Eight Print Sample Videos from GRAPH EXPO 15
October 5, 2015 at 12:11 pm

InfoTrends' Group Director Jim Hamilton shares eight short videos (each is between two and five minutes long) that highlight some interesting print samples from GRAPH EXPO 15 in Chicago.

Trend Offset Printing to Install First Océ ImageStream 2400 Inkjet Press in U.S.
October 5, 2015 at 11:34 am

With the ability to run print jobs at 525 feet per minute at 1,200 dpi, the Océ ImageStream 2400 inkjet press will provide Trend Offset Printing (Trend) with the speed it needs for its evolving customer output. "The Océ ImageStream 2400 will give Trend Offset Printing the productivity to bring four-color personalized printing to the mainstream client. We are very excited at Trend to see where our clients will go with this new technology," said Aaron Day, CEO of Trend Offset Printing.

The Week That Was With Julie G (09/28/2015)
October 2, 2015 at 2:56 pm

This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news from the Production Inkjet Luncheon at GRAPH EXPO 15, along with news from HP, International Print Day 2015, Epson, Heidelberg, Anstadt Communications and Konica Minolta.

Luncheon Ponders Next Generation of Production Inkjet (Includes Video)
September 30, 2015 at 2:38 pm

The next eight years could represent a highly transformative period for production inkjet printing. That was the message Marco Boer, vice president at Hanover, Massachusetts-based I.T. Strategies, delivered during the Production Inkjet Luncheon Sept. 14 during GRAPH EXPO 15 in Chicago.

Highlights from Printing Impressions Production Inkjet Luncheon at GRAPH EXPO
September 29, 2015 at 1:35 pm

The Production Inkjet Luncheon, held during GRAPH EXPO 15, and presented by Printing Impressions magazine and sponsored by Ricoh, Tecnau and Mitsubishi Imaging, provided attendees with a "State of the Production Inkjet Market" overview. Marco Boer, vice president at Hanover, Massachusetts-based I.T. Strategies and an inkjet evangelist, noted that users are improving full leverage of inkjet technology capabilities, and new applications continue to be a key to success. The panelists that joined in on the discussion were Jim Renella, senior vice president of quality operations at Diamond Marketing Solutions; Nate Milliken, vice president of Epsilon; and Frank Horning, vice president of operations for Liturgical Publications.