When it comes to acquiring quality printing solutions for businesses, Park Press Printing is ideal. This press release was originally distributed by ReleaseWire Saugus, MA – (ReleaseWire) – 12/29/2021 – Modern organizations rely heavily on high quality printing solutions for a variety of reasons. Extensive use of flyers, brochures, leaflets,Read More →

Flexible Printing Inks Market Flexible printing inks are colored liquids and pastes formulated to transfer and reproduce an image from a printing surface PORTLAND, OREGON, USA, Dec 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – According to the Flexible Printing Inks Market Report released by Allied Market Research, the study presents the looming industryRead More →

We’re starting with two acquisitions in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs and then a new Amazon e-commerce store for polypropylene filaments. Then we will discuss the software, the orientation of the printing and finish with the 3D printing for the preparation of the rhinoplasty surgery. Read on for the details!Read More →

3D printing is a growing technology that is disrupting many industries. From healthcare to manufacturing, innovations in 3D printing are not only changing the way we make things, but adjusting areas of the possible, creating capabilities and functionality that were previously beyond the reach of production processes. traditional. Image Credit:Read More →

Text and photos: Mark Stevenson John Dawson (born 1831) was a postmaster, printer, composer and pressman/stationer, bookseller and newsagent in Bramley in 1861. The printing side of John’s business published the Bramley Almanac and Historical Yearbookfirst published in 1854. By 1901, John had retired and was living in Oakville/286 BroadRead More →

‘André Kertész: Postcards From Paris’ at the Art Institute of Chicago is perhaps, inch for inch, the most exquisite photography exhibition in America right now. An intensive reading of the years 1925-28, just after the photographer moved to Paris from his native Hungary, he revisits a prodigiously fertile period forRead More →

Image: Thomas Boland, Ph.D., professor of biomedical engineering at UTEP and a bioprinting pioneer widely known as the grandfather of modern inkjet bioprinting, has been appointed a member of the National Academy of Inventors. see Following Credit: UTEP Marketing et Communication EL PASO, Texas (December 9, 2021) – Thomas Boland,Read More →

The Recovery Based Survey for Digital Printing Press Market Price Report contains critical insights regarding growth strategies, trends, innovations, business opportunities, 2021 competitive landscape and prospects geographic, in particular North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, as well as Middle East and Africa. A comprehensive estimate of this global market encompassesRead More →

Helen Frankenthaler is best known for her large-scale, vivid “smear” paintings, which initiated the color field works of the so-called Abstract Expressionists of the second generation. She claimed that her visit to Jackson Pollock’s exhibition at the Betty Parsons Gallery in 1950 changed her sense of what could be doneRead More →

While many of us haven’t sent (or even bought!) This year’s Christmas cards yet, there are probably several early risers already gearing up for next year’s bundle. A holiday tradition for over 175 years, the first Christmas cards were created and sent to social circles from early Victorian England toRead More →

Mossberg & Company Inc., a fixture in the area’s printing industry since 1930, has bolstered its capabilities with the recent installation of a Heidelberg XL-106 8-color press. The 41-inch improvement press, which increases prints per hour by 3,000, replaces two of Mossberg’s presses while increasing productivity and reducing overall setupRead More →