Across the industry, automated contour cutting systems are saving in-plants time and enabling them to produce new types of products.
While print is no longer the only medium brands have to create enticing displays, it continues to be an important element that can make — or break — a concept.
Knowing what trends your customers are paying close attention to can help you capture more of their dollars, and ensure you are positioned to be the partner they can rely on.
We sat down with Mark Nixon, the EVP of global sales and marketing at Scodix, to chat about digital finishing enhancement and embellishment trends in the printing industry, including commercial printing and package printing.
Eliminating bottlenecks in the digital finishing department is a challenge every printer will need to address sooner rather than later. By making the decisions around finishing just as critical as the digital print technologies, half the battle will already be won.
For bluemedia, the return of Super Bowl 57 to Phoenix, Arizona was something of a homecoming. Not only is the company based in the city, but their first Super Bowl was 49 — also held in Phoenix. The return to their home town brought both benefits, and a host of new challenges.
Only a third of those working in the printing industry are women. So that makes it even more extraordinary that three in-plants have ended up being staffed and managed entirely by women.
Yale’s Gutenberg Bible is joined by a 1,250-year-old printed scroll of Buddhist prayers — the oldest date-able piece in existence.
The Chino Valley Unified School District’s in-plant has seen dramatic increases in efficiency and savings since implementing a Web-to-print system.
David Higgins’ path into printing might not have been a straight shot, but all his experience is serving him well at the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities.
School districts need printing – but not all of them have in-plants. From perimeter fences for the sports stadiums to weight room graphics and even bus wraps, opportunities abound. Here are some ideas for in-plants looking to insource new work.
Here’s a closer look at the supply chain challenges the printing industry is facing right now, as well as strategies on how to help manage them.
It’s easy to get stuck in the signage rut when printing wide-format graphics, but many print service providers are producing some truly eye-catching and unusual work.
At PRINTING United Expo 2022, HP launched several new presses along with new services and a range of innovations with ink and media.
With its old Print MIS no longer sufficient, and several position vacancies to cover, Washington State University’s in-plant drastically improved its automation by implementing a new Print MIS.