Delphax Technologies has entered into a seven-year agreement with Weihai Printing Machinery Co. LTD.
Memjet is featuring certified partners' demos of the latest printing solutions, including Memjet-powered industrial, commercial and office products at its stand in Hall 5, E28. Memjet and its partners will also be celebrating these announcements at the Memjet press cocktails on May 4 from 4:30 p.m.-6:00 p.m. on the observation deck of the Memjet stand.
Delphax Technologies, a global provider of high-speed digital printing equipment, announced it will introduce its new elan digital color print system at drupa 2012. The system, which combines major advances in inkjet and paper-handling technologies, will be showcased in Hall 8b, stand C10 with demonstrations of the elan 500 powered by Memjet.
Delphax Technologies will introduce its new elan series digital color print systems powered by Memjet technologies at the Drupa 2012. elan brings to the commercial/industrial printing market a transformational advance in imaging technology in a robust sheet-fed print system offering production speeds up to 500 impressions per minute in full color and 1,600-dpi print quality on a wide range of substrates and sheet sizes.
Delphax plans to make a product introduction at Drupa 2012 in Dusseldorf, Germany. “Memjet has created a print head (inkjet) that represents an entirely new category of digital print technology—a major step forward in speed and economy of high-quality color production,” said Dieter Schilling, Delphax president and CEO.
MINNEAPOLIS—Sept. 24—Delphax Technologies Inc., a global provider of high-speed digital printing systems, announced today that it will demonstrate an in-line perfect bound book production system featuring the Delphax CR2200 at MBO Open House Innovation Days Nov. 7-9 in Westampton, N.J. The Delphax CR2200 is the fastest monochrome toner-based digital print system in the world, operating at 500 feet per minute. Advantages of the CR2200 press include improved cycle times, higher productivity and reduced labor. These and other advantages provide lower overall production costs and increased throughput capabilities. The range of production capability also allows CR2200 Book Solution customers to increase the amount of short
MINNEAPOLIS—Sept. 28, 2006—Delphax Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: DLPX), announced today that it is reducing its workforce by approximately 15 percent, or 52 positions, as part of its adjustment to lower- than-expected fiscal 2006 sales. As previously announced, net sales declined by 5 percent in the first nine months of fiscal 2006 compared with the same period in fiscal 2005, and 14 percent in the third quarter of fiscal 2006 compared with the third quarter of fiscal 2005. The workforce reduction touches all areas of the company, but is primarily focused on engineering and manufacturing personnel. The company expects that the workforce reduction will result in
MINNEAPOLIS—Delphax Technologies has named Dieter Schilling, a 20-plus year veteran of the company, its president and CEO. The board of directors also elected Kenneth Overstreet as its chairman.Schilling succeeds Jay Herman, who is leaving the company by mutual agreement with the board. Herman was appointed president in 1989 and could be available to Delphax on…
BY MARK SMITH Technology Editor Scientists have challenged its veracity, but the "boiling frog" legend endures. Here's a short version: Drop a frog into a pot of boiling water and it will immediately jump up. Place a frog into a pot of temperate water, then slowly turn up the heat, and it will stay in the pot until it is overcome. Admittedly, the dire consequences of this cautionary tale are overblown when it's applied to the current status of digital printing. Nonetheless, it does give one a visceral sense for how the slow pace of a change can mask its magnitude over time
On Demand Closes Doors on Its New York City Run NEW YORK—Two surprises awaited exhibitors and attendees at the recent 2004 On Demand Conference & Exposition. Unfortunately, they both related to the event itself. On the first day, word spread of a change in location and timing for the next installment of the industry forum, which is scheduled to be held May 17-19, 2005, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in the heart of Philadelphia. There was no formal announcement, so most exhibitors first learned of the move when they were approached about reserving a booth for the 2005 show. The second surprise awaited attendees