Fun? We have your damn fun. Lucky 13 Bash coming at you.

In a post on some forum on the internet this week somebody was saying that our industry, in particular our trade shows, are not fun. Fair enough.  Sometimes these things have been boring. We at the Ink Kitchen have been working the past few years to shake it up. I think we fell from lofty heights in the heyday of the business where Newman Roller
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Reflections at the End of the Trade Show Season – Part 1

A few refections as the busy trade show season is mostly over. I think the biggest trends of the past ten years have been digital printing and environmental concerns. Developments in the environmental realm have slowed but still do continue and will not stop, we have to find increasingly safe and sustainable ways to do our work . Digital printing continues to innovate and grow.
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Domingo Gigante–Un cubo de emulsión que es un poco como una tetera?

Un cubo de emulsión que es un poco como una tetera? Hey, a veces me gustan las pequeñas innovaciones mejor que las grandes. Se puede verter la emulsión mejor – más suavemente, con menos lío, y usted también puede hacerlo con una sola mano. Tener el cubo cerca de la torre de laca cuchara y verter lentamente y suavemente hará menos burbujas y por lo
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Tea Time?

An emulsion bucket that is a bit like a teapot? Hey, I sometimes like the little innovations better than the big ones. You can pour the emulsion better–more smoothly, with less mess, and you can also do it with only one hand. Having the bucket close to the scoop coater and pouring it slowly and smoothly will make less bubbles and thereby have it settle
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