From furniture, to wallcoverings, to apparel, to signage, digitally printed textiles are on the rise.
Print isn’t dead, and direct mail is still a vibrant, innovative part of that story.
At the Digital Textile Printing Conference, printers, brands, and OEMs came together to learn more about digital textile printing.
Shops taking advantage of convergence are taking a different approach to selling their products.
One common complaint heard across the print industry is that marketers and brands don’t truly understand what is possible with print.
PRINTING United officially opens its doors for the first time today, uniting the entire print industry under a single roof.
PrintPapa’s evolution from a small commercial offset printer to an early adopter of the online printer model has led to growth.
Astek Wallcovering helped HGTV get the details right in the Very Brady Renovation project.
Adams Litho found tremendous success evolving alongside its customers, no matter where that may take them.
Wide-format printers can no longer afford to ignore omnichannel marketing, or fail to integrate it into their own business models.
Once the new location is up and running in September, D’Andrea will have around 120,000 sq. ft. of combined manufacturing space.
With the cannabis industry’s growth, brands are in need of partners that can balance regulations and innovative design.
As wide-format technologies have improved, the ability to create vibrant graphics has been a boon for festivals.
Greenwell Chisholm is expanding its capabilities, with short-run labels and packaging for small brands a potential avenue for growth.
As digital printing soars in popularity, so does the need for high-end and specialty finishing equipment.