On-shore and on-demand. That can be the future for color trade books if more publishers and book printers adopt high-speed production inkjet technology.
Thirty years ago, there was only one way to manufacture books – offset printing technology. Today, there’s a new way. Say hello to inkjet.
With the growth in e-books, anyone printing textbooks (or any form of educational material) has reason for concern. Are e-books taking over hard copies?
Game-changing ink-set enables inkjet printing directly onto traditional offset coated stocks, eliminating the need for pre- or post-paper treatment.
With customized catalogs driving 3-times greater revenue than static catalogs, it’s no wonder cataloguers are looking for personalized solutions. Traditionally, that has been out of reach…until now.
The factors that determine why different companies have different cross-over points for book production
Book publishers gathered in Verona, Italy to discuss the impact on-demand digital printing of books can have on their market share and profitability.
Solving the mystery for why it takes printers so long to adopt new technology innovations when it’s clear the substantial market advantages they present.
What big challenges are facing book publishers, and how might inkjet provide opportunities for growth and profitability?
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?