April 2016


A Waterfall of Praise for New Envelope Press

As soon as Devin Godfrey saw the Colordyne 1600-S printer in action at last year’s Association of College and University Printers (ACUP

Delivering a New Level of Value

As the in-house print industry continues to evolve and share the print shipment market, the value offered by in-plants grows.

drupa 2016 Awaits

The pre-drupa 2016 International Media Conference featured debuts of inkjet technology and more from Canon Xerox Ricoh Konica Minolta F

Finishing With Pizzazz

The results achieved from using foiling, spot coating or digital enhancement presses can be used to add value to a variety of jobs.

Free In-plant Conference on Tuesday

On May 3, IPG will host a free one-day conference for in-plants in Washington, D.C., nicknamed DigiGov.

From Papergirl to Printer

Laura Sicklesteel says printing career began when she started slinging newspapers from her blue Schwinn bicycle for her hometown paper.

The CIA: Printing the Nation’s Secrets

The Central Intelligence Agency’s Imaging & Publishing Support division is trusted with printing the nation’s secrets

The Trouble With Trolls

A patent troll is a company or person that purchases a patent and then sues another company claiming that the use of one of its product

Workflow Solution Brings Volume Surge in Michigan

Michigan Farm Bureau Centralized Printing Services meets the communication needs of the state’s largest general farm organization.