Digital Printing-Production Inkjet - Continuous Feed (Color)
The first major industry conference since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic will start on Monday in Austin, Texas, when hundreds of printing executives, in-plant managers, and suppliers gather for the Ninth Annual Inkjet Summit.
After installing a Truepress Jet L350UV+LM inkjet press last year, FastCap LLC is producing jobs in seven minutes that used to take eight hours.
The speed, quality, and reliability of inkjet technology have improved remarkably in the past few years. Inkjet installations are on the rise, particularly in three key segments: government, K-12, and health care. We talked with in-plants in each to learn why inkjet works for them.
As part of its “digital revolution,” the Progressive Group of Insurance Companies has installed four inkjet presses in its two in-plant operations in Cleveland and Colorado Springs.
With production inkjet equipment, experts say, “you can make more money than you are making with whatever you are printing on today.” Four senior industry analysts discuss why they think inkjet is well-positioned to lead the recovery.
With the variety of inkjet options now available, smaller-volume in-plants are now considering inkjet presses. Here are some factors to consider when contemplating inkjet for your operation.
Despite market uncertainty in 2020, Canon customers showed enthusiasm following the launch of the varioPRINT iX-series, which has proven to be a popular option due to its offset-like quality and reliable throughput.