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State of the Industry Report 2021
Conducted quarterly by PRINTING United Alliance and NAPCO Research, these in-depth reports focus on what has happened in 2021, what we can expect in 2022, with a focus on capital investments, economic growth and trends in the industry.
New Products Guide
Explore new technologies by Market Segment in this curated guide of equipment, software, and consumables.
PRINTING United Journal Articles
Production Inkjet Adoption in Commercial Printing: A Summary
Production inkjet printing is the most rapidly expanding form of digital printing technology today, and is a process that has been adopted by half of the US printers who participated in this survey. SGIA commissioned NAPCO Research to answer some key questions.
What You Should Know About Web-to-Print Software
Whether you sell printing services to businesses or printed products to consumers, the right web-to-print software can make the buying process much more convenient for your customers. Online ordering can also bring more consistency and control to your day-to-day operations.
PDAA Certification: A Look at the Past, Present and Future
As of January 2018, SGIA and PDAA no longer function as separate membership organizations. All PDAA members are now members of SGIA. The installer community and the PDAA brand will remain, as will the Master Certified Installer designation.
Canned vs. Custom Profiles
What you will not find with canned profiles is the cost savings that come with setting your own primary ink restrictions and total area coverage. In order to realize these gains, as well as achieve the best possible color, custom profiles should be built using a spectrophotometer appropriate for your …