Over the past decade, digital printing technology has continued to grow, fueled by technical advancements in equipment that has allowed end users to offer more service options that were previously possible only in the traditional offset print markets.
The digital fine art photography market continues to grow. Its key drivers? One is the creative inspiration of those working in the field; another, the steady evolution and continuing improvement in new media products.
Given today’s growing interest in green, sustainable solutions, aggressive solvent printers appear to be falling out of favor with many. That naturally invites the question whether solvent technology has a future in the industry.
Floor graphics are the new playground of large-format marketing. They are a great Point of Purchase (POP) display and are relatively inexpensive, still new enough that they draw attention and are a proven sales stimulant.
Color management has become a more important requirement for wide-format signs and displays. The technology is maturing, becoming easier to use, and customers are more aware of the advantages in delivering consistent, accurate color.
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.
Bigger is better—at least when grand-format prints are involved. From building wraps to billboards, grand-format print providers produce thousands of feet of graphics and signage every year. Wide-Format Imaging takes its annual look at this market by...
There hasn’t been much in the way of good news over the past several months and unfortunately, the inkjet ink market has not been immune to the global economic climate. Ink manufacturers have seen an impact on their business, but some have already...