Search results for

Results 21 to 30 of about 122

Sort results by: Date | Relevance

WF sector plays catch-up in web-to-print stakes

It is a truism that wide-format printers lag behind their commercial counterparts in the adoption of productivity software, such as workflow, colour management and MIS. And the same seems true with web-to-print software too.

Fashion favours the personal approach

Imagine changing your home decor as often as you buy new clothes and upgrade your phone. Chances are you won’t be finding this too much of a stretch – or at least you won’t be finding the idea as alien and extravagant as previous generations no doubt would have done.

Transporting files takes off with latest workflows

That’s the trouble with doing well. Excel at making some decent margins from a certain area of print, and it inevitably won’t be long before others are jumping on the bandwagon – and in the case of wide-format print, offering to wrap it too.

Strategies for successfully adding wide-format services

If the chatter around the print industry is to be believed, commercial printers have spent the past few years flocking to wide-format in their droves. And why wouldn’t they?

Ipex 2014 prepares to take a fresh look at finishing

One message is coming through loud and clear ahead of Ipex – in the post-press arena, manufacturers are feeling decidedly bullish.

Ipex preview: post-press stand-by-stand

Your guide to the post-press exhibitors at this year's show.

How to take one for the team

Staff dribbling basketballs, Morris dancing and firing crossbows. Not, you might think, the most conducive activities to getting work done.

When event excellence is all part of the service

There are three customer profiles in the exhibition print market,” says Andy Wilson, managing director at digital print company PressOn. “And to varying degrees, they all now need more than just a print service when it comes to their stands.”

Still true to co-operative principles

Over 37 years, Calverts has built a printing business in which every worker’s voice is heard.

The writing is on the wall for unsafe sign installations

It’s a situation so horrendous it hardly bears thinking about. Just over a year ago, a man was killed in Camden by a falling shop front hoarding. Without even taking into account the sizeable fines likely to be imposed should the sign installer be found culpable, such loss of life is of course every sign owner and sign installer’s worst nightmare.

Search filters:

By section

Features Iconremovefilter

Click on a filter below to refine your search.

Add Search Filters:

By Category

More...

By Date

More...

Latest comments