Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.

Electronics For Imaging introduces Reggiani Bolt Digital Textile Printer

The new “next-generation” single-pass EFI (Electronics For Imaging) Reggiani Bolt Digital Textile Printer made its debut last month during an open house at the EFI Reggiani production facility in Bergamo, Italy. The advanced ultra-high-speed digital single-pass printer “has the potential to revolutionize the textile printing market, providing users with high uptime and reliability, outstanding performance, … Read more →

CJ Graphics’ annual open house party and fundraiser – another wonderful success

CJ Graphics’ 32nd annual open house party and fundraiser December 7 at its new, expanded location in Mississauga, Ontario attracted over 2,125 guests that included clients, the trade media, celebrities, politicians, competitors, suppliers, staff, families and friends who came out to support the evening between 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. Friday, December 7th. The popular annual … Read more →

Ricoh wins Best in Biz Gold Award for most innovative company

Ricoh USA has been named a gold winner in the Most Innovative Company category from the Best in Biz Awards – the only independent business awards program judged each year by prominent editors and reporters from top-tier publications in North America. In the past year, Ricoh launched its Ricoh Ignite Global Growth Strategy which outlines … Read more →

ISA survey reveals that sign, graphics and visual communications wages are up in USA

The International Sign Association (ISA – Alexandria, Virginia) has reported that sign, graphics and visual communications industry jobs in the United States pay better than average manufacturing jobs there, and overall wages have increased in recent years. That’s according to a recent ISA Wage & Benefits Survey, created for the International Sign Association by the … Read more →

Markem-Imaje improves its Valvejet Printer/Coder line

Users of Markem-Imaje’s new Valvejet 4700 Printer/Coder users can now add ink on-the-fly without stopping high-speed production while printing two sides of a case simultaneously, or very large characters on one side – thus enhancing code readability and minimizing logistics errors. When printing variable-data information onto cases, manufacturers need to produce legible characters while minimizing … Read more →

Annual Converters Expo set for March 27 in Wisconsin

Converting professionals from across North America are invited to attend the 12th Annual 2019 Converters Expo to find manufacturing partners, see testing and prototyping equipment demonstrations, meet with producers of disposables, and learn the latest in flexo printing and packaging. The expo is expected to draw more than 700 attendees who’ll have access to 124 … Read more →

Registration now open for InPrint USA 2019

Registration is now open for InPrint USA, a major exhibition of printing technologies for manufacturing. The event will take place April 9-11, 2019 at the Kentucky International Convention Center (KICC) in Louisville and will bring industrial print seekers and suppliers face-to-face with industry experts and innovators. InPrint USA is a leading exhibition for emerging technologies … Read more →

Southwest Bindings changes name

The Toronto-based company’s new name, Southwest Business Products Limited, reflects “an all-encompassing business brand that communicates our proud Canadian heritage and the fact that we offer multiple business products – not just document binding,” said President and Founder Louis Cordeiro. Southwest currently operates six offices across Canada in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, and Dartmouth. … Read more →

Summa launches new large-format finishing flatbeds for the textile market

Summa, a leading Belgium-based manufacturer of high-end cutting plotters (with offices in Beverly, Massachusetts), has unveiled two new sizes of flatbed finishing systems. The new F3232 and F3220 are based on the proven technology of the OEM’s Summa F Series. “Through the expansion of our flatbed series, Summa strives to improve the synergy with the … Read more →