This week’s featured format is a clever modification to a fabulous format we showcased over 200 episodes ago.
Two additional Bobst Visionfold 110 machines have been installed at Platinum Converting’s facility in Itasca, Illinois.
The 600i Booklet System from Duplo USA integrates the fully automatic DBM-600 Bookletmaker with the high-speed DSC-10/60i Suction Colla
Leicestershire, England-based Vivid Laminating Technologies has entered into a distribution deal with DataBind for the United States.
Last week, I had the pleasure of visiting Japs-Olson of Minneapolis—a printer that can trace its roots all the way back to 1907! Japs-Olson embodies the lean manufacturing approach to today's direct mail. What I saw was a "holistic" integrated process. Japs-Olson is capable of sending more than four million pieces a day into the USPS mail stream. To do this efficiently, you need critical thinking to be applied at every stage of the process.
Attendees discussed a wide range of topics such as maintenance, makeready, setup and production, at Kluge’s User Group Meeting.
Sometimes a great stitched and folded brochure idea comes along, and we just can’t wait to share it.
Ralph Nappi reveals why the show is moving from its traditional Chicago location in 2016, as well as what’s new for this year’s event.
At the beginning of the digital printing era, there were legitimate concerns about certain types of finishing equipment not being tailored to this type of work. Vendors replied in kind but, printers being printers, found new applications that complicated matters even further. We’ve rounded up a group of well-known printers—practically celebrities in their field—to offer the whats and whys behind their approach to binding and finishing.
This 2015 Gold Ink Awards entry, titled "Barnard Pocket Folder" was entered into the Folders category by MOSAIC in Cheverly, Maryland. This promotional welcome package was designed for new students at Barnard College, promising them "a college experience most only dream of...in the city that never sleeps." What makes this piece stand out are the clever diecuts and striking bright yellow, blue and black colors that were used to capture the New York City skyline.