We’re nearing the end of the month, so here’s a look back at some of the items that caught our readers’ attention the most.
Canon U.S.A. announced new optional add-ons and features designed to expand its application versatility for its imagePRESS C850.
FASTSIGNS International will be attending and sponsoring the International Franchise Expo. It is recruiting franchisees for expansion.
VSG is printing some pretty cool products and even rockers Eddie Van Halen and Gene Simmons are excited to be a part of the action.
This week, Alexander's Print Advantage announced a 23,000-sq.-ft. expansion at its Lindon, Utah based facility; Ricoh USA unveiled a series of color digital presses; and RIT announced it will rename its college of applied science and technology and will move its printing program to the newly named College of Engineering Technology.
Roland DGA’s Texart SBL3 dye-sublimation inks have earned certification from ChromaLuxe for outdoor durability.
This week is a mailer designed to promote year-round activities at a resort. We think you’ll love this week’s super-cool solution.
GSP added approximately 20,000 sq. ft. of additional warehouse space to meet increased demand for store specific marketing.
In the middle of May, more than 400 guests from all over the world attended the Packaging Day hosted by Heidelberg in Germany.
Universal Wilde held their second Innovation Event of 2018 on May 10 at its Westwood, Mass., headquarters.
Haines & Company will outsource print production to Angstrom Graphics to increase services, such as paper size and mailing packages.
“Introduction to Graphic Communication” combines print and multimedia engagement, including access to related digital media content.
Memjet CEO Len Lauer highlights what’s happened in the first 100 days since the company launched its new DuraLink digital printing platform at PRINT 17. See how over seventy-five potential OEM partners are reacting to the technology.
This webinar will describe the process to make the folding sequence fully productive from end to end.
Xaar’s 2001+ GS12 printhead with High Laydown (HL) Technology has been recognized after it won a major ceramics industry award.
By adding a 141˝-wide SABER X-15 Plus paper cutter with Microcut from Colter & Peterson, Britten has registered significant gains.