Computer and monitor giant Dell exits the printer business

As has been rumoured for the past few weeks, Dell, an American multinational computer technology company based in Round Rock, Texas, will be is exiting the printer business, no longer selling Dell-branded printers. Instead, the computer giant and number one shipper of PC monitors in the world, will transition its clients from Dell-branded laser printers … Read more →

ICON raises $35,000 for Autism programs and services

ICON Digital Productions, a visual communications company founded in 1995 and headquartered in Toronto, hosted a fundraising dinner on Thursday, April 5, 2018 at The School Fine Dining in Markham, Ontario. At the end of the event, it raised a total of $35,000 for Toronto-based Geneva Centre for Autism (GCA) programs and services. The contribution … Read more →

HP introduces Satin Wrapping Paper

Emphasizing that “consumers’ love for customizable products continues to grow,” HP has introduced its latest media. HP Satin Wrapping Paper is a printable, high-quality wrapping paper “designed to create memorable gifts and products with a personal touch,” said the OEM. HP Satin Wrapping Paper allows consumers to print their own photos, logos and custom messages … Read more →

Verico Technology is new name for Presstek Manufacturing Facility and Waterless Plate Division

Following Mark Andy’s recent acquisition of Presstek’s DI (Direct Imaging) offset plates and presses, CTP solutions, and service for commercial and in-plant customers, Presstek’s Waterless Plate Division now becomes Verico Technology. Verico, a leading provider of waterless printing solutions, is headquartered in Nashua, New Hampshire and is headed by CEO Yuval Dubois. Verico Technology will … Read more →

Onyx Graphics awarded another U.S. patent for colour technology innovation

Global software company Onyx Graphics (Salt Lake City, Utah) has been awarded another U.S. patent for colour technology innovations in wide-format and grand-format print software solutions. U.S patent 9,917,955 has been granted for spectral transmissive measurement of media – a new method of obtaining colour information for printing on media resulting in improved colour accuracy, … Read more →

Lisi to be next Chair of Ryerson University’s School of Graphic Communications Management

Professor Jason Lisi has been appointed as the next Chair of Ryerson University’s School of Graphic Communications Management (GCM) beginning on July 1, 2018. The announcement was recently made by Charles Falzon, Dean of Ryerson’s Faculty of Communication & Design (FCAD). Lisi, a regular contributor to Graphic Arts Magazine, started teaching at Ryerson in 2003. … Read more →