The innovation path of digital color presses continues to have runway, evidenced most recently by emerging developments in metallic inks that rival those of traditional processes, while delivering all of the advantages of digital print.
Xerox’s newest press will make inkjet technology a reality for more print service providers by breaking down barriers such as high print volumes, large footprint and cost. The Xerox Rialto 900 Inkjet Press offers first-of-its kind features and carves out a new space within the booming production color inkjet segment.
In the 1970’s, the Cameron Belt Press helped reinvent the entire supply chain for the trade book industry. Could today’s Production Inkjet technology – with improving quality, lowering costs, and increasing flexible – have the same kind of impact?
Traditionally, it’s been difficult to have a disaster recovery and redundancy plan in place for inkjet systems due to the capacity, floor space and capital requirements needed. But what if a smaller footprint, more flexible, and lower cost solution was available?
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While inkjet is primed to be the industry’s next transformational technology, traditionally, only the largest print shops have had the high volumes, deep pockets and footprint required to take advantage. Has the time, and technology, finally arrived to allow small and mid-sized print operations to fully take advantage?
In just three years, U.S. production color inkjet page volume will exceed that of digital color toner. What applications will benefit the most from these tremendous growth opportunities?
What’s the key to a successful New Year’s Resolution? Simple and practical. Here are 3 resolutions that printing companies might consider setting for themselves in 2015.