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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
Gearing Up for Mass Customization of Apparel
No matter which method you use for garment decoration, now is an exciting time to be in the business — particularly if you have a smart business model, marketing savvy and access to fantastic, original designs.
2017 SGIA Industry Survey Results: Graphic & Sign Community
The Industry Survey was conducted by SGIA in March and April of 2017. The goal of the survey was to evaluate the current market situation in the industry and provide companies with valuable information for their everyday business decisions. This report is based on the responses of 189 graphics and sign …
Developments in LED UV Curing Technology
Manufacturers of inkjet and other print systems are increasingly adopting Light Emitting Diodes (LED) as a source of Ultraviolet (UV) energy for pinning, drying and curing photo-reactive inks, coatings, adhesives and other materials.
A New Approach to UV LED Measurement for Printers: Total Measured Optic Response
UV LEDs have evolved from being viewed as an “experimental novelty” to a mainstay technology for curing UV inks. Many of the same techniques and instruments developed to measure conventional broadband, mercury-based UV sources are mistakenly used to measure UV LEDs.