Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.

Ricoh unveils Pro C7200 sheetfed series with 5th-colour option

Ricoh USA has announced the availability of a highly versatile sheetfed series that makes “unprecedented and unmatched colour printing affordable.” The Ricoh Pro C7200 series, featuring its Graphic Arts Edition and 5th-colour-station models, brings best-in-class price performance and predictability to most demanding production print environments, said the OEM. With inline sensors and calibration, these digital … Read more →

Neenah releases Explore 6 aimed at real estate market

In 2017, the U.S. National Association of Realtors had an estimated 1.3 million members. For designers and printers in the U.S. (as well as those in Canada that serve this market), that means 1.3 million real estate agents in need of branding and print marketing. With a reported 70% of buyers and sellers using the … Read more →

PIA continues its fight against U.S. tariffs on Canadian paper with nationwide member petition

Yesterday, the Printing Industries of America (PIA) released an online petition to its members titled Abuse of tariff laws threaten jobs – sign our Petition. The e-mail (above), addressed to The Honorable Rhonda Schmidtlein, a Missouri Democrat and Chairman of the International Trade Commission in Washington, DC, went on to say: “The government, at the … Read more →

TC Transcontinental, CJ Graphics and Cameron Advertising first in Canada to install Agfa’s new Jeti Tauro H3300 LED

Three leading Canadian companies have installed Agfa Graphics’ latest UV LED inkjet hybrid wide-format “workhorse” – the Jeti Tauro H3300 LED from Agfa Graphics Canada (Mississauga, Ontario). Montreal’s TC Transcontinental, Canada’s largest printer, was actually the first Jeti Tauro H3300 LED installation in North America. A long-term vision and a culture of anticipating customers’ needs, … Read more →

Fujifilm now suing Xerox for over $1 billion

In the ongoing “melodrama” between industry giants Fujifilm and Xerox, Fujifilm Holdings Corporation is suing Xerox Corporation for breach of contract and estimated damages of more than $1 billion after Xerox walked away from a planned merger earlier this year. Though Xerox appeared to reach an agreement with its dissident investors Carl Icahn and Darwin … Read more →

Agfa releases InkTune and PressTune to reduce production costs

Agfa Graphics has announced the release of InkTune and PressTune software to facilitate better control over printing resources and standards, optimize performance, reduce production costs and lower total cost of ownership. These intelligent tools are important elements of Agfa Graphics’ ECO³ offering and give printers complete control over all printing elements – from ink use … Read more →

New study shows how relationship between print and e-book publications impacts profits

To ensure the increasing popularity of e-books (currently more than 20% of all book sales worldwide are e-books), never undermine the success of their printed counterparts. Publishers frequently delay the digital publication date for several weeks after the print edition has been released. However, new research in the INFORMS journal Management Science, found that delaying … Read more →

Annual EPPY Awards calls for entries by August 24

The EPPY Awards, presented by Editor & Publisher, honour the best in digital media across a multitude of diverse categories, including excellence in college and university journalism. Now in its 23rd year, this international contest has broadened its scope and also includes categories for investigative features, mobile apps, videos, webcasts, advertising/marketing, photography and community service. … Read more →

Ricoh unveils Pro VC70000 digital inkjet printer and new inks

Ricoh USA has announced the newest addition to its award-winning inkjet portfolio – the Ricoh Pro VC70000. Built to accelerate the transfer of offset print volumes to digital, the new continuous-feed platform empowers commercial printers to produce quality applications, such as high-end catalogues and magazines, traditionally printed by offset presses. Additionally, Ricoh-developed inks enable “up … Read more →

Mohawk adds 43 new coloured papers with the launch of Keaykolour by Arjowiggins

Mohawk Fine Papers (Cohoes, NY) North America’s largest privately-owned manufacturer of fine papers, envelopes and specialty materials for printing, has announced the launch of Keaykolour by Arjowiggins Creative Papers. Long established outside the U.S., Keaykolour has just undergone an extensive product update resulting in a range of 43 “fresh” colours, with Mohawk as the exclusive … Read more →

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