The joint KBA/Xerox hybrid press development is a great example of how the traditional analog, digital press worlds are converging.
With over 1,800 exhibitors filling 19 halls, technologies previewed at drupa 2016 will shape the printing industry for years to come.
Johnson & Quin’s Andrew Henkel reveals his direct mail shop’s success with its Screen Truepress Jet520ZZ continuous-feed inkjet press.
Canon Solutions America’s Francis McMahon and Tonya Powers on page growth, industry education, thINK user group and drupa new products.
Steve Welkley, VP, Production Inkjet Sales, at Xerox Corp., discusses some new digital inkjet products visitors will see at drupa 2016.
At the Inkjet Summit 2016, Lance Martin, director of sales at MBO America, discusses how the company has rebranded itself.
Mike Herold, Ricoh’s director of global marketing, Production Inkjet Technologies, discusses the company’s market share leadership.
Cathy Cartolano discusses Mitsubishi Imaging’s wide gamut of high-quality paper offerings for production inkjet printing applications.
Editor-in-Chief Mark Michelson takes a trip down memory lane relating days of drupa past.
RR Donnelley announced earlier this week that it will be closing the commercial printing plant, which employs 113 workers, in August.
Growing at a 27% compound annual page growth rate, Marco Boer reveals how production inkjet is a disruptive, game-changing technology.
Local tax incentive enables Modern Litho to buy 10-color Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 106 perfector with two coaters, create 50 new jobs.
In five years, CEO Jean Paul Nataf has turned Boss Litho into a $20M commercial, packaging and dye sublimation printing success story.
HP introduced eight new digital presses during a pre-drupa press and analyst event in Kiryat Gat, Israel.
Process automation and dashboard adoption hold the keys to higher productivity and, ultimately, profitability.