Posted by Jen Mitchell

Nov 23, 2015 2:40:06 PM

As one of the most recognized commercial printers in the mid-west, HardingPoorman does much more than print paper or apply ink to plastic or any other material a client might request.  HardingPoorman has found ways to print indelible messages that matter on the hearts of those involved with causes that are aligned with it's core values and Riley Hospital for Children is a company-wide soft spot.

The Annual HOPE HAPPENS HERE luncheon presented by the Riley Children's Foundation, was held Novemeber 13, 2015 at the Marriott, Indianapolis, Indiana as Riley Children's Hospital celebration of hope and life. 


As a sponsor of the HOPE HAPPENS HERE luncheon, HardingPoorman printed HOPE IN COLOR 2016 calendars as a fundraiser.  All luncheon attendees also received a calendar for their support throughout the year.


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Topics: Community, Events, group01

What is fulfillment and how it saves money

Posted by Mindy Wheeler

Jun 22, 2015 9:55:00 AM


A basic definition of fulfillment is to pull together all the required pieces of an order and deliver them to the intended recipient in the promised time line.  If you really dive deeper into the definition you will learn that there are many aspects of fulfillment such as printing, organizing, stocking, hand-assembling, matching invitees and product numbers, receiving orders, overnight shipping… and the list goes on and on.

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Topics: Fulfillment, Cost Savings, group01

UV Printing vs Conventional Printing

Posted by Mindy Wheeler

Jun 15, 2015 4:17:00 PM

UV Printing was almost unheard of until recently.  So what's the difference between UV and Conventional printing, you ask.
The printing process is almost exactly the same for both conventional and UV printing; the difference comes in the inks and the drying process associated with those inks.

Conventional offset printing uses solvent inks – which are not the greenest option – because they evaporate into the air, releasing VOC's.  They often require additional spray powders to aid in drying.  Because they are absorbed into the paper, colors can become diluted and less bright. Depending on the papers character and weight, drying can add days to each job. Conventional inks must be absorbed by the substrate they are printed on therefore, you can not use them on materials like plastic, foil, or acrylics.

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Topics: UV Printing, commercial printing, group01

HardingPoorman wins Gutenberg Award for Indianapolis Colts Media Guide

Posted by Mindy Wheeler

Jun 9, 2015 3:56:00 PM

We are excited to share that HardingPoorman has been awarded the 2015 Best of Category Gutenberg Award for the printing of the 2014 Indianapolis Colts Media Guide.  

The Gutenberg is given by the Great Lakes Graphics Association (GLGA). Each year, GLGA hosts a printing competition where the best of the best pieces are hand selected and judged on the basis of technical quality and print execution. More than 1,000 entries were judged in this years competition and only the truly exquisite pieces were honored.

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Topics: Design, Specialty Printing, group01

Mailing Guidelines 101

Posted by Mindy Wheeler

May 18, 2015 10:37:13 AM

Sizing Guidelines:

  • Mail piece min size: 5” wide x 3 1/2” high x 0.007” thick
  • Postcard max size: 6” wide x 4 1/4” high x 0.016” thick Letter max size: 11 1/2” wide x 6 1/8” high x 0.25” thick
  • Flat min size: 6” wide x 5” high x 0.009” thick
  • Flat max size: 12” wide x 15” high x 0.75” thick

Note: A mail piece must exceed at least one of the maximum letter dimensions to be categorized as a flat. If the mail piece does not exceed the letter requirements, it must be tabbed and mailed as a letter.

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Topics: Mail standards, Direct mail, group01

Make images jump off the page with 3D UV Printing

Posted by Mindy Wheeler

Mar 30, 2015 11:07:00 AM

You’ve probably heard of 3D printing. You’ve probably heard of UV printing.

But have you heard of 3D UV printing?

These days it’s incredibly hard to grab attention with your print media. The trend is to print shorter runs that are laser focused to your targeted audience. To do so, the printed piece must be that much more impactful. 3D UV offers that impact and is surprisingly affordable, especially on short runs.
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Topics: Design, Finishing Techniques, Specialty Printing, UV Printing, group01

MEET THE TEAM – John Wheeler

Posted by Mindy Wheeler

Mar 12, 2015 9:00:00 AM

This is John.

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Topics: Meet the Team, Digital Media, video production, group01

The video production studio is in full force

Posted by Mindy Wheeler

Mar 9, 2015 4:22:37 PM

HardingPoorman recently launched our Digital Media Division and put the finishing touches on our video production studio.  

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Topics: Digital Media, video production, group01

Video Production for Healthcare - Cancer Support Community

Posted by Mindy Wheeler

Feb 24, 2015 11:38:38 AM

Video is a great tool as it is a very personalized and honest way to bring communication to life. The below video does just that.  It will be used to create awareness of the services and offerings of Cancer Support Community but instead of these services being bullet points in a brochure they are being shared as personal stories and experiences.

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Topics: Digital Media, video production, group01

What are the different fulfillment services offered?

Posted by Mindy Wheeler

Feb 16, 2015 12:00:00 PM

Printing, organizing, stocking, hand-assembling, matching invitees and product numbers, receiving orders, overnight shipping… and the list goes on and on.

HardingPoorman offers each of the above fulfillment services and any many others you might require. We handle all this IN-HOUSE in our Fulfillment Department.

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Topics: Fulfillment, group01

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