Julie Greenbaum

Julie Greenbaum

Julie Greenbaum is the Digital Editor of Printing Impressions

An Accidental Love of Printing

Through a chance encounter, Robbie Feazel found a career in printing. Now manager of Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta's in-plant, he’s been enjoying the ride ever since.

New Stitcher Boosts Efficiency at Ohio State

Starting at Ohio State University in 1997, and moving up to the position of plant manager at UniPrint was a welcome opportunity for Jim Strapp. Today, Strapp works with 38 employees along with 15 student helpers, to turn out printed materials for the Columbus, Ohio-based university — which has had a print shop since 1914.

The Path Back to Printing

By choosing to pursue a career in printing, Donna Horbelt has come full circle, following a line of women in her family.

The App Room: How to Produce a Display Rack

The App Room showcases a range of high-margin applications that can be produced with Canon Solutions Americas’ flatbed printers, cutters and software. This week, you'll see how to construct a display rack manufactured from inexpensive light-weight corrugate using an Océ Arizona UV printer on a honeycomb board.

Creating Future Authors

There’s a lot to be said about a program that is designed to help young authors bring their vision and creativity to life. In today’s world of school budget cuts and “teaching to the test,” programs like Canon Solutions America’s Future Authors Project has given students who love to write a unique chance to flourish.

At Iowa State, Things Get ‘Personal’ with NexPress

To handle the increasing demand for personalization at Iowa State University, Steve Weigel, director of Printing & Copy Services, needed a digital press with more speed. So in September, he decided to upgrade the in-plant’s Kodak NexPress 2100 to a NexPress SX3300 digital production color press. 

Wider Than Ever at Charlotte Mecklenburg

Alvin B. Griffin, director of the Graphic Production Center at Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, can hardly contain his excitement about the Fujifilm Acuity Advance Select flatbed printer that his in-plant installed in June. And rightfully so, since the printer has already cut production time of 8x4-foot panels from four hours to seven minutes.