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Expanded Gamut Printing and the Not-So-Well- Known Benefit
Expanded gamut printing is a fairly well-developed technology at this point and has been adopted by many printers, especially in the package arena.
Flexibility is Key for the Modern Workforce
Labor pressures in the printing industry predated the pandemic and will continue long into the future. Recruiting and retaining your w workforce means embracing flexibility. Adriane Harrison will share strategies for making your workplace more flexible and making your company an employer of choice.
Taming the Dragon of Color Gamuts
All color printing systems have their respective color gamut, or range of reproducible colors. Some systems, especially inkjet, have very large color gamuts as compared to other CMYK printing systems. But just because a device has a large color gamut doesn’t mean you will be successful with color …
Go Under the Hood with Color Separation
In this webinar, we'll go under the hood using practical examples and visuals to provide a clear understanding of UCR and GCR techniques for color separation in print production.
Process Control Foundations
Process control means ensuring that a system is constant, predictable, and continually operating at optimum performance with only normal variation. In the printing industry, process control is the cornerstone of any successful color-managed workflow.
Economic Update: 2022 So Far
This webinar will cover the printing industry's performance so far in 2022, expectations for the full year, the effects of the supply chain crisis, and how printing companies are responding to the crisis.
When OSHA Comes Knocking...Are You Prepared?
Knowing how to respond to an OSHA inspector is key to maintaining a safe workplace.
Creating a Strategic Workforce Development Plan
An important first step to fulfilling recruitment goals is to create a strategic workforce development plan (SWDP) which will have clearly stated goals, step-by-step methodology for reaching those goals, and a timeline to keep the company on target and accountable to itself.