Bob Neubauer

Bob Neubauer

Bob has served as editor of In-plant Graphics 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 more than 130 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 Graphics.

From the Editor: Get Ready for Inkjet

The 24 in-plants that attended the Inkjet Summit this year included several that already have inkjet presses and are looking to add more of them. I also learned of several new in-plant inkjet installations. In-plants are clearly embracing inkjet technology.

ACUP Lesson: Never Stop Learning

Even if you have no plans to implement a certain technology, Ken Macro, of Cal Poly State University, told ACUP attendees that it's still important to find out about it by engaging in "lifelong learning."

18 In-plants Honored With ACUP Awards

Bucknell University led the pack in awards during the recent Association of College and University Printers (ACUP+) conference, with UTHealth close behind. The winners of the ACUP Awards competition were honored in a ceremony at Lake Tahoe. The gala event capped the association's three-day educational conference, which drew 90 higher-ed in-plant managers.

ACUP 2018 Wraps up at Lake Tahoe

Nearly 100 higher-ed in-plant managers from across the U.S. (and two other countries) gathered at Lake Tahoe for the 2018 Association of College and University Printers conference.

New Research Examines In-plant Trends and Services

A new IPG research study details the reasons behind the optimism in the in-plant market and examines changes in services that in-plants provide, shifts in products they produce and best practices that leading in-plants follow.

Riso: Color is Not a Luxury

Andre D'Urbano has no time for black-and-white pages. Riso's director of dealer sales and corporate marketing is on a mission to migrate monochrome printed pages to color, and he knows exactly which vehicle can bring this about: the inkjet press.

In-plant Overhaul in Oregon

A mass retirement at University of Oregon Printing & Mailing Services inspired some major management and technology changes that are saving the school big money.

Sixth Inkjet Summit a Big Success

Inkjet Summit’s speakers and presenters did an excellent job getting out the message that production inkjet can bring great opportuniti

From the Editor: The Fear That Never Dies

Outsourcing is one of those issues that seems like it’s always going to be with us in the in-plant industry. No sooner do I report on an in-plant that scored a victory over a facilities management takeover attempt, when I hear about another in-plant being shuttered due to a backroom outsourcing deal.

The Value of an Outside Opinion

When is the right time to bring in a consultant to help you justify your in-plant? Before the word “outsourcing” comes out of your boss’s mouth.

In-Print 2018 Winners Revealed

Judges recently picked 73 winners in the In-Print 2018 contest. They include a number of in-plants that never entered the contest until this year.

In-Print 2018 Winners by Company

This was a busy week for University of Oklahoma Printing Services as technicians put the finishing touches on the installation of a new Kodak Nexfinity digital press, making the in-plant the first in the nation to install the versatile sheetfed press. “It is very exciting,” enthused Director John Sarantakos in a phone call with IPG yesterday. Being the […]

In-Print 2018 Winners by Category

This was a busy week for University of Oklahoma Printing Services as technicians put the finishing touches on the installation of a new Kodak Nexfinity digital press, making the in-plant the first in the nation to install the versatile sheetfed press. “It is very exciting,” enthused Director John Sarantakos in a phone call with IPG yesterday. Being the […]