Digital Printing-Wide Format - Roll to Roll
How one in-plant planted a seed for wide-format dreams three years ago and watched it blossom into a flourishing revenue stream.
Digital signage is no longer the new service on the block. In fact, according to a recent market research study published by MarketsandMarkets, the digital signage sector is expected to grow from $20.8 billion in 2019 to $29.6 billion by 2024, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.3%.
Beautifully printed wide-format graphics are just piles of substrate on the shop floor until they’re applied to walls, doors, windows, and other surfaces. Installing wide-format graphics can be one of the most sought-after services in-plants provide.
The Texart RT-640M simplifies dye-sublimation production for soft-signage with its direct-to-textile print option while maintaining the versatility of printing to transfer paper for creating sublimated apparel, décor, rigid signage, and hard goods.
Beyond supporting the World Bank’s mission of ending poverty, the Best of Show winning piece showed off the in-plant staff’s extraordinary attention to detail.
In-plants say wide-format printing is one of the most in-demand products they offer, with great profit margins and nearly limitless potential. So why do nearly 30% of in-plants still not offer this capability? I asked them.
While attending Canon’s Media & Analyst Event, Kris Tanner decided that the Océ Colorado 1640 was a must-have for Schneider Electric’s in-plant printing requirements for more efficiency and speed.
The Océ Colorado 1650 introduces Océ FLXfinish technology that enables both matte and gloss print finishes, a new ink, increased media and application versatility and a fully integrated double-sided printing feature.