Are printers thinking about the total cost of ownership of inkjet? Inkjet press manufacturers have some guidance to offer.
Some printers are finding that what the OEMs say is true: inkjet presses run – and run – and run.
The new ingredient for success in print manufacturing is data – and skill data management is a new core competence for printers.
Experts and end-users agreed that far from being a gamble, an investment in inkjet can be a venture calculated to pay off handsomely.
The Inkjet Summit briefs attendees on everything they need to know and to do in order to make an inkjet investment a profitable one.
Marco Boer, Elizabeth Gooding and Barb Pellow discuss how far production inkjet printing has come and where it has room to improve.
Do consumers have a genuine “right” to stick steadfastly to paper when other kinds of documentation work as well? I’m not so certain.
Paper manufacturers are shifting to more profitable substrates, such as paperboard and packaging grades, to replace printing grades.
A textbook with interactive content that never becomes obsolete is an innovative step forward for teaching graphic communication.
Succeeding with wide-format takes the right combination of strategic planning.
Some call printing companies with offset and digital, “hybrid”. Buyers who expect full-spectrum service call them preferred vendors.
Diamond Packaging’s 2019 calendar extends beyond serving as a promotional piece. Here’s how the 2019 calendar came together.
The fact that the print industry’s legislative priorities are relatively low-key doesn’t make them any less urgent to pursue.
Print industry “convergence” in theory and practice was the subject of a PI webinar that is now available for online viewing.
A recent survey reveals how customer demands and requirements for printed products, services and interaction/engagement are evolving.