CARES Act funding has enabled a California school district in-plant to acquire a production inkjet press.
OG&E Energy has eliminated the use of shells for the utility bills it prints, saving the company money with a roll-fed inkjet press.
It’s hard to believe 20 years have passed. To many of us, it seems like yesterday, that day when everything changed.
The ninth annual Inkjet Summit wrapped up Wednesday evening with an outdoor dinner and award ceremony.
Craig Seybert describes the successful adoption of a varioPRINT iX-series sheetfed color inkjet press from Canon Solutions America.
From packaging to ceramic tiles, virtually every type of surface can now be digitally imaged.
Hiring a former inmate to run the presses at the Palm Beach County Graphics Division was a risk, but it has paid off in so many ways.
Another state government printing operation installed a production inkjet press, joining six other state in-plants.
As attendees of Monday’s In-plant Forum learned, much has changed since the early days of inkjet adoption.
Marco Boer kicked off the third day of the PRINTING United Digital Experience with a sobering examination of print market trends.
In the latest Impressions Xchange podcast, we talk with Alvin Griffin, manager of Graphic Production at Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, about barriers he has faced in his career because of his race and how discrimination has impacted him.
Perhaps the biggest revelation to come from a panel discussion of in-plant managers during last week’s virtual Inkjet Summit was how straightforward the decision to add an inkjet press was for each of them.
The virtual Inkjet Summit has been generating buzz all week, and Thursday's opening session was no exception. Consultant Barb Pellow offered advice for print providers during COVID-19 and interviewed a provider of election ballot printing and mailing services about how his company has adapted and is thriving.
As the coronavirus disease continues to wreak havoc on in-plants, IPI caught up with Dwayne Magee, director of Messiah College Press & Postal Services, to learn how his operation is continuing to serve its Pennsylvania college during a time of social distancing.
To find out how the coronavirus disease is impacting in-plants around the country, In-plant Impressions Editor Bob Neubauer reached out to Laura Lockett at Sacramento State in a video call on Monday. The in-plant is open, with some staff working at home, and a lot less printing going on.