Digital textile printing can open up possibilities for printers, but the relationships with garment and fashion designers are unique.
Image recognition, NFC and other technologies are making smart packaging a more interactive experience, engaging consumers in new ways.
Although it may seem like a science fiction movie, HP is currently working with the CDC to “print” and test antibiotics.
On this episode of The Week that Was, we reveal can't-miss tips for purchasing production inkjet technology; Koenig & Bauer's name changes; a new resource for printers interested in promotional products; and a four-word sales tip from Bill Farquharson.
Here are the top five stories in July according to page views.
We discuss Modern Litho’s latest acquisition; the first U.S. installation of the Primefire 106; and a Hall of Fame inductee.
On this episode of The Week that Was, we discuss the unexpected passing of the Outlook Group President and CEO; CJK Group's newly named president; USPS's $3.5 million lawsuit; and a brief history of the Declaration of Independence.
In 2010, the USPS featured Lady Liberty on its forever stamp. The only problem was it featured an artist’s replica of the statue.
The Declaration of Independence took a long time to get it to its current state, and along the way, many printed versions.
Calling all creators! If you haven't already entered in your best work to this year's Gold Ink awards, now is your chance. The deadline has been extended to this Friday. Don't miss out!
In this edition of The Week that Was, we bring you the latest in the relationship between Xerox and Fuji; financing news for Landa Digital Printing; a look at Ricoh's newest continuous-feed press; and a story of one 10-year-old girl who made her publishing dreams a reality.
This week, Fujifilm has filed a reported $1 billion lawsuit against Xerox; Mark Andy made a large acquisition; and Palmer Printing has been acquired.
To celebrate it’s newly installed MGI JETvarnish 3D, Color Ink hosted an open house complete with a bubbling chocolate fountain.
The Dallas City Council has approved $1.7 million in incentives for Cimpress/Vistaprint to open a new manufacturing plant in the area.
These generations have different characteristics than those that came before, and with that varying packaging and product preferences.