A recent demonstration of new Kodak printing technologies, held at the company’s Dayton, Ohio, facility, demonstrated that the company is pushing strongly toward a revitalized direction and a renewed focus.
A small footprint was essential – that’s one thing Richard Beto knew when he added a flatbed to The University of Texas at Austin.
Using automation software, in-plants have been able to process more jobs with fewer employees and get them to customers faster.
The final day of the 2022 Continuous Improvement Conference served as a benediction of sorts; a cluster of presentations designed to inspire and motivate attendees.
This year’s event, held in Scottsdale, Arizona, brings together more than 150 industry professionals and subject matter experts, all convened for the purpose of process improvement.
Three commercial printers discuss their experience with today’s paper shortages and share what they’re doing to address them. It’s a perfect storm of less availability of printing grades due to increased paper demand, coupled with supply-chain delays and labor shortages.
As day three of the 10th annual Inkjet Summit wrapped up, attendees dispersed, returning to their shops motivated, changed, and hyped to expand the use of inkjet in their production.
For all Inkjet Summit attendees, this second day of the event will take them closer to the solutions they seek.
Workflow software can minimize the complexity of digital print production, eliminating touches and saving time. For inkjet press users, it has become vital.
The mood was electric as the 10th Inkjet Summit began Monday evening. The popular event includes about two dozen in-plant managers as well as other printing business owners eager to learn more about production inkjet printing.
Running an in-plant is challenging enough already, but when your shop is not fully staffed, it gets even tougher. We talked with five managers whose in-plants have been unable to fill open positions to find out how they are getting by.
Dscoop, an HP technology-focused users group, featured the knowledge and insight of a range of printing industry businesses owners, production experts, and thought leaders at its Dscoop Edge Rockies event this week.
If your in-plant’s longevity plan is to stay hidden, hoping you won’t be noticed, you’re setting yourself up for trouble. Reporting your in-plant’s accomplishments and other metrics to management is the only way to get recognized for the value you bring.
Two years ago, we had no idea of the profound struggle our industry would face, or how deep and intractable the effects of the virus would be. Key industry experts and economists discuss the trends and topics that will impact your in-plant in the year ahead.
For business owners, recent price increases have left them with a difficult choice.