ROCHESTER, NY—Aug. 13—At Graph Expo, Kodak will engage printers in conversations about new applications and strategies for building stronger relationships with their customers. Visitors to Kodak’s booth will learn how Kodak’s solutions enable new services and efficiencies that can help them advance their business. Graph Expo takes place Sept. 9-12 at McCormick Place in Chicago.
Numerous product introductions and proven solutions in workflow, digital printing, ink-jet printing, thermal computer to plate (CTP), and color proofing technologies will be highlighted in Kodak’s booth. Kodak will feature innovative new solutions in commercial print, packaging, direct mail and TransPromo.
“At Graph Expo, we’ll illustrate how the various applications and technologies from throughout the booth can work together to provide unique and tangible business results for our customers,” said Kevin Joyce, Managing Director, United States and Canada Region, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group. “Print is changing how marketers and other end users communicate. This transformation presents an opportunity for our customers and we look forward to meeting with them in Chicago to discuss how Kodak’s technologies, products and solutions can be a part of their business growth.”
S3000 Press at Graph Expo
The Kodak Nexpress S3000 Digital Production Color Press is the new high end production press in the Nexpress platform. Kodak will demonstrate the Nexpress S3000 Press at Graph Expo.
The Nexpress S3000 digital production color press produces 3,000 A3 sheets per hour, or 100 A4 pages per minute, for the full range of supported substrate types (coated, uncoated, synthetics, standard offset paper, textured stocks and selected packaging board, labels and films) and weights (60-350 gsm). Maximum sheet capacity totals 11,000 with monthly print volumes of up to 2.2 million pages. The S3000 press combines speed, the unique operator replaceable component service model and an extensive online operator support system to provide unsurpassed cut sheet productivity to print providers.