Digital Printing-Toner - Cut Sheet (Color)
Dscoop Edge St. Louis 2023 featured educational sessions, innovative equipment demonstrations, takeaway strategies, and networking, all of which left attendees energized and geared toward success.
At the recent Association of College and University Printers (ACUP+) conference, IPI Editor Bob Neubauer talked with Ricoh's Debbie Pavletich about the conference and the services Ricoh provides for in-plants to help them optimize their operations.
At the recent Association of College and University Printers conference, IPI Editor Bob Neubauer caught up with Canon's Bob Barbera to get his observations about how in-plants can better grow their businesses.
Mesa Public Schools Printing & Design recently upgraded its operation with Canon imagePRESS C10010VP and C910 digital color presses, a Canon VarioPRINT 130, and flatbed and roll-fed wide-format printers. Supervisor Joseph Barz discusses the benefits of this new technology.
One key benefit of cut-sheet inkjet is flexibility. It enables the productivity needed to handle small and large runs. Users get the needed quality at any job run length, whereas toner technology has a finite capacity.
When Joseph Barz stepped into his new job as supervisor of Printing & Design at Mesa Public Schools 15 months ago, he took a close look at the work being produced by the seven-employee in-plant, noted the dwindling demand for some of it, and decided to revamp.
Xerox showed both cut-sheet inkjet and toner devices at Hunkeler Innovationdays as part of its "Better Together" approach to production printing. IPI's Bob Neubauer talked with Andrew Gunn about these presses and other new offerings on display at the show.
Join us as we hear from print service providers on why inkjet printing plays a vital role in their overall business strategy.
IPI Editor Bob Neubauer paid a visit to Bloomberg Ink Print Services to talk with John Cruser about the in-plant’s mission, its shift away from offset, its focus on top quality work, and its emphasis on excellent customer service.
After eight years as a Xerox user, Tacoma Public Schools Printing & Graphics has switched to Ricoh. In June, the Tacoma, Washington, operation installed a Ricoh Pro C7210 to replace its Xerox Versant 80.