The 2021 Inkjet Summit kicked off yesterday afternoon, punctuating strong evidence of a resurgent post-pandemic printing industry.
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The new system includes faster-to-market delivery coupled with system development that lowers the cost of production, even as the number of customer SKUs continue to grow. Further, the system includes design tools to minimize expensive trial-and-error. PRINTING United Booths 10564 and 9344.
The new equipment brand, VALEZUS, includes high-speed printers for the production printing market. The VALEZUS T2100 prints cut sheets at 320 pages per minute. The T2100 is the new brand’s first equipment rollout. PRINTING United Booth 10935.