Tribute, Romano, Zwang & Romano discuss IPEX 2010
Published on May 21, 2010
What is the most interesting thing at IPEX 2010? Is it the sight of Frank Romano being swarmed by groupies? Or is it Andy Tribute's flair with a Kodak Zi8 camera? Find out, as they join David Zwang and Richard Romano to discuss What They Think is the most interesting stuff at IPEX 2010. First in a series, stay tuned for the Least Interesting, and Takeway awards next week.
New from Mimaki: Fast, economical, eco-friendly wide format
Published: August 29, 2016
Mike Horsten, General Manager of Marketing (EMEA) for Mimaki, speaks with Senior Editor Cary Sherburne about the changes occurring in the world of wide format and how Mimaki is both driving and supporting those changes. The company's latest printer includes an LED backlit on the printer that allows operators to quality check backlits after only 10 cm of printing. He also describes the company's Kebab unit for printing on cylindrical objects.
Around the World with Frank: London Book Sale
Published: August 26, 2016
Frank always takes the long way to Drupa on a ship that goes around the world. From Israel to China and Antwerp to London, he files reports that we will run over the next few weeks. In this week's episode Frank is at a book sale in London.
Why Collective Intelligence Makes a Difference
Published: August 24, 2016
The trade association IDEAlliance operates Leading Indicators™, a survey-based summary of metrics, trends, and issues critical to print, mail, fulfillment, and marketing services providers. Printer Warren Werbitt is a regular contributor to and a firm believer in the Leading Indicators database, which he calls essential to making educated decisions about business strategy. He also talks about why he's "thrilled" to see Epicomm and IDEAlliance become one organization.
New from PCMC: CI Flexography in a Compact Format
Published: August 23, 2016
The Paper Converting Machine Company (PCMC) recently introduced its newest central impression (CI) flexographic packaging press, the Fusion C, in an open-house event at its factory in Green Bay, WI. PCMC’s Rodney J. Pennings talks about what makes the Fusion C unique and discusses the company’s commitment to lean manufacturing.
Performance POP Sees Market Differentiation in 2D/3D Projects
Published: August 23, 2016
Taylor White, CEO of Performance POP in Dallas, recently invested in four HP large format printers to expand its POP business, which he saw as the future of the company. The company sells to retailers and retail brands, producing both 2D and 3D displays. Combined, these offer the company significant market differentiation. Performance POP also produces many hybrid digital/offset projects.