The National Association of College and University Mail Services held its annual conference this week filled with educational sessions that covered a variety of mail-related topics.
Mark Andy announced the expansion of the Presstek DI distributor channel as demand for high-quality, small to mid-size print runs increases.
Italy-based print provider, Colorzenith, has 3D printed a life-size replica of the classic Italian car, Lancia B24 for the Don Pasquale opera, performed in Europe’s largest opera house, La Scala in Milan. Colorzenith produced the car on its Massivit 1800 3D Printer.
One of Two Sides’ key resources, the Print and Paper Myths and Facts booklet, has been updated with recent facts and references from the U.S. and Canada. Version 4 of the booklet includes six Myths and Facts related to the key environmental and social features of print and paper.
At the sixth annual Inkjet Summit, keynote speaker and conference chair Marco Boer insisted that production inkjet can help remedy some of the issues the industry is facing, such as labor shortages, revenue declines and changes in the way people consume and buy print.
After examining the cost of outsourcing its printing, Fayetteville State University decided to rebuild its in-plant. With a host of new equipment in place, the reborn shop is thriving.
A new study of the in-plant, commercial printing, graphics, signage, packaging and garment industries reveals that the printing industry is converging with other print market segments.
When a technology gains traction as fast as production inkjet printing, it can be tough to imagine its future. The printers who attended the sixth annual Inkjet Summit left with the bearings and insights they needed to successfully implement inkjet.
Roland DGA has announced reduced pricing on two printheads offered for some of its most popular wide-format inkjet printers. Now in effect, the new lower prices enable Roland owners throughout North and South America to save up to 30% on each replacement printhead.
INX International announced it will bring the full scope of its product range to PRINTING United, the joint venture of SGIA and NAPCO Media, which spans all segments of the graphic communications value chain.
With our survey about equipment installations at in-plants underway, preliminary results show strong wide-format growth. The survey is still live, and we encourage you to take it — you could come away a prize winner.
A new IPG video shows highlights from the recent Association of College and University Printers conference at Lake Tahoe, which brought 90 higher-ed in-plant managers together for three days of networking and education.
Designed for the most demanding commercial print environments, the RICOH Pro C9200 Series Graphic Arts Edition combine exceptional quality, breakthrough media options and technology advancements that bring an unmatched price performance package to the market. Take a look at your next opportunity.
The SGIA/NAPCO Media partnership provided the tools to create something credible and strategic. PRINTING United is that something.
Even though the potential strike at UPS hasn’t yet been averted (the current labor agreement is set to expire July 31, and the two parties haven't ratified a tentative agreement), the company has decided that now is a good time to impose intra-year rate hikes.