Kodak's Stream Ink-jet Technology Has a Buyer
A little over a year after Kodak demonstrated its Stream Concept Inkjet Press at Drupa last year, the first press has been sold. Webcrafters, a book printer headquartered in Madison, Wis., signed a letter of intent to purchase one of the ink-jet presses, which Kodak is now branding under the KODAK PROSPER name.
Webcrafters will use the PROSPER Press in its manufacturing of book products ranging from educational and college to trade books, catalogs, and atlases. Its clients include publishers The McGraw-Hill Companies, Pearson plc, and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.