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This week read the final installment in our four-part State of the Industry series. The last few years were both exciting and volatile in the large format space. The global economy affects how much marketers spend on print, invest in new technology, and how quickly manufacturers bring new products to market. Hear from vendor leaders about how their companies are being affected. 

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[ Volume X Issue 15 ]   [ April 11, 2008 ]

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State of the Industry Report Part Four: Large Format Remains Strong
The economy plays a role in what manufacturers can research, develop, and bring to market; how much new technology print providers can invest in; and the amount of profit the manufacturer and print provider can make. Some manufacturers are not yet experiencing an overwhelming effect from the economy, but are preparing for it. Rising prices for... more >>

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State of the Industry Part Two
For some, budgets are tight, across the globe and industry-wide. The bulk of the graphic arts equipment providers we speak with say the economy has yet to dramatically affect them. "Many experts expect the economy to weaken in the first half of 2008," notes Rick Scrimger, VP and GM, Roland Color Products Division. "These economic conditions will likely impact our industry as it impacts others. At Roland, we have seen... more >> 
 

Making The Final Cut
There are many cutting options available for a digital printer, depending on the media. Choices range from the old fashion, manual methods like scissors, knifes, and saws, to automated solutions such as drum cutters—for kiss cutting thin, flexible materials—to computer numeric control (CNC) routers—
for boring through solid substrates like... more >>


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