Category: Inkjet Technologies

Part One: Here’s how your team can counter Murphy’s Law in the bindery.

According to Captain Edward A. Murphy, an aerospace engineer working on research project MX981 circa 1949, “If anything can go wrong, it will.”  His quote is now known as Murphy’s Law.  Call it what you will, it’s something that we all have witnessed either professionally or personally because, try as…

According to Captain Edward A. Murphy, an aerospace engineer working on research project MX981 circa 1949, “If anything can go wrong, it will.”  His quote is now known as Murphy’s Law.  Call it what you will, it’s something that we all have witnessed either professionally or personally because, try as…

Labor and Technology: Crossroads or Turning Point?

Printing is experiencing one of the top five steepest declines in available labor throughout industry. While it would be easy to view that as a dark reality to a business supposedly in decline, NOT SO FAST!   Resulting from contraction and acquisition, fewer commercial printers are sharing a healthy volume…

Printing is experiencing one of the top five steepest declines in available labor throughout industry. While it would be easy to view that as a dark reality to a business supposedly in decline, NOT SO FAST!   Resulting from contraction and acquisition, fewer commercial printers are sharing a healthy volume…

THE BOOK MARKET RETURNS!!!!

The North American book market is currently in full swing and healthy recovery following several years of marked uncertainty.  The impending “death of the traditional book” was widely reported in trade publications and business journals as the introduction of digital tablets and related devices rapidly took off.  Today, however, we…

The North American book market is currently in full swing and healthy recovery following several years of marked uncertainty.  The impending “death of the traditional book” was widely reported in trade publications and business journals as the introduction of digital tablets and related devices rapidly took off.  Today, however, we…