Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.

Ryerson’s GCM Job Fair for 2018 set for March 22

Ryerson University’s annual Graphic Communications Management (GCM) Job Fair event in downtown Toronto is an opportunity for employers to network and interview enthusiastic students seeking summer internships or full-time career positions. Each company can expect to interview about 19 students – 11 interns and 8 graduating students. Companies are invited to collect as many résumés … Read more →

PIA’s Makin blasts Trump’s proposed tariffs on Uncoated Groundwood Paper from Canada – in addition to U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs

In response to a recent announcement by the U.S. Department of Commerce regarding preliminary anti-dumping duties on Canadian imports of Uncoated Groundwood (UGW) Paper, Printing Industries of America (PIA) President and CEO Michael Makin, in no uncertain terms, criticized the move and said it would put thousands of American jobs in the printing industry at … Read more →

Lowe-Martin invests in Horizon RD-4055 DMC Rotary Die Cutter from KBR Graphics

The Lowe-Martin Group recently installed a Standard/Horizon RD-4055 DMC Rotary Die Cutter at its production facility in Mississauga, Ontario from KBR Graphics (Laval, Quebec). Headquartered in Ottawa with production facilities in Mississauga, Lowe-Martin provides integrated printing and communication solutions that span an extensive range of products and services – including complete offset, digital large-format and … Read more →

Kodak event underscores its investments in technology to improve printers’ profitability and sustainability

Printers, industry analysts, media and industry influencers convened at Kodak’s worldwide headquarters in Rochester, New York, for its Taking Print Further event February 28 to March 1, 2018. The two-day forum featured the latest Kodak technology innovations that are pushing what’s possible in the process-free, digital and functional printing categories – while fostering robust discussions … Read more →

LSEV 3D-printed electric car set for mass production

Experts predict that electric, autonomous, 3D-printed cars that are safer, more environmentally friendly and customizable are destined for our roads. The new LSEV boasts two of these “essential” features – it’s not autonomous, but it is electric and most of its parts are 3D printed. The two-seater car from Italian manufacturer XEV has all of … Read more →

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