Canon U.S.A. announces the new Océ Colorado 1650, expanding the family of roll-to-roll devices featuring Canon UVgel technology.
The Rho P10 series is suited for large-format specialists who aim for consistency, which is exactly what FireSprint was looking for.
There is a way to get into the wide-format business and experiment with the concept without committing to huge capital expenditures.
In the Precision Digital model, customers supply raw materials, and the new company provides sheets and sends them back to customers.
The architecture industry is a big market for Riot Creative Imaging and the Océ Colorado 1640 has helped support that business.
Color-Logic has certified swissQprint UV inkjet wide-format printers with white for use with the Color-Logic metallic process.
Mack Media will use the printer to establish a competitive advantage in graphics segments where larger companies dominate the market.
EFI says its technologies on display at ISA International Sign Expo can give signage professionals important competitive advantages.
Epson America has collaborated with Graphtec America and Onyx Graphics to deliver high-quality bundled solutions at a low price.
The new HP Stitch S series of textile printers is HP’s latest innovation designed to accelerate commercial digital print adoption.
Durst Phototechnik and Koenig & Bauer are making production-level digital printers for both folding carton and corrugated applications.
At the heart of the Agfa booth are two of its most popular wide-format printers, the Anapurna FB2540i LED and the Anapurna H3200i LED.
Lamb & Associates, a packaging solutions provider based in Maumelle, Ark., has purchased an EFI Nozomi C18000 inkjet press.
Agfa will be showcasing the company’s inkjet expertise with application samples created right before attendees’ eyes.
The new press will bring exciting new capabilities and enhance speed-to-market efficiencies for IMAGINE.
Due to recent growth, GSP has already installed one of three new Jeti Tauro H3300 LED printers at its Provo, Utah, production facility.
EFI has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by an affiliate of Siris Capital Group, LLC for approximately $1.7 billion.
The company is using the new printers to boost capacity and drive a stronger competitive advantage.