Graph Expo Live: Flatbed UV Printing - New Applications and Profits for Commercial Printers
Published on October 10, 2012
This session was recorded live at Graph Expo 2012.
Looking to grow your commercial printing business into new, higher margin areas? Large format flatbed printing is a rapidly growing segment that has been finding its way more and more into the realm of commercial print shops. This presentation introduces you to the types of flatbed printing systems available and discusses their strengths and weaknesses. We then discuss the applications common with UV flatbed printing, what you need to succeed plus, examine the ROI that can be achieved in supplying graphics to this exciting market.
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