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September 24, 2014
Mark MacKenzie, print system architect for HP's PageWide system, discusses the importance of ink at Hewlett-Packard.  Read More »
David Savastano, Editor
August 21, 2014
Editor Dave Savastano and Bill Cortelyou, Phoseon Technology's president and CEO, discuss the growth of the UV LED market.  Read More »
David Savastano, Editor
July 25, 2014
In this podcast, Ink World Editor Dave Savastano and George Fuchs of NAPIM discuss the upcoming NPIRI Technical Conference.  Read More »
David Savastano, Editor
July 17, 2014
Ink World editor Dave Savastano discusses the ink market with Charles Murray, president of Sun Chemical North American Inks.  Read More »
David Savastano, Editor
July 2, 2014
In this podcast, Kate Wall of SUNY ESF and Dan Montoney of Rapid Cure Technologies discuss the Radiation Curing Program.  Read More »
David Savastano, Editor
June 19, 2014
Ink World editor Dave Savastano discusses raw materials with Jan Paul van der Velde, senior VP, procurement at Flint Group  Read More »
David Savastano, Editor
April 15, 2014
In Ink World Magazine’s latest podcast, editor Dave Savastano discusses the mission and services that NAPIM provides its members with NAPIM Executive Director Brad Bergey.   Read More »
Ink World Podcast: NAPIM Executive Director Brad Bergey and Braden Sutphin CEO Jim Leitch
David Savastano, Editor
March 25, 2014
In Ink World Magazine’s latest podcast, editor Dave Savastano discusses NAPIM’s Annual State of the Industry Report with NAPIM Executive Director Brad Bergey and Braden Sutphin CEO Jim Leitch, who presented the findings during NAPIM’s 99th Annual Convention on Sunday, April 23.   Read More »
March 20, 2014
In Ink World Magazine’s first podcast, editor Dave Savastano and Dr. Mike Idacavage, VP of business development at PL Industries, a division of ESSTECH, and RadTech discuss the latest trends in radiation curing, as well as the upcoming RadTech 2014 conference in Chicago.   Read More »