Guest post by Mary Roddy, Global Product Marketing Manager, Xerox
Increasingly today, when people decide to print, they want something they can’t get through digital media alone,
Guest post by Shelley Sweeney, Vice President/General Manager Service Bureau/Direct Marketing @shelleysweeney
More people are joining and investing in the growing inkjet movement, but it’s a big
Guest post by Karen Cole, Xerox Global Product Marketing Manager
Color is one of the most visible benefits of digital printing, but it’s often seen as a
Learn 7 tips for using variable data images in production printing.
Learn how quality advancements in digital printing, specifically among tonal and spatial resolution and 10-bit processing, is blurring the lines between digital and offset.
If you think that a device’s spatial resolution (in dots per inch) is the sole factor dictating output quality, you aren’t alone. But that’s actually just one of the many factors that play a role. We discuss in our #AskTheExperts Google+ Hangout.
The announcement of the Xerox Wide Format IJP 2000 at FESPA last year left some ‘unfinished’ business. This FESPA, we showed off new finishing options and expanded media, showcasing how the IJP 2000 can help you take advantage of the highly-profitable digitally printed signage market, worth an estimated $55 billion globally.
With the growing use of Production Inkjet Technology, Howie Fenton applies and examines an age old question: Who is responsible for the quality from this new technology, the press manufacturer, customer or the paper vendor?
Today’s many print providers have raised the bar and have enhanced their finishing capabilities to better suit digital print….but some are still struggling. When partnering with a digital print provider, it’s important to consider all pieces of the printing process – so you can finish strong.