This week on Wide-Format Weekly, The 2024 Pinnacle Product Awards are open for entries; Gary Jones talks OSHA with Cassie Green; Details on the latest Who Buys Wide-Format report; and we explore the current trends in soft signage.
Hannah Smith wasn’t looking for a career in print when she got her first job in this industry, but now she doesn’t want to look back.
Driven by a desire to excite customers with new capabilities, Primary Color made an impulsive purchase — the Landa S10 Nanographic printing press.
On this episode of Wide-Format Weekly, PRINTING United Alliance CEO Ford Bowers talks about the Expo; AlphaGraphics joins the PRINTING United Alliance; A panel session convened to discuss the labor crisis in the printing industry; An article from Cassie Green takes a closer look at the entire ecosystem of sustainability.
The time is rapidly approaching for the third annual Wide-format Summit, an exclusive hosted buyer event that brings together those looking to invest in wide-format equipment with those who make and sell it, in an intimate event designed to foster building relationships. Here's what you can look forward to.
When Tammy Slone began overseeing the in-plant after several years of managing the bookstore, she realized it needed some upgrades.
The graphics you see in movies don’t just appear out of thin air, behind those graphics is a PSP working to create movie magic.
For Madison Bailey, the printing industry has been her passion from the beginning.
More than 100 people attended the invite-only breakfast before PRINTING United opened on Wednesday morning, charting the trends currently impacting the print industry.
Across the PRINTING United show floor here in Dallas, OEMs are living and breathing convergence, embracing new and creative applications for their products and services. They have taken this proverbial bull by its horns, and aren’t afraid to go on the wild and exciting ride ahead.
25 years after aqueous technology entered the market, it’s still a vibrant option.
Even with a hurricane scare, attendance at the SGIA Expo show as of noon yesterday reached more than 19,000 registered individuals.
Vapor Apparel is seeing more and more call for print-on-demand type activity in the garment printing space.
There is perhaps no one better equipped to talk about fabric and textile printing than the “Fabric Guru,” Michael Sanders.
Shepard purchased its first printer in 2008, and have continued using SGIA Expo as a research and purchasing resource every year since.