Digital Printing-Wide Format - Roll to Roll
Greg Stecker will describe how his business grew from traditional offset toward high-margin display graphics.
In some ways the digital transformation of textile printing has been accelerated due to the COVID-19 crisis.
As technologies advance, in-plants find themselves much better suited to producing signage than the facilities departments and in-house sign shops that traditionally handled them. Some in-plants are strategically taking over sign making.
The new portfolios deliver advanced photo and color quality, enhanced precision, and new graphics application potential.
On Monday, Sept. 13, judges gathered at In-plant Printing and Mailing Association headquarters to judge the In-Print 2021 contest, the only printing contest exclusively for in-plants. They selected 29 Gold award winners.
In a new video, IPI Editor Bob Neubauer chats with two university in-plant managers about how wide-format printing became a “lifesaver” during the pandemic. They talk about the benefits of latex and UV-curable systems, the challenges of finding space for the equipment, and the huge profit margins of wide-format printing.