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    Looking for OPS user

    Are you looking for a Black Ops PS3 Clan? Print on Demand
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    B2C web to print software?

    Hey help me i am looking for a web-to-print software that's primarily focused on allowing customers to design their own t-shirts, business cards. Print on Demand
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    Web to print software required...

    Hi I have been looking for some affordable or open source web to print software and I haven't had much luck. Print on Demand
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    Ricoh C901

    Does anyone have any comments on Ricoh and How's the service? Print on Demand
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    silica gel packets?

    Many of the things I buy contain little packets of crystals. Some of them actually say "Silica Gel" on them, but many are unlabeled. Print on Demand
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    Xeikon SOS!!!

    SOS Print & Media Group move into 2006 with a Xeikon 5000. Print on Demand
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    Color Management on HP Indigo 7000

    A breakthrough in high-volume digital production The HP Indigo 7000 Digital Press is a powerful engine for producing high-volume static. Print on Demand
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    creo vs fiery?

    Hi, I need a better rip for my Xerox 3535. Can anyone tell me what the best external rip for Xerox 3535. Print on Demand
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    Acrobat to Creo impositioning problem

    Is there some secret to printing out of Acrobat Pro and then imposing on the Creo? Seems to me we had a special method years ago when I was using a Creo on a Xerox, but can't remember what we did. Print on Demand
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    Hi I am a newbie here!

    I am a newbie here on the forum, I just came upon this site when I was looking some Digital Printing stuff for my next project. I just came upon this site when I was googling some printing advices. I have so many things to talk on printing and the prospect I find here to put across all that...

What's In Your Warehouse

What's In Your Warehouse? Are You Sure?
In an average week you process what, 50 jobs?100? 150? 200? Let’s say about half of each job hits the mail or goes out to the customer. The rest goes to shelves in your warehouse so it’s ready when the client needs it. Juggling all this—and making money from it— requires Link to Article

 
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