Digital Printing-Production Inkjet - Continuous Feed (Color)
On this episode of The Week that Was, Andy Paparozzi highlights trends in the commercial printing industry and 2021 expectations; Esko announces plans to sell its Kongsberg business; PostcardMania's Joy Gendusa talks about how her company has navigated the pandemic; and the ninth annual Inkjet Summit was announced.
A NAPCO Research report highlights the current state of continuous-feed inkjet pres capabilities, application opportunities, and more.
On this episode of The Week that Was, private equity firm Atlas Holdings completed its acquisition of LSC Communications; RRD released a COVID-19 vaccination distribution toolkit; Arandell Holdings finalized an agreement to sell its assets; and learn why DS Graphics/Universal Wilde invested in a Canon ProStream 1800.
Johnson & Quin is now using three SCREEN continuous-feed inkjet presses coupled with a pair of MBO modular near-line finishing systems.
Chris Wells discusses why his company invested in a Canon ProStream 1800 continuous-feed color inkjet printing press for its new plant.
Kevin McVea, a 30-year printing industry veteran, died on Nov. 24 at age 59. He formerly worked at SCI and HudsonYards, among others.
Tidewater Direct has doubled down on its inkjet strategy with the purchase of a Screen 520NX inkjet press, installed in September.
Over the last few years, new continuous-feed inkjet presses have expanded their capabilities to printing on standard offset coated text and cover stocks, as well as improving image quality through higher image resolution, variable-drop application, and improved halftone rendering.
They work in harmony within a printing operation to meet clients’ run length, personalization, quality, and turnaround requirements.