HP has expanded its portfolio of web-connected HP Designjet ePrinters that make large-format printing easy and offer instant file access to professionals in the architecture, engineering and construction industries.
With increased global competition and industry consolidation, it becomes more and more important for print service providers (PSPs) to stand out in the crowd. Sign franchises are addressing these industry challenges head on and thriving in this new...
Breaking into the interior decor market, while potentially lucrative, is not always an easy task. Educating interior designers and other potential clients is key. Only then can PSPs make ideas into reality.
Direct print has streamlined printing throughput for many shops, but the bottleneck is still in the finishing stage. How do you keep your production moving efficiently and cost-effectively from prepress to finishing? Is an automated digital cutting system...
The Im Mee Pee Mun by Jakkajan restaurant’s bare, cement exterior and dark, wood interior was not enticing customers to enter. Owner Sornkrit Thongalarm wanted a vibrant renovation that could be done quickly with minimal
impact to customers.
As wide-format print providers seek ways to improve efficiency and profitability, automation is growing increasingly important. Cutting systems and routers have become critical elements in the profitability equation.
The most successful players in the global wide-format community have fully embraced the notion that they must change to thrive. But they also recognize that change does not necessarily need to be radical.
China's wide-format manufacturers are of interest to US companies for two reasons: China's market potential for Western printer manufacturers to expand their sales, and as a potential source of low-cost manufacturing.
I’ve always contended that when you consider the advances in ink technology, inkjet print heads, and digital inkjet hardware, PSPs in cooperation with interior designers have a vast opportunity to create customized, personalized environments - and...
Out of home advertising revenue rose 4.2 percent in the first quarter of 2011 compared to the same period in 2010, accounting for nearly $1.4 billion, according to the Outdoor Advertising Association of America (OAAA).