Selecting and implementing an online storefront solution can be complicated. To help, we got several Web-to-print software providers and a consultant to offer advice.
A “huge improvement” is how Anna Mendez would describe the new wide-format capabilities that San Bernardino Community College District Printing Services has gained since adding a new Mutoh ValueJet 1324 wide-format printer and cutter.
Forget “the way we’ve always done things.” Focus on continuous improvement and Lean manufacturing to boost your operational efficiencies — and stay in business.
A unique high school graphic arts program uses a hands-on approach to familiarize students with all operations of a printing company.
For decades, the idea of printing four-color envelopes was just a dream for Donna Horbelt. Then her in-plant at UTHealth installed a digital envelope printer and brought that dream to life.
Wide-format printing is a growing opportunity for in-plants. We asked three in-plant managers what steps they took prior to adding wide-format.
At the 2017 In-plant Innovators Conference five in-plants were honored with In-plant Innovator Awards.
The first In-plant Innovators Conference challenged in-plants to think in innovative ways. They took this message to heart.
An extensive resource of schools throughout the country that offer post-secondary educational programs in graphic arts industry.
The Amherst College Campus Print and Mail Center has replaced its Xerox Color J75 digital press with a Xerox Versant 80 digital press.
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.
As the need for fresh talent continues to be paramount, Quad/Graphics is taking an active approach with its Youth Apprenticeship progra
Since 2008, Michael Born has completely transformed the Printing Technologies program at CAT-North in Severn, Md.
Bernie Lacy shares his thoughts with FOX59 on why he thinks President Trump’s business regulations are good for growth.
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.