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.
As the wide-format inkjet segment has evolved, there have been plenty of examples of both strong and weak brand loyalty for OEMs.
To gain a better view of how one company undertook its digital conversion, Dan Marx spoke with Scott Crosby.
Wide-Format business owner Chip Basse (Albert Basse Associates) provides an update on the current state of business, the markets and applications that are keeping it busy, and the steps it has taken to keep employees safe.
Dprint President/CEO Lane Hickey-Wiggins shares current conditions and discusses the company’s view toward moving ahead.
Dan Marx talked with industry consultant Pat McGrew about how printing companies can recover, retool, and approach the “next normal.”
Olympus Group on how the company has grown company thus far, and the plans for how to continue that growth in the future.
This interview with Tim Bennett of Image Options discusses how the company mobilized to produce items needed during COVID-19.
One PSP, Pine Print Shop, has created a new model to help local businesses continue to promote their goods and services.
While some lament the digitization of print, what it has brought is here to stay, whether we like it or not.