With the smashing success of its digital curriculum program, Deer Valley Unified School District Graphic Communications is now expanding that program to other Arizona schools.
Wrapping your organization’s vehicles is an excellent way to contribute to its marketing goals, boosting your in-plant’s value. Here’s how to get started.
The omnichannel approach to branding is spreading to encompass every printed component, which means wide-format printers can no longer afford to ignore the concept or fail to find ways to integrate it into their own business models.
3D printing made a big splash a few years back. Now that some time has passed, we checked in with some of the early adopters to see how they fared.
Jo Ann Duron has transformed Northern Virginia Community College’s in-plant into a powerhouse offering a range of services.
As digital printing soars in popularity, so too does the need for high-end and specialty finishing equipment to make the printed pieces stand out.
Eco-solvent continues to be a workhorse, tackling almost anything a printer can throw at it.
Virtual Systems and PagePath have merged, with the new combined company dubbed Print Reach.
Contour cutting adds a new dynamic range to the types of jobs in-plant printers can offer. In-plants say having this capability is opening the door to a variety of more complex signage
Ray Weiss has started a new workgroup within SGIA to bring together diverse voices from all aspects of the digital print realm.
Adding wide-format printing and engraving capabilities has helped Villanova University Central Services achieve growth and success even as its traditional print work declines.
Sending numbering, perforating and scoring jobs to an outside service provider can create a lot of uncertainty. To put an end to this inconsistency and bring work back in-house, San Bernardino Community College District installed a new device and hasn’t looked back since.
While not a comprehensive list, here is a look at some important things in-plants should be aware of — and ensure compliance with — as they assess their operations to prepare for another prosperous year.
Regional Health’s in-plant uses wide-format printing to make patient rooms warmer and more welcoming.
No, those old spreadsheets don’t do the exact same thing as a print MIS solution. Implementing this technology in your in-plant will improve automation and job tracking, let you generate better reports and increase the productivity of your staff.