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On Demand Show Preview
May 1, 2012

For it’s 19th year, the On Demand Conference and Exposition has gone back to its roots. After several years on the road (Philadelphia, Boston, Washington, D.C.) it will return to New York this year, taking place June 13-14 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Here’s just a small sampling of some of the products that will be on display.

Dscoop5 Dates Announced; Partner Program Attracts Major Vendors
July 10, 2009

Dscoop (Digital Solutions Cooperative), the independent community of HP Indigo owners and operators, has announced that Dscoop5, the organization’s fifth annual conference, will be held Feb. 18-20, 2010, at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center in Dallas.

Synthetic Paper: Is It for You?
April 1, 2005

Six things you should know before you decide. By Steven Frye and Noelle Skodzinski You may have heard a few things about synthetic paper: • It's more environmentally friendly because it's not made of trees and it is recyclable. • It has a long life span because it can handle a lot of stress without tearing. • It's waterproof and doesn't degrade in water because it lacks wood fiber. • It folds without cracking. Still, how do you know if your in-plant can utilize synthetic sheets to produce maps, manuals, menus, banners or other products for which such paper is well suited?

Graph Expo Part II
December 1, 2000

In part two of our Graph Expo report, we detail the latest advances in prepress, e-commerce, bindery and consumables. The recent Graph Expo show in Chicago drew more than 45,000 industry professionals to McCormick Place. Last month IPG took you there as we detailed many of the technologies on display, including direct imaging and digital printing innovations. But with nearly 575 exhibitors at the four-day event, we couldn't cover it all in one issue. So this month we're presenting even more Graph Expo highlights. Prepress Group Logic exhibited MassTransit, version 3.6, its high-speed digital file transfer and remote proofing software. MassTransit