Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. (Konica Minolta) today announced a strategic partnership with Memjet. Combining Memjet’s printing technology with the hardware expertise of Konica Minolta has resulted in the creation of digital inkjet print and labeling solutions that deliver the speed, quality and affordable cost of ownership that print and label providers need to succeed in today’s changing markets.
thINK, an independent community of Canon Solutions America production print customers, today announced that thINK and Canon Solutions America have teamed up with Elizabeth Gooding and Mary Schilling of Inkjet Insight to produce a second edition of the Designers Guide to Inkjet, which was originally published in 2014 by Canon Solutions America.
Today’s unanimous ruling of no injury by the USITC follows the U.S. Department of Commerce’s determination on August 2, 2018, that imposed a combined countervailing and antidumping duty of 20.26 per cent on Catalyst. Due to the negative injury determination, these duties no longer apply after the USITC publishes its final determination at the end of September, and the cash deposits collected to date will be refunded to the company. While the lone petitioner, NORPAC, can appeal today’s ruling, the company is optimistic they will accept the judgement of the USITC.
Komori Corporation announced plans today to initiate field testing of its new Impremia NS40, a 40-inch sheetfed Nanographic Printing® System, during the spring of 2019.
SCREEN Partners with EFI to Enable Fiery Digital Front End Integration with EQUIOS Workflow KYOTO, Japan and FREMONT, California — July 24, 2018 — Screen Graphic Solutions Co., Ltd. (SCREEN
ScreenPro with PrintFlat technology reduces non-uniformity, commonly known as the inkjet smile. Source: Global Graphics Cambridge UK, 10th July 2018: A new version of ScreenPro™, the ultra-high-speed screening engine tuned
Ricoh USA Inc. today announced the newest addition to its award-winning inkjet portfolio, the RICOH Pro VC70000, built to accelerate the transfer of offset print volumes to digital. The new continuous feed platform empowers commercial printers to produce quality applications, such as high-end catalogs and magazines, traditionally expected from offset presses. Additionally, Ricoh-developed inks enable up to 40 percent savings in paper costs while also expanding media support to offset-coated papers, untreated papers and more.
This week I had the opportunity to attend the ribbon cutting ceremony at the new 225,000 square foot EFI innovation center in Londonderry New Hampshire. In his opening remarks Guy Gecht, CEO of EFI said “the future of packaging is inkjet printing” and based on EFI’s massive investment in this very impressive facility, they are ready to meet demand.
KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc., one of the world’s leading document solutions companies, today previewed the TASKalfa Pro 15000c, in an exclusive exhibit at the 2018 KYOCERA Innovate dealer conference in Orlando, Florida. The TASKalfa Pro 15000c represents Kyocera’s inaugural product entry into the high-speed cut sheet inkjet market. With print speeds at 150 pages per minute in A4 (146 pages per minute Letter), regardless of media type, this full-color production inkjet printing system delivers unparalleled quality and reliability. Ideally suited for Print Service Providers and customers looking to run medium to large volume jobs in-house, the TASKalfa Pro 15000c delivers the necessary functionality at an attractive price point.
Building on years of inkjet leadership, Ricoh USA, Inc.today announced enhancements to its continuous feed portfolio that help customers grow their businesses. These include a new set of inks for its RICOH Pro VC60000 platform, which greatly expands the variety of media that can be used, and the availability of its award-winning RICOH Pro VC40000.