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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
Preparing Art Files for Digital Printing
Any great print starts with the artwork. The first step a decorator must take when getting into the business of imprinting apparel is figuring out where the artwork will come from and the proper procedures for converting that art into a format that can be used by the chosen output device.
The SGIA Journal Garment Edition Fall 2017
Fresh from the bustling floor of the 2017 SGIA Expo, and gearing up for the new THREADX conference, this issue of the Garment Journal focuses on the new techniques and equipment debuted at the show, while also calling attention to the strategic shifts facing the extraordinary garment decoration and …
2017 Women in Print Report: Garment Decorators
In 2017, SGIA launched the Women in Print Alliance with three main goals: to attract, retain and advance women in the industry through mentoring, education and personal and professional development.
Understanding and Preparing for an OSHA Inspection
A visit from OSHA could be a minor disruption to your day’s schedule, or it could turn into several days of confusion and cost. What makes the difference is how well you understand OSHA inspections and how well prepared you are to demonstrate compliance.