Digital Printing-Production Inkjet - Continuous Feed (Mono)
On March 20, the Book Industry Guild of New York (BIGNY) got straight talk on the state of printing technologies from three printers.
It may not be new anymore, but production inkjet printing is still the talk of the industry.
Regardless of breakthroughs in output quality, inks and pre-coat fluids, the fundamental overarching problem of a lack of qualified labor is what will drive commercial printers to embrace production inkjet technology.
SGIA commissioned NAPCO Research to develop a study to know more about how production inkjet technologies impact print businesses.
Attendees will gain an understanding of how their commercial and in-plant colleagues are adopting production inkjet technology.
This week, Julie Greenbaum highlights news about LSC acquiring The Clark Group, Kingery Printing acquiring United Graphics, Jason Lambert and Steve McKillip Jr. joining forces to acquire USA/Docufinish, and One of a Kind Prints merging its operations into USA/Docufinish’s Yorkville, Ill. plant. Also highlighted is news about Dan Singleton being appointed as COO for Harland Clarke Holdings, Jana Schmidt being named president of Harland Clarke, news about Printing Impressions and its sister brands Publishing Executive and Book Business hosting the first ever DigiPub Conference, and more.
The DigiPub Conference sought to dispel myths about the decline of print while emphasizing how well matched with digital it can be.
It nearly doubled its production inkjet direct salesforce, created a Dealer Advisory Council and is expanding its consulting business.
Andrew Gordon has joined Inkjet Insight to accelerate the adoption of inkjet printing technology through the company’s online platform.