World Class Printing
We bring together technology, materials, machinery and human ingenuity to create world-class printing. Our products inform, persuade, educate and delight millions of consumers and business people worldwide. They help our clients prosper.More About Regal
27,000 Sq. ft. Facility
We print and finish books, booklets, brochures, buck slips, pocket folders, postcards, posters, annual reports, calendars, magazine/mailing inserts and anything in between in our 27,000 square-foot facility and workforce of 30+. Our clients include general corporations, advertising agencies, manufacturers, free lancers, architects, and many other types of businesses.See Our Capabilities
With the type and amount of resources we use, it is our responsibility, as well as everyone’s, to be economical and efficient with our application of energy/materials and cognoscente of how we recycle and otherwise dispose of the resulting items.Learn More
In this episode of The Week that Was, EFI entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired for $1.7 billion; the PRC issued a compliance assessing the USPS in FY18; and Bill Farquharson has some advice about badmouthing the competition.Read More
Marco Boer on State of Inkjet Printing Market, Key Adoption Drivers and the Tipping Point With Offset Printing
Marco Boer, conference chair of the 2019 Inkjet Summit and VP at IT Strategies, outlines his key takeaways about production inkjet printing, what's prompting the 'second wave' of adopters to invest now, and why he predicts 2026 will mark a key tipping point between offset and inkjet page volumes.Read More
In my state, we have spring elections, which are quiet affairs that don’t draw national attention. In these elections there isn’t much money available for advertising. How exactly are those precious campaign funds spent? I decided to take a look. Here’s what I observed, broken down by all available media.Read More
The injection of capital from Siris should allow EFI to execute more rapidly on key strategic initiatives, specifically market segments experiencing analog-to-digital transformation.Read More
“Using an iterative process, I built 10 prototypes, printed more than 100 proofs, and used more than a kilometer of filament,” explains Schneider. “The final result is a portable printing press that costs only 5€ of material and can be printed by everyone with access to a 3D-printer.” ... (read more)Read More
Inkjet Printing Technology is the key to the new paradigm shift into "mass customization". Inkjet printing technology is now being used to produce promotional products ... (read more)Read More
As their current employees are retiring from the print industry due to an aging demographic, the number of employees is decreasing.Read More
This article demonstrates how to use ColorThink Pro software to evaluate custom ICC profiles. Using the steps outlined, users can efficiently analyze and compare ICC profiles prior to workflow
implementation. Five individual tests are illustrated.
The usage of tablets and smart phones for online purchasing has increased dramatically in recent years. However, in the retail space many product marketers require a color-critical display to attract customers and minimize product returns. The present study evaluates calibration procedures for tablet-based computers and suggests that when used properly these devices can be improved through careful calibration procedures.Read More
In order to understand brand color variation in corrugated packaging, samples of seven different consumer brand packages were collected from retailers in 11 locations across the United States. These samples were tagged by location and then organized by brand.
While core brand colors are often utilized across all variety of the brand, frequently these are part of a larger palette of packaging colors: for example the diaper brand Huggies® has one consistent brand color across the different product variations, these product variations are informally known as Stock Keeping Units, or SKUs. After
tagging and organizing, the packages were sorted with the goal of the researchers better understanding what colors were common across all packages, as well as those colors that are used across the majority of the samples received.
The testing of color variation was performed using an X-Rite eXact™
SpectroDensitometer. All colors measured for each individual package were averaged to create the data point for each measured color on the package. These are compared to a brand standard, when available. If a brand standard were not available, the standard was set as average of all packages.Read More