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Commercial Printing Firms Share Their Thoughts on the Opportunities of 3D Printing
July 20, 2015 at 8:30 am

For those naysayers who believe that the 3D printing moniker is an accident of nomenclature, that it is truly additive manufacturing bearing little or no resemblance to the ink-on-substrates graphic arts, Paul Gardner has a little news for you. It may not be ink on paper but, as practices go, the director of innovation at Salt Lake City-based Hudson Printing believes there are more fundamental similarities than differences.

The Week That Was With Julie G (04/27/2015)
May 1, 2015 at 2:17 pm

This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news, including the Inkjet Summit that was held this week, along with other major announcements from Creel Printing and Goss, Polaris Direct and Xerox, SG360°, Freeport Press, Marketing Alliance Group, 4over and NAPCO Media.

The Week That Was With Julie G (03/30/2015)
April 3, 2015 at 1:56 pm

This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news, including Printing Impressions coverage from Canon Solutions America's East Coast Inkjet Insider Summit in Hartford, CT, that featured a tour of Data-Mail’s full-service direct mail printing and lettershop facility. Other major announcements this week came from Presstek, 4over Inc., Printing Industries of New England (PINE), U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO), RR Donnelley, HP, Kodak, Alliance Franchise Brands, Semper International, Wilen Direct, TPC Printing and Packaging and KBA, Hadley Printing and Komori.

4over Raises Nearly $5K for Underserved Los Angeles Kids
December 30, 2014

Since 2001, 4over has contributed to the Los Angeles Fire Department's annual Spark of Love toy drive. The campaign collects toys for needy children and teens in Los Angeles and surrounding counties. This year, the company loaded up a fire truck with a variety of fun toys for kids, ranging from Barbie dolls to board games.

Fast-Track Firms of 2014: A Look at 4over, Kirkwood Printing and Tukaiz
December 1, 2014

The most successful printers don't refer to the weather forecast when assessing their next move; they plunge head-first into a scenario that has the potential to be parlayed into handsome profits. We've got three success examples for your consideration—firms that have enjoyed immense success even as the economy provides little to no optimism for the immediate future of print.