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Richard Romano

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This Just In: Everyone Confused by Eco Labels!

Published August 15, 2012


Dark Clouds and Silver Linings: The Latest Economic Data May Be Gloomy...But Data are Not Destiny

Published August 15, 2012

This week, we’re going to take a step back from our look at the nuts and bolts of wide-format printing technology and look at the industry and the economy from “20,000 feet”—and hopefully not have a William Shatner-esque experience.


Ricoh Suave

Published August 14, 2012


Metal Lithographer J.L. Clark Achieves SGP Certification

Published August 13, 2012


Unisource Acquires Pakit

Published August 13, 2012


Going Green Two Sides Fast Fact #19

Published August 13, 2012


Beak Performance

Published August 10, 2012


Sun Specs

Published August 9, 2012


Facebook Reveals Its Carbon Footprint

Published August 8, 2012


Digital Printer Chosen NH Green Business of the Year

Published August 7, 2012


Navigating the RIP Tide: Print Workflow Software Comes in All Shapes, Sizes, and Capabilities

Published August 7, 2012

Richard provides some features and issues to keep a special eye out for when looking at RIP's for wide-format printing.


Going Green Two Sides Fast Fact #18

Published August 6, 2012


There's a Fungus Among Us: Dell's New Packaging Options

Published August 6, 2012


Friendly Skies, Unfriendly Airports

Published August 3, 2012


Once In A...

Published August 3, 2012


Canopy Launches Search for Greenest Printer

Published August 2, 2012


Going for the Green

Published August 1, 2012


Office Depot Offers First Eco-Labels for Electronics

Published July 31, 2012


End Game: In Wide-Format Printing, Finishing is Where the Real Work Begins

Published July 31, 2012

Those new to wide-format printing—and even some veterans—often give short shrift to what happens to a print once it comes off press. In wide-format printing, however, the real added value is often in the finishing.


Learn from the Winners: TC Transcontinental

Published July 30, 2012


Going Green Two Sides Fact Fact #17

Published July 30, 2012


Power Windows

Published July 26, 2012


Numbing Numbers on Climate Change

Published July 25, 2012


The Plastic Bag Debate: To Tax or To Ban?

Published July 24, 2012


Beyond the Pale: White Inks Offer Unique Wide-Format Challenges and Applications

Published July 24, 2012

Those of us used to traditional offset and digital printing rarely give the concept of white ink a second thought. After all, “white” is typically synonymous with the color of paper, so when we want something to be white, we design it with the absence of any color. (Tellingly, in Adobe InDesign, we select the color swatch labeled “Paper.”) There are situations, however, when—oxymoronic as it may seem—we need to specify the color white.


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