The Wide-Format Summit, which brings together graphics producers and their vendors, kicked off July 28 with three powerhouse sessions.
As the industry’s first in-person event in nearly two years, this week’s Inkjet Summit looked and felt in every way like a pre-pandemic event.
The 2021 Inkjet Summit kicked off yesterday afternoon, punctuating strong evidence of a resurgent post-pandemic printing industry.
As a printing segment, wide-format is mature. While the technologies continue to be refined, and the materials get upgraded, the core concept remains unchanged. As the points of differentiation that were once critical selling points lose their punch, what can wide-format producers do to differentiate their businesses?
As a part of its online Global Innovation Days Conference, equipment manufacturer Mimaki provided its take on a handful of imaging-focused segments, and announced new technologies and an initiative designed to expand what imaging technologies can do.
Correct color reproduction for multiple types of printing involves multistep processes, with each step offering numerous variants — one of which is paper/substrate and its inherent considerations. As a result, knowledge, measurement, and consistency are paramount.
Digital printing has delivered profound changes to the commercial printing sector in how printing is specified, executed, and consumed. But the growth of short-run digital jobs can also create bottlenecks in the finishing process.
Printing soft signage, pole signs, exhibit displays and other applications onto textile materials may be within your in-plant’s capabilities and offer a new business opportunity to explore.
During the COVID-19 crisis and beyond, printers have stepped up to ensure their customers have the essential resources they need to survive. Here are just a few examples of their efforts.
This article highlights the efforts of three printing companies, and provides recovery-focused strategies presented by a well-known industry consultant.
Window graphics, wallpaper, floor graphics, murals — decorative items like these can be produced by any in-plant with the proper wide-format equipment.
Interest in wide-format printing is high among in-plants, but success hinges on making the right equipment and substrate choices.