Digital Printing-Production Inkjet - Continuous Feed (Color)
When Canon's annual inkjet user conference starts Monday in Boca Raton, Fla., a number of in-plant managers will be featured as speakers, sharing their inkjet experiences.
We asked in-plants which new products and services would be fueling their growth over the next few years. The responses were surprising.
A modular, single-pass print solution, DuraFlex combines Memjet's signature features of speed, simplicity, and affordability, with an added durability, A4 and A3 widths in a four-color printhead, and high-speed data paths. This technology is a low-risk way for print customers to move to inkjet or add new solutions.
What had been a smaller, focused event for Ricoh's continuous-feed inkjet press user base, INTERACT 2019 marked the second year that the user conference was expanded to include Ricoh cut-sheet digital toner, wide-format printing, and software customers.
Back in 2014 when the State of Colorado's in-plant installed one of the first inkjet presses, the technology was not yet as proven as it is today. What convinced State Printer Mike Lincoln that inkjet was the right direction for his operation to go?
What is becoming clearer is that the old ways of doing business are becoming less and less tenable.
Much has changed since the first Inkjet Summit in 2013. Inkjet technology has not only proven itself, it’s becoming more mainstream, so the opportunity to use inkjet to get ahead of the competition is fading fast.