Digital Printing-Wide Format - Flatbed
As a printing segment, wide-format is mature. While the technologies continue to be refined, and the materials get upgraded, the core concept remains unchanged. As the points of differentiation that were once critical selling points lose their punch, what can wide-format producers do to differentiate their businesses?
At one time, the only consideration when looking at digital printing with water-based inks was whether it was dye- or pigment-based. Fast forward to today and the choices are much broader and diverse.
Canon U.S.A. launched the new Arizona 135 GT UV flatbed printer. Designed for productivity and versatility, it produces exceptional image quality due to its VariaDot grayscale printing technology, which uses advanced drop size selection techniques to deliver photo-realistic images.
As the attendees of the ninth annual Inkjet Summit are winding down their program’s final day at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines on July 28, attendees of the Wide-format Summit will be commencing the first day of theirs in the same elegant location.
The sign shop at the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Bureau of Publications has seen revenue growth of nearly 70% since 2017. During the In-plant Printing and Mailing Association’s Virtual Conference, Director Marcie Carr detailed the tremendous success of the operation.
When one of your services increases at a rate of up to 500% over the course of three to four years, it only makes sense to invest in a device that will reduce turnaround time, increase productivity, and eliminate workarounds, as was the case for the Boys Town Print Shop.
FUJIFILM North American Corp., Graphic Systems Division announced the newly designed Acuity Prime flatbed printer.
As director of Purchasing, Mail and Printing Solutions at Franklin University, Bob Donahue gets a look at the work procured outside.