Julie McFarland’s induction derives from a culmination of her leadership and commitment to running a business based on relationships.
The Wide-Format Summit, which brings together graphics producers and their vendors, kicked off July 28 with three powerhouse sessions.
Day three witnessed discussions about inkjet technology and a focus on generating, building, and maintaining a successful business.
The Inkjet Summit entered its second day offering a mix of general sessions, experiences of leading professionals, and one-on-one discu
The 2021 Inkjet Summit kicked off yesterday afternoon, punctuating strong evidence of a resurgent post-pandemic printing industry.
In a recent online presentation, representatives of SCREEN and Tecnau highlighted new systems for short-run digital book production.
Mimaki provided its take on a handful of imaging-focused segments, and announced new technologies and a new initiative.
Correct color reproduction involves multistep processes. As a result, knowledge, measurement, and consistency are paramount.
The growth of short-run digital jobs can create bottlenecks in the finishing process.
Depending on the markets, the run lengths required, and the approach to book manufacturing, the segment holds opportunities for PSPs.
Three industry color professionals share their thoughts and strategies for cross-platform printing.
During the COVID-19 crisis and beyond, printers serving various print market sectors are stepping up.
This article highlights the efforts of three printing companies, and provides recovery-focused strategies.
In today's episode of the Impressions Xchange podcast, Jim Raffel of ColorCasters discusses how online portals and automated production systems are changing the game for graphics producers. He provides insight into the advantages of these systems, development choices, expectations for implementation, and quality concerns.
Here are the stories of just a few printers stepping up to help fight COVID-19.