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While Kodak may never operate on the grand scale it once did, James V. Continenza, executive chairman, has a plan under the new "One Kodak" model for lifting the company to leadership in digital printing, doing away with old division structures and upgrading its digital capacity to restore the company's reputation.
HP’s Indigo 12000 HD system is increasingly being used for applications such as professional and wedding photo prints. The system’s high-definition writing head doubles print resolution and outperforms the quality of most offset printing. PRINTING United Booth 6407.
Last week in Little Rock, Ark., the in-plant at the Division of Department of Work Force Services was the site of a Mark Andy training program for DI press users. The in-plant installed a certified pre-owned Presstek 34DI-X almost a year ago.
Palm Beach County’s Graphics Division swapped its Canon imagePRESS C7010VP for a Presstek 52DI digital offset press.
Mercury Print Productions, Rochester, NY, will be taking delivery of the first B1-format Landa S10P nanographic digital press in the U.S. on Nov. 10, with plans to having the perfecting press up and running in about one month.
A Texas Water Utility In-plant has installed a certified pre-owned Presstek 34DI direct imaging offset press. The decision to get the press came after the Communications department decided to redesign its two-color monthly customer newsletter as a four-color publication.
Kodak is, acknowledges James V. Continenza, its executive chairman, a company that has “lost our way.” His mission is to put Kodak back on the path it used to follow as the printing industry’s preeminent supplier of consumables and graphic reproduction technologies. After many painful years of contraction, bankruptcy, and reorganization, Kodak will likely never […]
To capture more four-color recruitment work, Valdosta State University Printing and Copying Services installed a four-color press.