighs in on the state of the industry and how printers can remain successful.