Dan Marx

Dan Marx

Dan Marx, Senior Editor of the Impressions Group, holds extensive knowledge of the graphic communications industry, resulting from his nearly three decades working closely with business owners, equipment and materials developers, and thought leaders.

Aspects of Automation

How are PSPs using automation to address labor challenges, and how can these interventions benefit performance and profitability? Consultant Pat McGrew provides her insights.

Insights to Forge The Future of Wide-Format

Industry expert Marco Boer reveals how the annual Wide-Format Summit provides invaluable executive education and peer exchange for printing’s most profitable segment.

Texas In-plant Re-Equips and Redefines

Through a series of equipment acquisitions, the Aldine Independent School District’s Print Services Department is proving its value.

Kyocera: Proficiency Breeds Experience

The recent PRINTING United Expo served as strong testament to inkjet’s continued movement into the commercial printing sector. Kyocera's experience in the inkjet space – as a developer of print head technology – has given it an advantage in the development of its cutsheet inkjet document printers.

Inkjet vs. Toner: Which Is Right for You?

Which digital printing solution is right for your printing business is an easy question to ask and a difficult question to answer. Cost, capability, and customer needs are all key factors to consider.

Expo Bound: Seeking to Increase Productivity and Profits

The PRINTING United Expo starts next week. We asked Michael Rhodes, manager of Washington & Lee University Copy Services why he is attending the Expo, what he hopes to learn, and what most excites him about the upcoming event.

California Printer, Buried by Mudslide, Seeks to Restart

The mud came in during the night, amid the torrential rains of Hurricane Hilary, which brought flooding to Cathedral City, California. For Desert Promotions, a producer of vinyl graphics, wraps, decorated apparel, and other items, it was a total loss. Now, the business is working hard to recover.