Over the last few years, new continuous-feed inkjet presses have expanded their capabilities to printing on standard offset coated text and cover stocks, as well as improving image quality through higher image resolution, variable-drop application, and improved halftone rendering.
Automating print production workflows offers printing companies many tangible benefits that influence productivity and profitability.
Workflow automation is based on the idea that every step in a printing a job can be digitally linked to other steps, creating a chain of programmed events that keep the job moving continuously ahead toward completion. Ideally, this chain of events extends all the way from order intake to delivery of the finished product, generating streams of data that track the job, monitor its costs, and yield insights into making the production of subsequent jobs even more efficient.
The new HP PageWide C500 press will operate at Sustainable Printing, a new Jackson Paper digital printing arm, located in Georgia.
Georgia-Pacific announced the expansion of its Hummingbird digital print solutions with a 110˝ HP PageWide T1190 press.
Indigo was at the forefront of the digital print industry from the early1990’s, a position that was enhanced with HP’s acquisition in 2001/2002. Today, HP Indigo has invested billions of dollars to continue to lead and innovate in this market, with a lineup of HP Indigo presses to fit any need. Watch as HP highlights its Indigo lineup here.
Originally planned to make its debut at drupa 2020, get a first look at the the new flagship 22″ continuous inkjet HP PageWide T250 HD. The new press features HP Brilliant Ink and expanded media versatility for high-volume commercial, publishing, transaction, and direct mail applications. Access the video demonstration here.
As World Bank looked to increase awareness and ensure the best operational printing costs, it was a not hard to see how the HP PageWide Web Press would be the best fit for their needs. Here from Jimmy Vainstein, Senior Program Manager, of just their journey into production inkjet.
Packaging is a crucial marketing and communication tool and brand owners look for ways to improve its quality, creativity, and effectiveness. Printing packaging on digital presses offers brands of all sizes, from large corporations to small-batch producers, many opportunities to enhance brand power, consumer engagement effectiveness, and customer experiences. This report combines NAPCO Research data on brand owner trends with examples of how digital printing is powering packaging success and improving customer engagement.