Inca Digital Printers
Sussex, Wisconsin-based Color Ink began as a commercial printer more than three decades ago, but after seeing local companies turning to outside graphic design firms to develop their packaging, Color Ink decided it was time to enter the packaging market. The company has made a big splash, not only producing packaging, but producing the products to be packaged.
Fujifilm North America, Graphic Systems Division, recently hosted a Technology Summit at its Chicago Technology Center.
The Inca Print Run Controller (PRC) software is helping GFX International ensure the right print materials get to the right location.
Expanding its customer support team in Chicago, Inca Digital has made several new appointments.
The new Onset R40LT wide-format, flatbed UV printer from Inca Digital allows firms to invest with future flexibility built-in.
At this year's SGIA Expo in Las Vegas, Fujifilm plans to debut its Inca Onset R40i, a wide-format, flatbed UV press, and the Acuity F, a high performance UV flatbed printer for the display and signage market. Live presentations and interactive demonstrations will be held at Fujufilm's "Now You Can" themed booth.
Color Ink of Sussex, WI, created realistic 1:1 scale models of Olympic bobsleds for client Century 21 Real Estate just in time for the Olympics. Century 21 is an official sponsor of the U.S. bobsled team and its objective was to display a handful of the replica bobsleds at various locations during the Winter Olympics that took place in February 2014.
Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ August 2014 edition, featuring Printing Impressions' recent "Opportunities in Wide-Format Digital Printing" colloquium; and Ultradent Products, which specializes in the dental manufacturing markets.
Guests invited to the recent series of Technology Summits in Kansas City, KS, hosted by Fujifilm North America, Graphic Systems Division, gained in-depth knowledge of wide-format applications, and opportunities to serve this growth market.
Printers looking to break away from the commodity trap should consider digital signage, banners, wide-format graphics and point-of-purchase/point-of-sale (POP/POS) output as a way to expand their sales and profit margins. That was the key takeaway from Printing Impressions’ “Opportunities in Wide-Format Digital Printing” regional colloquium held last month in Oak Brook, IL.