One promotion after another, Barbara Childers has made her way from work study student to director of Document Services at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
After talking to in-plants about what small bindery equipment their shops can't do without, we compiled a list of compact bindery solutions. All of the following come highly recommended by in-plant managers.
We asked in-plants what small bindery equipment their shops can’t do without — and received a ton of responses.
The Printing Services department at the Milwaukee Area Technical College serves all student and faculty printing needs. But this print shop focuses on one category, in particular: envelopes.
Installing a Duplo iSaddle enabled Missouri State University Printing and Postal Services to produce view books and other strategic enrollment management variable data projects, earning the in-plant high praise from the Board of Governors.
The Creative and Digital Services department at the University of Illinois at Chicago is bringing in new business thanks to the capabilities of its new bookletmaking system and coater/laminator.
What do in-plants with HP equipment think of Xerox's hostile takeover attempt? They have both concerns and hope.
American River College’s new sign shop features a range of wide-format printing capabilities, but still identifies with the Sacramento, Calif., print shop’s core principal: sustainability.
A growing interest in floor and window graphics spurred the Amherst College Campus Print and Mail Center to update its wide-format capabilities.
The topic at the third of IPI’s successful in-plant forums at PRINTING United veered away from the hardware that dominated the Dallas show and instead focused on the less tangible topic of software — in particular, how workflow automation software can enable “fantastic growth.”
At PRINTING United, managers from Villanova University and the University of North Texas discussed innovative wide-format applications.
After managing the in-plant at Rodda Paint Co. for 35 years, Stephen Denny is retiring — to a busy life.
Kilgore College Print Services was bent on providing the offset quality the shop originally produced before going all-digital. Its new digital press is handling that requirement very well.
Tired of seeing Ball State University’s high-volume print production being outsourced to competitors, Ken Johnson, Director of Printing Services, decided to replace both of his in-plant’s existing offset presses with a six-color, 20x29˝ Heidelberg Speedmaster 74 with a coater.