"2006 Guide to Digital Imaging" Launching at SGIA '05

Fairfax, Virginia ˜ SGIA/DPI invites SGIA '05 attendees to the Association's booth (Booth 1601) at 10:00 am, Wednesday, September 28, for a free cup of coffee and the launch of the "2006 Guide to Digital Imaging: A Useful Guide to the Markets Served, Materials Used and Equipment Utilized in the Digital Imaging Industry." SGIA '05 takes place at New Orleans' Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, September 28ˆOctober 1.

The new edition of the popular guide updates and expands the information included in the 2005 edition ˜ and is essential for everyone who wants to make the most of their time on the massive SGIA '05 show floor. Features include a fully updated list of wide-format output devices, new information on the size of the industry and its most profitable markets, and a new chapter outlining critical considerations for new equipment purchases. The DPI staff has also added information on digital garment printing and updated the glossary.

"For people in the market to compare or purchase a digital output device ˜ especially at SGIA '05 ˜ it's an invaluable reference. But it's more than that. The Guide has multiple purposes and covers everything a digital imaging novice, veteran or client needs to know about this expansive production environment," says Dan Marx, DPI's Director of Communication & Services Development.

"The Guide provides a snapshot of the industry, its common terms and technologies, which are essential for laypeople and anyone new to digital imaging. Plus, it's key to a deeper understanding of methods, markets and equipment choices for the current user."
SGIA corporate members will receive a copy of The 2006 DPI Guide to Digital Imaging when they join the Association or renew their corporate membership. Copies will also be available at the SGIA booth at SGIA '05 (Booth 1601) for $16.95 ($24.95 non-members).
SGIA ˜ Supporting the Leaders of the Digital & Screen Printing Community

"Specialty imaging" comprises digital imaging, screen printing and the many other imaging technologies SGIA members use, including those they'll tap in the future. These are the imaging processes and technologies employed to create new products and to enhance existing products including point-of-purchase displays, signs, advertisements, garments, containers, and vehicles. To make the most of your specialty imaging business, take full advantage of the information on SGIA.org, and experience the specialty graphic imaging industry first-hand at SGIA'05 (September 28ˆOctober 1, New Orleans, Louisiana).

Posted: Thu - July 14, 2005 at 04:06 PM