Duplo USA

Bindery Upgrades Save Time and Money for AEP
February 1, 2015

Printing about 4 million offset and digital impressions a year, American Electric Power (AEP) Workplace Services is a busy in-plant. In addition to printing, the shop processes 285,000 pieces of incoming/outgoing mail a year, and oversees the design and order fulfillment of 4,000 company forms.

Temple Brings Booklet Binding In-house
February 1, 2015

For years, Temple University Digital Document Services reported to Business Services, and getting approval for new equipment was a challenge. Then a curious thing happened at the Philadelphia university about a year ago.

State of Ohio Upgrades Wide-format, Digital Press
January 1, 2015

In September, the 70-employee state printing and mailing operation installed a 42˝ Océ ColorWave 650 and greatly expanded its wide-format business, focusing on larger-sized posters and banners than the shop’s previous 24˝ Canon imagePrograf W6400 could produce.

Progressive Thinking in a Regressing Industry
December 1, 2014

A pretty catchy headline, don't you think? I chose it for many reasons—some you might not have considered. First, I firmly believe that printing, particularly in-plant printing, is viable and capable of amazing things. Second, if we are not open-minded with our planning, we will surely head down a road to closure.

A Show Floor Tour
November 1, 2014

With equipment specs, pictures and video all available online, why should an in-plant manager bother going to Graph Expo any more? Those who made the trip to Chicago last month have lots of good reasons.

Numerous Product Launches at Graph Expo
October 3, 2014

The official numbers aren't in yet, but the crowds at this week's Graph Expo show in Chicago seemed larger than in previous years. Those who attended certainly had a number of new products to check out. Here are just a few of the new machines unveiled at Graph Expo.

Hot Products
July 1, 2014

Interesting hot products for in-plants

New Booklet Maker Passes the Test in Arizona
July 1, 2014

When a new piece of equipment comes to the rescue on a difficult job, you can’t help but feel satisfied. That’s certainly how Supervisor Ernest Fierros felt when the commencement program for Arizona Western College arrived at his Yuma, Ariz., in-plant one week late.