Frank Romano at EFI Connect
Published on March 6, 2013
Frank joins us from EFI Connect in Las Vegas with his thoughts on the event as well as EFI, the company.
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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.
One Canon: What does it mean?
Published: August 22, 2016
Francis McMahon, Vice President at Canon USA and Senior Vice President at Canon Solutions America, explains the One Canon approach to the market under the leadership of Toyo Kuwamura, moving the company from a product focused organization to a customer focused organization, the next logical step in the integration of the organization following Canon's acquisition of Oce.
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Published: August 22, 2016
The first installation of a MASSIVit 1800 3D printer in North America at Carisma Large Format in New York has enabled the company to produce very unusual and compelling 2D/3D bus and truck wraps for the likes of Sony, who took advantage of these capabilities to promote the Angry Birds movie. Gil explains what it takes to add 3D to the mix.
Around the World with Frank: Lost in the Hallways at HP Indigo
Published: August 19, 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 still at HP Indigo.
"Color as you imagine it"—and see it in print
Published: August 17, 2016
Color management used to be a matter of intuition and educated guesswork. Now, says X-Rite Pantone president Ron Voigt, it's what can happen automatically when printers use "a consistent language and a consistent set of processes to control color from the front of the workflow to the back of the workflow." Voigt reaffirms that color will always be associated with art and the designer's inspiration. X-Rite Pantone supplies tools to turn that vision into digital specifications for accurate reproduction in print.
Digital Cutting and Creasing Drives Change at Glossop Cartons
Published: August 16, 2016
Brian Sidebottom, General Manager of UK-based Glossop Cartons, was the first company in the world to purchase a Highcon Euclid. Now the company is the first in the world to install the Highcon Beam to raise the crossover point between conventional and digital cutting and creasing while enabling new applications and revenue streams.