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  • The Ben Franklin Honor Society of Printing Industries of America recognizes and honors industry leaders who have made lasting contributions to advancing the printing and graphic communications industries. This includes, but is not limited to, Printing Industries of America and its affiliates and the Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation (PGSF).

  • Whether you want to print with diamond like precision with the Acuity series or need to produce grand format work at a lower cost with our Uvistar UV printers, FUJIFILM has a solution for you. Imagine the world’s fastest flatbeds...5’ x 10’ digital prints done in seconds, not minutes.The Onset series lets you go head to head with screen and offset. And win.

  • As one of the world’s most respected performance imaging companies, Epson has become the benchmark for print quality. And in many ways, the products shown in this line guide represent some of the most advanced forms of imaging ever developed.

    This is what defines us. In short, it is the way in which we combine engineering and innovation, performance and everyday reliability.

    From the most intricate photograph to the most precise architectural drawing, no other company hasbeen so focused on developing imaging technology that inspires people to do amazing things.

  • Affordable EFI™ Wide Format printers and inks are entry-level and midrange solutions for print businesses of all sizes and budgets.

  • Copy, print, plot, scan, manage and electronically distribute both black & white or color wide format documents for technical and graphic arts solutions with our full line product portfolio of large format printers, plotters, copiers, finishing equipment and software. Print job and document management solutions for your large format plotter applications.

  • Agfa Graphics’ systems for indoor and outdoor digital printing let you easily print a variety of eye-popping displays, point-or-purchase materials, billboards, vehicle graphics and backlight signage up to 100 inches wide.

  • The Koenig & Bauer Group is the second-largest press manufacturer worldwide, with the broadest product range in the industry, and a key supplier to the global media industry. KBA’s core competence is the development and manufacture of technologically innovative yet cost-effective printing systems and peripherals. The parent company is Koenig & Bauer AG (KBA) with facilities in Würzburg, Radebeul, KBA-FT Engineering GmbH and Albert-Frankenthal GmbH in Frankenthal and Trennfeld (all in Germany).

  • With a reputation for high speed, rock-solid reliable solutions that produce outstanding quality prints, Canon Solutions America, leveraging the best of the Océ brand, has some of the brightest R&D minds in the industry working to bring about tomorrow’s innovations. Commercial printers recognize the application versatility, workflow expertise and award winning service that we consistently deliver across a broad range of end-to-end solutions — from cutsheet to continuous feed, monochrome to full color, and toner to inkjet.

  • BIA

    Founded in 1955, this special industry group of Printing Industries of America helps promote the binding, graphic finishing, and custom loose leaf industry. Members are also include some of the top suppliers in the world.  Featuring a national conference, award contest, PostPress Magazine, and Findabindery.com.  

  • Since 1987 TAGA has recognized the research achievements of TAGA Student Members and Chapters by bestowing several awards for exceptional work in technical research. All active student TAGA members are encouraged to participate in these competitions to showcase their abilities in technical writing, design, and production.

  • Established in 1985, the TAGA Student Chapters are an integral part of the TAGA organization. Organized TAGA Student Chapters as well as individual students at several universities participate in technical research that is presented at the Annual Technical Conference.

  • TAGA focuses on graphic arts systems, software, and computer technology developments, as well as areas of press, ink, and paper engineering applications. The association also provides guidance and support to student chapters around the world.

  • Organized in 1948, TAGA is the only global professional technical association for the graphic arts industries. TAGA, which has over 300 individual members worldwide, also maintains the industry's best permanent set of technical papers and abstracts. Abstracts currently being accepted for the 2014 TAGA Conference.

  • Each year Printing Industries of America holds one of the most prestigious print competitions in the world—the Premier Print Awards.

  • The Board of Directors of TAGA singles out professionals with distinguished careers to receive the TAGA Michael H. Bruno Award in appreciation for their dedicated services and contributions to the advancement of graphic arts internationally.

  • The TAGA Board of Directors congratulates all the students and chapters who participated in the competitions. This page lists all of the winners.

  • Entering the Premier Print Awards is easier than you think. Simply follow the steps below and you could be on your way to winning a Benny!

  • Begun in 1950 as the Graphics Arts Awards Competition, the Premier Print Awards attracts entries from companies in North America, South America, Asia, Europe and the Pacific Rim.

  • Since the establishment of the TAGA Student Chapters in 1985, student chapters have produced technical publications to showcase their student research, and starting in 1993, the TAGA Board of Directors has awarded a Grand Prize Award to recognize their efforts in producing their TAGA Student Publications.

  • To recognize the quality of the research papers authored by graduate level students, in 1995 the Dusty Rhodes Graduate Student Paper Award was established. Named after Dusty Rhodes, a long-standing TAGA member and pioneer in color reproduction technology and dedicated advocate of graphic arts research.

  • Established in 1987 and renamed in 1991 in honor or Dr. Harvey Levenson who founded the TAGA Student Chapter program (in 1985), the Harvey Levenson Undergraduate Student Paper Award is presented to the undergraduate student author of the best student research paper.