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A web-to-print solution is an online ordering system where the end user (meaning your client) is in control of everything. Long are the days of back and forth phone calls and emails to create and finalize a print job.
A new addition to their high-speed production inkjet coated papers was announced by Mitsubishi Imaging (MPM) Inc. – the SWORDiJET 5.5 High Gloss printer, one of the highest gloss levels available for high speed printing.
Very soon, representatives from all over the print industry – buyers, vendors and experts – will all convene in Chicago at the PRINT 18, September 30 – October 2, 2018 at McCormick Place.
Print businesses are constantly looking for ways to broaden their services, giving their customers a wide range of solutions. Some of these operations can become more and more complex and the demand is always rising.
Labelexpo Americas 2018 is the place where everything regarding label and package printing is happening. The event will take place on 25 – 27 September 2018, at Rosemont, Illinois (a suburb of Chicago).
In the last years, the printing industry has undergone a digital revolution. As a result, print services should always be on the lookout for innovations that could give them a competitive edge. One of these innovations is the web to print solution.
Neenah just announced its recent development – 100% cotton paper expertly manufactured by the same mill that has been crafting pure cotton papers since the late 1870’s.
The cotton paper is crafted by skilled machine tenders in Wisconsin, from the finest cotton fibers, and is naturally sustainable, made from cotton linters.
In the print business, printers often encounter challenges. One of them is printing on special material other than traditional paper. Take silicone for example -Regular inks are not able to cure on it, and they will easily rub off the product.
GSE, one of the largest ink logistics providers, announced an enhancement for their ink manager software. The improvements include an optional module for improved control of job procedures and costs, and better traceability in label and packaging printing.