Digital Dish: December 2019

By: Rick Williams

Dec 31, 2019

Throughout 2019, I've fed you various tips, tricks, and considerations when printing digitally, and in this final dish of the year, it's bittersweet to announce that it will be my final one! After 31 years with International Paper, I am retiring at the end of this month. 

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Digital Dish: November 2019

By: Rick Williams

Nov 30, 2019

Each dish features a new nugget to chew on and fuel your digital cravings. This month's edition features the all-new 21st Edition Pocket Pal®, the authoritative introduction to the graphic arts. This handy book is used across print markets and universities, and this latest edition contains loads of updated information that you'll want to get your hands on!

 

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Digital Dish: October 2019

By: Rick Williams

Oct 31, 2019

Each dish features a new nugget to chew on and fuel your digital cravings. This month's edition addresses a frequently-asked topic on the longevity of using treated papers on digital printing equipment, including Indigo, high-speed inkjet and toner-based. Will treated papers ever go away? As digital printing continues its growth in the commercial printing community, it's an exciting time to see what the future holds for the industry!

 

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Digital Dish: September 2019

By: Rick Williams

Sep 30, 2019

Each Digital Dish features a new nugget to chew on and fuel your digital cravings. This month's edition continues the discussion on book printing with high-speed inkjet presses. Thanks to digital printing, not only can you print without a publisher, but you also can print smaller quantities at first and reprint as demand grows. In fact, International Paper recently created its own original children's book, Apollo the Spacedog, and printed it using high-speed inkjet.

 

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Digital Dish: August 2019

By: Rick Williams

Aug 30, 2019

Each dish features a new nugget to chew on and fuel your digital cravings. This month's edition discusses book printing and converting on high-speed inkjet presses versus traditional offset presses and feeds you with suggestions to ensure the final book product is produced without major issues.

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