Eastman Kodak Co.
Ipex will be an interesting show. I'm headed across the pond with a focus on the big inkjet boxes that some claim will ultimately replace offset, and looking closely at some of the new developments in toner-based machines.
I would like to share with you what attracted me to the printing industry, how I became involved in it, and what my current views of it are.
This video offers an overview and presentation excerpts from the recent "Print Delivers" event in Minneapolis.
Kodak Stream Inkjet Technology is capable of producing offset class output in terms of reliability, productivity, total cost of ownership and image quality, offering enormous potential for the future of digital printing.
Bill Bachman, VP of Cohber Press, a Kodak customer speaks about the benefits of using KODAK Dimensional Print. Dimensional can be used as a value-added tool for selling purposes, and has ease of use for working with an in-house design team. With many types of Dimensional print available, such as business cards, sell sheets, self-mailers and posters, printers can offer their clients a variety of options.
The printing industry is one of the largest manufacturing industries in the world, offering a wide variety of exciting employment and career opportunities.
A recap of Kodak executive presentations to the press on June 16, 2009. Chris Payne, Kevin Joyce and Jon Bracken provide a preview of what we will see at PRINT 09