Wide format multifunction inkjet printers for print shops

Many print manufacturers are now featuring a line of scan-print solutions for both the technical CAD industry as well as the graphics industry. But which one is right for you? The new MFP (Multifunction Printer) solutions are powered by inkjet or electro-photographic printing and offer features such as scan-to-print, scan-to-email and file-to-print in a single, … Read more →

Ready! Fire! Aim!

"A goal without a plan is just a wish." – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry There are two things that most business owners can recognize immediately, and that clever business owners know to steer clear of: FIRE AND SAND. At some point in business it is inevitable that you will be confronted with a dilemma. Not enough … Read more →

Federal funds to support your innovation

Canada’s 23rd prime minister, Justin Trudeau is just beginning his four year mandate in which he promises “real change”. There were a significant number of promises made during the campaign, and it will be quite a task for the government to enact them all in a timely manner, while keeping Canada fiscally sound. One of … Read more →

Whats hot in marketing in 2016?

It’s the end of the year, and while as we’re about to embark on an influx of holiday cheer and overeating, it’s exactly the time we start thinking about the year ahead. At the Canadian Association of Marketing Professionals (CAMP), marketing is our favourite topic. There’s nothing we love more than to sit back and … Read more →

Understanding the value of free vs caged content

Most businesses, particularly B2B, have been debating the subject of caged/gated content for years. Personally, I’ve always been a believer in striking a balance between which content should be “given away” and which should be “caged/gated”. In general, gated content is content that requires someone to “put some skin in the game”. In other words, … Read more →

View from the publisher – December 2015

Well, wasn’t that an interesting year! We ran more than our usual share of news, new products, special event information and timely features on topics such as packaging, wide format, 3D printing, textile printing, printed electronics and more – while keeping you up to date on all that’s happening in traditional offset and digital. I’d … Read more →

New in colour management

Our closing issue for the year is dedicated to colour. Colour science is a topic that has been critical in our industry for decades now. In the past, achieving good colour would have been an art form – a delicate synergy between the pressmen and his press. Today, while it may still be a mystery … Read more →

Colour management today

Introduction Colour Management, the controlled communication and conversion of colour data, is seen as essential for brand management and effective communications. It’s used to specify and obtain the desired final colours, end-to-end, in-house, or across different companies and locations throughout the value chain. The ICC (International Color Consortium) led the original colour ‘charge’, and established … Read more →

3D Printing News – December 2015

This month: Staying ahead of the 3D technology curve Where is your business going to be in five years? There is no easy answer, especially with so many changes happening in the printing and graphic arts industry. By expanding your products and value-added services, you can open up tremendous opportunities – especially in the realm … Read more →

Going beyond the production floor: How to build your own personal workflow and maximize efficiency

In today’s graphic arts industry, printers are increasingly focused on finding ways to maximize their equipment and ensure efficiency. Building a concise equipment workflow ultimately affects the bottom line in a variety of ways, from the scope what a company might sell, down to the speed and quality at which it can turnaround it’s workload. … Read more →

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