Digital Printing – Direct-to-Object
This week's highlights include strategies for finding and keeping employees, the PRINTING United Alliance merger with Brand Chain and PERF, insights on the wide-format segment, a chat with Mike Rowe of Adnormous Graphics, and a view into the functional/industrial printing space. Great stuff!
Roland DGA announced its partnership with Western Sensibility – an art-driven surface design and digital printing studio – to further introduce digital printing technology to the interior design and architecture industries.
In a press conference held during the 2023 PRINTING United Expo, Josh Hope, senior manager, segment marketing, led attendees through an array of new technologies Mimaki USA developed and released to meet the changing needs of the textile and apparel, sign and graphics, and industrial printing spaces.
Spire Motorsports will be adding another MUTOH printer to its shop for all of its print needs for both race cars Nos. 7 and 77 Chevrolet Camaros, transporters, and more.
The promotional products industry has been moving toward a one-stop-shop model for years. That’s made it even more important for promo suppliers and decorators to offer a variety of products. Add in ongoing inventory challenges and shipping delays, and the single-source approach has become critical.
We talked with Lee Terkel, cellhelmet’s executive VP, about the Pittsburgh, PA-based company’s latest venture: custom-printed cell phone cases and power banks — including a collaboration with marine wildlife artist and conservationist Guy Harvey.
What you need to know about digitally printing Textiles for upholstery.
When creating spaces for the hospitality segment, you have to think about more than just the graphics.
When it comes to vertical niches that print service providers can target, restaurants can be a lucrative option.