Monthly Archives: September 2013

The last offset press at PRINT?

I was trying to figure out how many times I have visited Chicago to attend the GraphExpo and PRINT shows. I think it’s nearly 40. I wasn’t able to attend for a few years because of travel conflicts, and I … Continue reading

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These two caught my eye

At last week’s PRINT13 convention I saw a lot of machines. Most of these machines were incremental improvements on machines I have seen before, and some were not of interest to me because I have limited my bandwidth recently to … Continue reading

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Epson’s new dye-sublimation printers enter the market for ink-jet printed fabric

My friends at Epson were showing a couple of new ink-jet printers at PRINT13, printers which are designed to fit into the fabric printing industry. I’m working on a project right now that involves dye-sublimation printing, and I was impressed … Continue reading

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I have seen the future of newspaper printing

A few years ago I got a chance to see the Hewlett-Packard M400 press in prototype form, and I wrote glowingly about that press. It was the first time I had seen an ink-jet web press. It was, and is, … Continue reading

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Vacation for the Blognosticator

I finished ten weeks of teaching summer quarter on Wednesday, I turned in my grades on Thursday, and on Friday at the crack of dawn my wife and I headed up California’s Highway 101 to the Bay Area, and then … Continue reading

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