The 41st GOA event in Miami Beach, Fla., was deemed a success in terms of content, lead generation and attendance.
An agreement has been reached between Xanté and Printware regarding Xanté’s Patent for “System and Method for Spot Color Correction.”
At PackExpo held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Printware will preview the latest version of its iJetColor 3.0 Label Press.
Printware will debut its iJetColor 3.0 Press and Workflow, designed with updates to color technology and speed, at GRAPH EXPO.
Printware will be hosting a free Inkjet Profitability seminar series on short-run digital color profitability using iJetColor Presses.
The 40th annual Graphics of the Americas Expo & Conference, scheduled for February 26-28, in Miami Beach, FL, promises to bring attendees the most cutting edge, in-demand solutions in the industry today.
Printware will begin the 2015 Inkjet Profitability seminar series at the newly renovated iJetColor Press Technology and Demonstration Center in Eagan, MN, on January 23, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. The seminar will focus on short-run digital color profitability using the iJetColor Press family of products.
A strong exhibitor presence is set to mark the 40th annual Graphics of the Americas (GOA) Expo and Conference, which will be held February 26-28, 2015, in Miami. Exhibitors are already lining up to congratulate the GOA team in this special anniversary year, including OKI Data Americas, Printware, Rollem and any more.
RESTON, VA—It would have been hard for even the most tenacious of travelers to not be impacted by the significant challenges that the fire at the FAA facility in Aurora, IL, caused for people attending GRAPH EXPO 14 and co-located CPP EXPO last month. But despite 4,251 flight cancellations and over 12,000 significant delays at Chicago's two major airports during the show, attendees found a way to get to the show.
A fire at the FAA facility in Aurora, IL, imparted significant challenges to those flying into Chicago for GRAPH EXPO 14. But despite 4,251 flight cancellations and over 12,000 significant delays at Chicago's two major airports, orders and optimism were up from last year's show.