Digital Printing-Production Inkjet - Cut Sheet
The nanographic press replaces an eight-color offset press to meet the publisher’s need for high-quality book covers on a range of substrate choices.
University of Minnesota Printing Services joins the growing list of higher-ed in-plants that have installed a production inkjet press.
Landa Digital Printing will be opening an ink plant in the Midwestern U.S. to manufacture the company's water-based Landa NanoInk.
The U.S. Government Publishing Office has evolved from a traditional printing operation to a multifaceted information dissemination organization that embraces telework, inkjet printing, and digital publishing.
For the in-plant at Oregon State University, the switch to production inkjet was an easy choice. The shop’s new Konica Minolta AccurioJet KM-1 will bring more work in-house, enabling the in-plant to better control turnaround time, quality, and cost.
Having the right tools to meet your needs is paramount. That’s why the in-plant at Georgia State University recently installed a Canon imagePRESS V1000 and imagePRESS V900, and the results have been favorable.
During PRINTING United Expo, IPI’s Bob Neubauer sat down with Frank Oliver, print supervisor at DCMO BOCES, for a friendly conversation about his in-plant, which recently added an inkjet press and prints student curriculum materials, newsletters, and even hard cover yearbooks. He was there looking at production color equipment and small-format flatbed printers.
Which digital printing solution is right for your printing business is an easy question to ask and a difficult question to answer. Cost, capability, and customer needs are all key factors to consider.