Tens of thousands of pro-print attendees will convene in Chicago for the 94th edition of North America's largest, annual printing exposition.
Suppliers continue to give their customers laminate films that offer ever-greater value and are more precisely tailored to differing applications.
Ink and printer technology continue to fuel growth in the overall market as more applications move from older analog to digital technologies.
Technology continues to pave the way for profits in the business of print.
Window graphics provide a revenue opportunity for print service providers.
A handy reference guide to the latest products on the show floor at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.
There was a time when many wide-format imaging pros were skittish about the idea of moving away from OEM inks recommended for their printers. Now, more and more wide-format imaging professionals make the switch to third-party alternative inks.
WFI's readers weigh in with their picks for the Top Products of 2009.
With so many choices, knowing which paper to print on can be an overwhelming task, especially when it comes to fine-art prints in the wide-format market.
Dimensional marketing is one way to rise above mailbox clutter and show how print marketing can be exciting and effective.
Tell us what the print medium means to you.
Just because a fine art masterpiece can be created on digital printing devices doesn’t mean everyone is proficient.
While fabric may only be 1.5% of the flexible media, it offers a huge--and growing--impact on the sign and graphics industry.