Increased automation, high-speed production, and application versatility are the key drivers behind the development of the next generation series of imagePRESS digital presses from Canon USA.
In an industry driven by print quality, speed, and application performance, printers who strategically select and optimize the substrates they use for digital inkjet and toner-based print production will find themselves at a distinct advantage in their markets.
One of the most exciting technologies in the commercial printing world took center stage on Wednesday, Oct. 28, as three printers shared their cut-sheet production inkjet success stories during a roundtable conversation as part of the PRINTING United Digital Experience.
Landa Digital Printing Founder Benny Landa and CEO Arik Gordon recently provided updates on the company's latest technology and discussed several press installations the company has completed at customer sites on multiple continents.
Faces Behind Masks, a nonprofit organization based in Israel, has debuted a platform to connect digital printing companies with hospitals to provide stickers with photos of medical professionals' faces to adhere to their PPE.
Xeikon hosted a press briefing on Monday, March 30, revealing the latest additions to its lineup of dry toner digital presses.
“Connected automation” is at the forefront of Komori’s latest developments in offset and digital printing, and was on display at a recent event in Yamagata, Japan.
What started as a shared vision two years ago emerged as a triumphant reality, as approximately 30,000 visitors — including hundreds of in-plants — flooded the halls of Dallas’s Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center for the debut edition of PRINTING United.
At a recent press briefing, Xeikon highlighted an in-plant success story by bringing in representatives from Carlson Laboratories, a producer of nutritional supplements, which brought label printing in-house when it installed a Xeikon 5000plus duplex system.
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With a renewed focus on technology and the industry’s future, NPES has rebranded as the Association for Print Technologies.
A year after Landa showcased its latest developments in Nanography at drupa 2016, the company has now launched its first beta site in Israel, with more presses to be delivered to sites in the United States and Europe.
Tostitos has developed an alcohol-sensing bag that flashes red or green, depending on if it detects alcohol on a consumer’s breath.
A week at drupa makes for an unforgettable experience. Here are 10 top memories from this year’s event.