Over the course of two days, Lindenmeyr Munroe hosted its second annual wide-format expo in Trenton, New Jersey.
In honor of Black History Month, we wanted to take some time to highlight the Black pioneers of the printing industry. These individuals and their innovations and contributions helped mold the printing industry as we know it today.
As a young woman in the industry, Genevieve Baldwin has faced challenges, but nevertheless, has forged a path for herself.
PRINTING United Alliance announced that registration for the annual Technical Association of the Graphic Arts (TAGA) Conference is now open. Being held March 12-15, 2023, in Oklahoma City, this premier event recognizes the most prestigious and comprehensive advancements in graphic arts sciences and technologies.
Phase 3 isn’t replacing people with technology — it’s enhancing its ability to get the work done.
Kellogg Community College Print and Document Services had a good six-year run with its HP Latex 330…
The University of Delaware recently installed a roll-fed Canon Colorado 1630 and a Canon Arizona…
A Philadelphia nonprofit utilized Canon technology to reproduce children’s artwork at the 2022 Philadelphia Flower Show.
For wide-format print service providers, open houses can serve as a tool to get people in the door to see what you’re capable of.
At this year’s Philly Flower Show, Fresh Artists brought student art to life using a Canon Arizona Large Format UV Flatbed Printer.
When Eric Nazim started out as print manager for the City of Oklahoma City, his goal was always to grow the in-plant.
For the first time since 2019 the industry came together at a trade show, converging at ISA 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia last week.
ISA Sign Expo opened on May 4 to an excited crowd looking to engage with vendors and connect in-person for the first time since 2019.
Lindenmeyr Munroe decided to host an open house and meet-and-greet. However, it turned into something much different than expected.
As a society, we tend to be looking down — but that doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad thing.