graphic art


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the arts of drawing or painting or printmaking

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Alheid is the recipient of the Coating and Graphic Arts Division Technical Award.
The acquisition also includes select assets of Green Sheet Communications, including web registries, the "Official Industry Meeting Calendar (listing conferences, exhibitions and workshops for the graphic arts industry), and the Extended Service Program (a market-intelligence service).
He has been with the company more than 32 years and has been both a team leader and project leader in Rohm and Haas' paper business and a project leader in the graphic arts business, where he led the development of the Lucidene 4000 Plus series of neutral pH polymers.
I would be with those million other kids who are now wondering 'What am I gonna do next,' if I hadn't switched to the graphic arts class,'' Nedd said.
Related Cahners assets include Graphic Arts Monthly, Quick Print Products and Converting magazines.
Taking center stage at Graph Expo, the largest printing and graphic arts exhibition in North America, Xerox launched an online "Premier Partners" channel to funnel print jobs to qualified members on the Web; the Pixography Solution that produces color documents for walk-up users; and the DocuColor DI Series of digital offset color presses, the company's first foray into digital offset printing.
In the photographic laboratory segment of the graphic arts market, ENCAD has signed an OEM agreement with Durst Phototechnik AG of Italy, a worldwide leader in photo lab equipment.
Even though chlorinated materials perform this task the best, the suppliers of graphic arts maintenance materials are moving away from their use for reasons of industrial hygiene and environmental safety.
It is only fitting that my last message as Public Printer of the United States be to the readers of Graphic Arts Monthly, which I started reading 50 years ago when it was still in a digest format," James writes in the "60 Seconds" column of GAM's current (January) issue.
Since its inception, GAIN has become a vital industry link for both PIA/GATF members, as well as those seeking more information about the graphic arts industry.
He has been a member of numerous TAPPI committees and in 1998 chaired the Coating and Graphic Arts Division.
Cahners' Printing, Converting Group also publishes Graphic Arts Monthly, I/O, Converting, Quick Print Products and Graphic Arts Blue Books.
a major Japanese supplier of graphic arts pre-press equipment, where he was responsible for four subsidiary operations covering North and South America.
a graphic arts retailer based in the Washington, D.