Digital Printing-Wide Format - Flatbed
Fayetteville State University’s in-plant has done it again. A year after giving a graphics facelift to the university’s library, the three-employee in-plant has decorated the bland cinderblock walls of the school’s aquatic center in FSU colors and logos.
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.
Wide-format printing has taken off at the University of New Hampshire and now accounts for more than a quarter of the in-plant’s revenue.
Success in the market now depends on delivering a value proposition to customers that is more meaningful than just owning a wide-format printing device.
By decorating the bland cinderblock walls of Fayetteville State University’s aquatic center, Bronco Printing Solutions infused the pool area with school spirit. We talked with Supervisor Gary Warren to learn what went into this installation.
By broadening its range of services, CHRISTUS Health Print Services has been able to double its facility size and become an indispensable resource for the health system.
Soon after the University of Nevada, Las Vegas installed its new flatbed printer and contour cutter, the in-plant took on a job requiring the in-plant to produce 600 signs.
The World Bank Group’s in-plant is experiencing a wide-format boom. From wall and floor graphics to rigid signage, customers are coming up with plenty of ideas for new projects. We talked with Wes Troup to hear what’s been happening at this large, leading-edge in-plant.
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.
Before installing an EFI flatbed printer, the 20-person in-plant team at McMaster University outsourced its wide-format projects. Now, other universities are ordering wide-format printing from the in-plant.