Print Buyers Online.com and PCPI will host their eighth annual Print Oasis 2009 Print Buyers Conference & Exhibit (www.printoasis.com) on May 17-19, 2009 at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa in Phoenix, Arizona. This year’s conference will provide superior educational programming featuring actionable advice from top print buying pros focusing on "Beyond Surviving, Thriving with Print in Tough Times."
PHOENIX—October 21, 2008—LithoTechnics, developer of Metrix, award-winning, intelligent job planning and imposition system, announced today their Graph Expo lineup will feature Metrix 3.5, premiering Auto Bleeds — automatic clipping of bleeds on the inside edges of butting products — along with support for Jog to Foot (Low Folio Lap) and Right-hand Spines. JDF connectivity has been enhanced for Metrix 3.5 — streamlining the JDF workflow between Metrix and Screen TrueFlow, and enabling JDF binding instructions for saddle-stitchers and perfect binders.
PHOENIX—12/14/06—Here come the products. The annual IDTechEx event, Printed Electronics USA, took place in Phoenix, Arizona in December 2006 and it was larger than ever before, with over 300 delegates attending. IDTechEx prioritises the commercialisation of this technology in this conference series, which takes place annually in the US, UK and Japan. The term Printed Electronics rather than the old technically-led term Organic Electronics was apposite because, these days, the best devices increasingly involve both organic and inorganic patterning in the same device. But what really matters is do they work and can they benefit society? This year’s event was very different from
CAMBRIDGE, UK—03 November 2006—The premier event in printed electronics is pleased to announce an exciting roster of thought provoking speakers and topics. Covering all aspects of printed electronics, from technical to financial, Printed Electronics USA 2006, is being held in Phoenix, Arizona December 5-6th. Delegates will hear from companies looking to the promise of this nascent technology to solve real world problems and open entirely new markets. For example, given that situational information is mission critical for military applications, delegates will hear from Dr. Darrel Hopper of the US Air Force Research Laboratory and the diverse opportunities the USAF sees for the