Digital Printing-Wide Format - Roll to Roll
The eight-color inkjet press develops CMYK, light black, red, green, and orange, for vibrant prints and effective color reproduction.
Harvey Meister, of Bloomington, Ill.-based GDS/BranDecor, is thrilled with his Océ Colorado wide-printer from Canon Solutions America.
Toronto-based Imaging Advertising Creations (IAC) installed the 17-ft. dye-sublimation printer to expand its market
Mike Speeney, co-owner of Limitless Walls in King, N.C., uses an Océ Colorado 1640 wide-format printer from Canon Solutions America.
With the expansion of wide-format printing, companies like Kennickell Group are able to offer a variety of wide-format options.
Jeremy Conner, owner of Who Did That Inc., and Chad Huhman, owner of CNJ Signs and Wraps, are on deck to judge the competition.
Investing in two more Durst Alpha 330 Series 5 with pigment, Spoonflower is leading the charge in digital textile printing technology.
Digital Signage sector is expected to grow from $20.8 billion in 2019 to $29.6 billion by 2024, at a CAGR of 7.3%.
With the wide-format roll-to-roll latex printer, GAM can now produce a broader range of output and drive greater productivity.
Kornit is launching Kornit Konnect, a cloud-based software analytics platform, and Kornit Presto, a direct-to-fabric printing system.