Neubauer

Bob has served as editor of In-plant Impressions since October of 1994. Prior to that he served for three years as managing editor of Printing Impressions, a commercial printing publication. Mr. Neubauer is very active in the U.S. in-plant industry. He attends all the major in-plant conferences and has visited nearly 170 in-plant operations around the world. He has given presentations to numerous in-plant groups in the U.S., Canada and Australia, including the Association of College and University Printers and the In-plant Printing and Mailing Association. He also coordinates the annual In-Print contest, cosponsored by IPMA and In-plant Impressions.

Wide-format printing - particularly UV flatbed printing, is an exciting, profitable segment of the graphics industry with strong growth driven by the increasing variety of new applications and substrates. Whether you are already producing wide-format graphics or still considering jumping in, this webinar will demonstrate some of the hot new, high-margin applications that few graphics providers can offer. Printers looking to reinvigorate their businesses and grow new revenues should not miss this free webinar.

Participants in this webinar will learn:
- New substrates that enable new applications
- Flatbed printing methods that can take your offerings to a new dimension - literally
- What's needed to make a success with these and other wide-format applications

Sponsored by Canon Solutions America

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Production inkjet printing is hot, but some printers are hesitant to make the switch from toner devices. In this webinar we will hear from print providers that have made the transition and are enjoying success.

Production inkjet printing has moved beyond expensive roll-fed devices. Affordable cut-sheet inkjet printers can bring major productivity gains to your in-plant, saving you thousands of dollars in the process.

In this webinar we will hear from in-plants that have been using cut-sheet inkjet to lower their costs, boost productivity on full-color printing and bring work back in-house. Thanks to inkjet, in-plants are expanding into direct mail, variable data and transactional printing and eliminating the need for preprinted forms. Plus, they can now print on specialty stocks like Tyvec and envelopes, broadening the range of products they can print.

With a much lower initial investment than comparable toner-based machines, cut-sheet production inkjet devices use a quarter of the electricity of those devices, bringing inkjet well within the reach of most in-plants. And with fewer moving parts and no fusing required, maintenance costs are much lower, as well. As an added plus, inkjet-printed pieces run more reliably through mail processing equipment.

Attendees of this webinar will learn:
- The huge cost savings that cut-sheet inkjet technology can bring.
- The impressive productivity improvements inkjet delivers.
- The reliability of inkjet technology due to fewer moving parts and no fusing.
- The new applications your in-plant can start printing using inkjet technology.

Sponsored by Riso

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Our 2015 salary survey reveals that managers’ salaries have risen 9.9 percent over the past two years, and the median salary has jumped $10,000.

In-plant printers are in the trenches every day, working to improve their efficiency and performance, and increase their value to the parent organization. In this free webinar, our speakers will explain how benchmarking your operation against industry leaders can aid in the process; strengthening an in-plant and securing its future.

View today to learn about: Typical stumbling blocks faced in Web-to-print implementation and how to avoid them; the important role management's leadership plays in a successful implementation; and what those with successful implementations have done right.

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