Digital Printing-Production Inkjet - Continuous Feed (Color)
A NAPCO Research report, Delivering New Levels of Value with Continuous-Feed Inkjet Printing, highlights the current state of technology capabilities, application opportunities, print customer demands, and investment considerations for print service providers and in-plants.
Over the last few years, new continuous-feed inkjet presses have expanded their capabilities to printing on standard offset coated text and cover stocks, as well as improving image quality through higher image resolution, variable-drop application, and improved halftone rendering.
When production inkjet presses first came on the scene, they were large, expensive and out of the league of most in-plants. But as attendees of the recent In-plant Forum learned during a panel discussion with three in-plant managers who use inkjet, much has changed since those early days.
On Wednesday, the focus of the PRINTING United Digital Experience turned to digital inkjet printing, and two panel discussions with inkjet users focused on how the technology has positively impacted their businesses.
This morning, Marco Boer kicked off the third day of the PRINTING United Digital Experience with a sobering examination of print market trends and how they have been impacted by COVID-19.
The highly anticipated Commercial - Digital Inkjet Day features new product demonstrations from Canon, FUJIFILM, HP, Kodak, Ricoh, Standard Finishing, and more.
Learn practical information about operating cost, anticipated ROI, ancillary systems, and more.
This revealing webinar lays out the power of direct mail when printed on a continuous web inkjet press.