Gabby Houck

Gabby Houck
Colorado and Arizona Come to Delaware

The University of Delaware recently installed a roll-fed Canon Colorado 1630 and a Canon Arizona 1360 GT flatbed printer. Manager Michael Czerepak says he can’t imagine life without them.

Hit Me Baby One More Time… With Some Paper

Even the princess of pop can’t evade the paper shortage. Britney Spears’ much anticipated tell-all book’s release date is now up in the air due to supply chain challenges.

New Digs, New Gear in Arapahoe County

Tim Mulvey has wanted to merge Arapahoe County’s printing and mailing operations for 18 years. In January he finally succeeded. Even better, the two operations will now be under one roof.

IPMA 2022 Recap: The Benefits of G7

In his session at the In-plant Printing and Mailing Association conference, John Yerger emphasized the benefits of using G7 methodology to ensure color consistency across all an in-plant’s printing devices.

Penn State Adds Xerox Iridesse, HP Wide-Format

If there’s one way to really make Penn State’s signature blue pop, it’s by accentuating it with silver ink from the Xerox Iridesse. Specialized printing capabilities like that are one of the reasons the 50-employee in-plant recently added a new Xerox Iridesse.

What We Learned at ISA 2022

For the first time since 2019 the industry came together at a trade show. ISA 2022 in Atlanta was a full success; vendor after vendor noted that traffic was much higher than they had hoped and attendees were very engaged.

Highlights From ISA 2022

ISA Sign Expo opened on May 4 to an excited crowd looking to engage with vendors and connect in-person for the first time since 2019.

Oklahoma City In-plant Enters Wide-Format Market

When Eric Nazim started out as print manager for the City of Oklahoma City, his goal was to grow the in-plant. But as he started making plans to expand into the wide-format market, the pandemic prolonged the process.