Kinjal Shah

Kinjal Shah
MATC Enhances Envelope Printing With New OKI

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.

Bindery Upgrades Enhance Already Diverse Shop

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.

New Sign Shop Has Sustainable Goals

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.

How Automation Software Improved One In-plant’s Workflow Efficiency

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.”

The Wide-Format Evolution of In-plants

At PRINTING United, managers from Villanova University and the University of North Texas discussed innovative wide-format applications.

Kilgore Retains Offset Quality With Digital Press

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.

Bucking the Trends, Ball State Adds Six-Color Heidelberg Press

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.