That’s another year down and another year of blog posts. We thought to kick off the new year, we would create a list of our Top 5 most read blog posts. If you haven’t seen these yet, well then hopefully, you may be able to find something helpful in our collection of these tips and videos.
Our Top 5 most viewed blog posts are as follows – click the titles to read the full articles:
The art of folding paper…no, I’m not talking about origami, I’m talking about simple folds like half, letter and z-folds: folds that we deal with every time we open the mailbox, folds that you might need to do for yourself in low volumes (think Christmas letters/printing your own cards) or folds that you might need to offer to customers in high volumes. Paper folding equipment is one of our most popular product lines, so let’s break it down for you.
A common question that we frequently get asked is, “How do I use padding compound?” In this post, we’ll show you what’s needed to get started – and how to pad, with a padding press and without.
Recent changes in U.S. border policies require any U.S. citizen crossing into or returning from Canada or Mexico to have a valid passport, making this a perfect time to offer passport photos to your customers. Passport photo service is a quick and simple way to provide a basic, value-added service for any copy shop, printer or mailbox/shipping store. This equipment also works very well for creating company or school ID badges.
In the copying, printing & wide format industry, self-piercing grommets are used most often for vinyl banners and presentations or displays mounted to foam core boards.
Q: We purchase gallons of Red & White padding compound, but sometimes customers want different colors. Is there any way to color or tint the white padding compound to get Blue, Green or Orange padding compound?”
Be sure to also check out our previous post showing 2011’s most-viewed videos: Break Out The Popcorn: The Most Popular CFS Video Tips
Got a tip you’d like to see or a question for us? Please share in the comments below – we’d love to hear from you.