Digital Printing-Wide Format - Hybrid
The Wide-format Summit is a brand new event created to educate in-plants and other print providers about cutting-edge wide-format technologies, while giving them ample opportunities to network, discuss common challenges and get new ideas. Learn which types of in-plants should consider attending this ground-breaking event.
During ACUP 2019, Elizabeth Bowden of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, spoke about her in-plant's experiences with its flatbed wide-format printer, detailing some of the key areas to pay attention to, such as need, budget, integration and upkeep.
This webinar will examine some of the best practices you can implement while preparing to onboard this new inkjet technology.
Offset volume has been slowly declining at Carleton University’s in-plant. Printing campus signage seemed the perfect solution.
Adding a hybrid flatbed printer to his in-plant, says Joe Morin, has "allowed us to expand well beyond our past capabilities to substrates such as acrylics, metals and wood.” The shop now prints signage for district schools, which is becoming a big business.
Print volumes are going down for types of work that have traditionally kept in-plants busy. At the same time, those in-plants producing wide-format projects have discovered a gold mine. Not only are the margins higher, customers are actively looking for new wide-format applications to order.
Laura Lockett of California State University-Sacramento talks wide-format with IPG at SGIA Expo.