Konica Minolta has released information on a new generation of print heads aimed at the evolving graphic arts, industrial, and functional printing markets. Konica Minolta is manufacturing these print heads using Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) fabrication. The high precision print head is capable of jetting a range of inks and functional materials such as resins. These new capabilities will enable innovative new products in a range of industries.
The 2015 Inkjet Summit in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, was a major success for both sponsors and attendees.
A mortgage solutions company has leveraged Ricoh’s inkjet technology to better streamline the printing of millions of documents daily.
Fujifilm North America, Graphic Systems Division, recently hosted a Technology Summit at its Chicago Technology Center.
Prime Data in Ontario, Canada, is the first Canadian printer to install an elan 500 printing solution.
Programs like Canon Solutions America’s Future Authors Project has given students who love to write a unique chance to flourish.
This week Julie Greenbaum highlights IWCO Direct's unveiling of the nation's first Canon Océ VarioPrint i300 cutsheet and Océ ImageStream 3500 continuous-feed inkjet presses during Canon Solutions America’s "Future of Inkjet" Customer Event held at IWCO Direct's facility in Chanhassen, Minnesota. Editorial Director Mark Michelson had the opportunity to attend the event, and to speak one-on-one with Dave Johannes, IWCO Direct senior vice president of operations, in a video interview. Other industry news highlighted this week is from Taylor Corporation and Standard Register, Memjet, ABS Graphics, MGI and Konica Minolta.
After six months of production on the Screen Truepress Jet520ZZ, Johnson & Quin Inc. reports positive feedback from clients.
IWCO Direct is the first U.S. company to install the new Océ VarioPrint i300 and Océ ImageStream 3500 inkjet technologies. The two products were unveiled for the very first time during Canon Solutions America’s Future of Inkjet Customer Event held in Minnesota yesterday. Printing Impressions had an opportunity to attend the open house.