Print management information systems (MIS) help print providers keep their businesses productive.
Many print shops find that adding digital printing expands services and grows business.
Prototypes help bring packaging to life. They’re a practical way to test a job and show clients a realistic representation of a graphic.
Architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) and geographical information systems (GIS) are changing fields. As they rely increasingly on computer-aided design (CAD), hardware tools supporting the industry adjust to meet new demands.
Digital print trends involve more frequent, shorter runs, which increases the complexity and lowers the profit margin on print work.
The traditional publishing model continues to evolve. The latest advancements in booth cutsheet and continuous-feed digital printing forges a new era of supply chain effectiveness across the lifecycle of a book.
Entry-level/light-production devices and multifunction products (MFPs) are endowed with advanced features and capabilities.
Automation frees staff from repetitive workflow tasks, allowing employee’s valuable talents to be used elsewhere. Data entry—on both the front and back end of the workflow—is an ideal candidate for automation.
Many print professionals use Direct Imaging (DI) technology in concert with other printing equipment, digital or offset or both.
DI technology serves a niche by blending digital and offset.
The first part in this series profiled Sun Styles Tile Craft of Tucson, AZ. The Web-based business caters to customers on an international and national level, offering high-quality, kiln-fired ceramic goods.
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Market demand is constantly in flux—macro and micro influences are both a factor. Manufacturers equipped with the right hardware are positioned to quickly pivot with change.
With digital printing technologies, businesses are able to offer custom, short-run apparel printing at reasonable prices. This enables entrepreneurs to turn passions into profit.
Labels are a versatile application. Many smaller format devices offer low costs of entry, can open up new revenue streams for print providers, and offer a digital entryway for traditional label converters.
With the world economy in turmoil, we can’t have much of a technology discussion without considering the COVID-19 effect.
Software and workflow tools are facing a shift. Legacy, on premise systems compete with newer cloud-based, open systems.