Digital Printing-Production Inkjet - Cut Sheet
It has been an interesting 16 months for Access Direct Systems, a company that has traditionally made conservative, measured decisions in mapping out its game plan. But its desire to remain a flexible, focused partner for its mailing clients is what led it to make an unprecedented, production inkjet-related initiative.
Inkjet adoption has primarily centered around continuous-feed inkjet press installations for high-speed, high-volume applications—but the long-announced wave of cut-sheet inkjet printers starting to enter the marketplace will also become game-changers for more mainstream sheetfed offset and cut-sheet toner digital shops.
These are good days for the production inkjet printing business, for both users of the technology, as well as its related equipment and supplies manufacturers. Everyone is growing, everyone seems to be making money and promises of technology advancement are being delivered upon.
Olmedo Printing, based in Miami, recently purchased an Impressia Digital Multi-Media Press.
In May, IWCO Direct will house the first installation of the Océ VarioPrint i300 and Océ ImageStream 3500 from Canon Solutions America.
Canon Solutions America executives painted a positive picture of continued growth during an event held here last month marking Canon Solutions America's second anniversary as as wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A.
The Océ VarioPrint i300, from Canon Solutions America’s portfolio, has been shipped to four customer sites in the U.S.
A new Website from Fujifilm provides printers with information on how digital inkjet printing can assist with growing a business.
Kodak’s Prosper IOS Offline Coating Solution produces optimally-coated inkjet paper for use with Kodak Prosper Presses.
Canon U.S.A. has introduced the Océ VarioPrint i300, formerly known as Project Niagara, the first high-speed, sheetfed inkjet press in the company’s portfolio of production print solutions.