Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.

GPA introduces Touch Class Specialty Fine Papers

GPA, a market leader in substrate solutions for digital, wide-format and offset printing, has added Touch Class Specialty Fine Papers to its product lines. “As the name implies, this collection is meant to be experienced through touch. With a rich, tactile feel and a special surface treatment, these papers offer added resistance to fingerprints, water … Read more →

HP offers engineering–grade 3D-printed parts in less time

HP’s expanded 3D-printing portfolio now includes the new Jet Fusion 300/500 Series of 3D printers – “the industry’s first 3D printing technology that enables manufacturers to produce engineering-grade, functional parts in full colour, black or white, with voxel control in a fraction of the time of other solutions,” said the OEM. Depending on the configuration … Read more →

Keypoint Intelligence – InfoTrends explores potential of personalized video in customer communications

As customer communications simultaneously expands into new digital channels and becomes more personalized, Keypoint Intelligence – InfoTrends has embarked on a dedicated global study into consumer interest in receiving personalized videos. The new study encompasses consumer insights from the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom. “Personalized videos, or video messages enriched with individualized customer … Read more →

Gluefast introduces duplexing system for thick business card production

The Gluefast Company (Neptune, NJ) has introduced a simple, easy-to-use duplexing system ideal for making double-thick and triple-thick business cards. It consists of three basic parts – a glue machine that applies water-based mounting glue to cardstock, an alignment board that serves as a guide for placement of glued sheets using adjustable brackets for different … Read more →

EFI donates Pace MIS/ERP estimating technology to Ryerson University

The School of Graphic Communications Management (GCM) in the Faculty of Communication and Design at Toronto-based Ryerson University has received Pace estimating MIS/ERP software from EFI (Electronics For Imaging). The donation, which includes licenses for 75 concurrent users, allows the school to fill a key gap in its digital workflow, create a complete integrated pre-media … Read more →

Sappi unveils new educational website SappiPops to help printers, marketers, creatives and designers

Sappi North America (Boston, MA), a leading producer and supplier of diversified paper and packaging products, has launched a new educational website, The new site is designed for printers, marketers, creative and designers looking to innovate in their respective areas of expertise. “Sappi’s marketing leadership, insights and analysis now have one convenient online home – … Read more →

Kodak upgrades proofing software and adds violet ink

Kodak has announced upgrades to its Kodak Proofing Software, “making it easier for printers to spend less time planning and more time printing consistent colour results.” New with the upgrade, Kodak Proofing Software allows users to proof spot colours with “stunning accuracy” with new support for violet ink proofers from the Epson SC-P7000 and SC-P9000 … Read more →

FTA unveils Fall Conference 2018 theme, venue and chair

The Flexographic Technical Association (FTA, Bohemia, New York) has announced that Taking Care of Business will be the official theme of its 2018 Fall Conference. The event, which is expected to attract more than 350 industry professionals, will take place October 29-31 in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. Constructing the special track of technical sessions for the … Read more →

EFI reports record revenue for Q4 and 2017

Guy Gecht

EFI (Electronics For Imaging), an industry leader in customer-focused digital printing innovation, has announced its revenue results for the fourth quarter and year ended December 31, 2017. For the quarter ended December 31, 2017, the company reported record fourth-quarter revenue of $269.2 million, up 1% compared to fourth quarter 2016 revenue of $266.7 million. For … Read more →

Four ways to improve the performance of your employees

Andrew Miller, President of Toronto-based ACM Consulting, is a leading expert in operational excellence and has helped companies like 3M, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Siemens, Scotiabank, the YMCA, Philips and Becton Dickinson, accelerate growth, maximize profitability and boost performance. He’s the author of Redefining Operational Excellence and The Unified Theory of Profitability. His insights … Read more →

Gruber named new KBA Digital & Web Service National Sales Manager

As it increases its digital press portfolio, KBA North America and its parent company Koenig & Bauer have established a new position to oversee its growing digital sales and web service throughout North America. This newly created position has been assigned to Jürgen Gruber, who will specifically oversee sales of the RotaJET Digital Printing Press, … Read more →

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