A Note On The Conference…

When planning and implementing a conference, it makes everything worthwhile when your company receives a nice note from a participant.  But the best part is when they sum up the reasons why ReproMAX chooses to host these conferences. Bo Noles, President/CEO of Capital Imaging, and a member of the ReproMAX Board of Directors, sent … Continue reading

As Implied at Conference Last Week, HP Enters 3D Market

Just an hour ago, trade publications released the news of HP’s entry into the 3D printing market. Last week at our Fall Conference, speakers Juan Ignacio Calderon and Andrew Bolwell of HP suggested there would be a generational leap of 3D printing that would disrupt the current 3D market.   … Continue reading

ReproMAX Conference A Huge Success

“It’s just amazing the things we pick up here. Then we slowly implement them. Most importantly, the things we do implement are working.” Russ Blankenship, President, Reproductions ReproMAX held our 30th Annual Conference last week from Oct. 22 through Oct. 24.  A total of 80 Partners participated in the sessions on … Continue reading

An Intro to 3D at Rapids Repro Open House

  As a 3D Systems Authorized Dealer, Rapids Reproductions thought it was time the Cedar Rapids market became better acquainted with 3D printing, so they decided to have a two-day open house. But their open house had an educational component as well. According to Jerry Mohwinkle, President of Rapids Reproductions, … Continue reading

An Open House Success Story: 20/20 Results at SBR/Vision Graphics

When Guy Timothy, president of SBR/Vision Graphics was asked the question: why organize an open house, it all came down to a basic biology lesson: cross pollination. How does an open house relate to cross pollination? Simple. Guy decided the only way he could show what SBR/Vision Graphics is capable … Continue reading

Success Means Good Customer Service

…And Good Customer Service Means Success   Ask any print service provider, if your customer service is poor, your business will suffer. But take the advice of the professionals who serve Western Kentucky and West Tennessee—it pays to put the emphasis on service. According to an article in IRGA Today, … Continue reading