IF THE FIRST RULE of business is to stay in business, as the adage goes, then the second must surely be to embrace change. Because there...
The way customers buy from us is changing, big time.
The use of robotic technology in the inkjet printing process could change the dynamic of decorating complex industrial components.
The markets for DTG printers are growing, thanks to changes in apparel retailing, new inks, better RIPs, easier-to-use printers, and ready-to-print DTG garments.
Both functional and decorative applications present sizeable opportunities for the glass industry.
Some of the initial buzz has waned, but large companies are investing heavily in the technology and giving us a glimpse of what may be ahead.
The levels are based on the complexity of the technology used.
Is your shop missing out on a free opportunity to showcase work, keep clients coming back for more, and reach new customers?
There's now a premium on dimensionality, with effects that literally rise out of the traditional flat print.
Screen Printing presents a refreshed take on Charlie Taublieb’s popular 2014 article on high-definition special-effect printing.