EDINA, Minn.—IPA, The Association of Graphic Solutions Providers has begun conducting an examination of the world's leading digital press systems for production printing. The 2009 IPA Digital Print Forum includes a wide testing criteria of repeatability, color integrity, and sheet recyclability. The test results of the Digital Print Forum will provide a resource for prospective buyers of digital print production devices assuring any prospective system matches their company’s needs and market conditions.
IPA Technical Conference
EDINA, Minn.—A study of digital print will be highlighted at the 43rd annual IPA Technical Conference to be held in downtown Chicago, April 22-24. The complete program, “Leveraging Cross Media Convergence,” is now online at http://www.ipa.org/tech Photographers, designers, production managers, IT specialists, prepress managers, and printers will come together at the graphics workflow event to share ideas and insights about how to improve their workflow capabilities to provide more effective graphic solutions for their clients. During the event, attendees will learn the results of the landmark study of digital print currently being conducted under the direction of Dr. Abhay Sharma of Ryerson University. This
Edina, MN—IPA, The Association of Graphic Solutions Providers, announced details for the 4th Annual IPA Proofing RoundUP, to be conducted as part of the 2007 IPA Technical Conference, June 5-7, 2007 in Rosemont, Ill. The 2007 Proofing RoundUP will test the abilities of both proofing equipment suppliers and their end-user customers to reveal the current state of the North American proofing market. Since its inception in 2004, the IPA Proofing RoundUP has led to substantial improvements in the quality of proofing technologies and techniques. In 2006 the RoundUP proved that proofing technologies had reached new heights, with all participating suppliers proving their ability to
EDINA, Minn.—IPA, The Association of Graphic Solutions Providers, announced details of its 2007 Technical Conference, June 5 – 7, 2007 at the Westin O’Hare Hotel, in Rosemount, Ill. As a leading premedia workflow conference, attendees will gain the skills and knowledge to integrate their physical and digital workflow into a seamless, Total Workflow. This year’s conference will offer two tracks, Management and Technical, as well as a hands-on Learning Lab. In the Technical Track, color reproduction and digital workflow technologies are analyzed, evaluated and debated by technology managers. In the Management Track, business managers evaluate new technologies and their impact on the effective operation