Mary Schilling recently wrote about different approaches to matching Pantone colors on production inkjet. We got an interesting note from one of our UK readers, David Albin, who suggested that forcing
“Can You Print This Pantone Color with Inkjet?” This is a question we hear over and over. Not just from customers, but from customer representatives, designers and sales people. And
A Good Inkjet Paper Is Hard to Find. Get It While It Lasts. West Linn paper mill will be shutting its doors at the end of 2017. The industry loses
We asked Crit Driessen, Vice President Strategy and Alliances, Océ Printing Systems to talk about the main ink chemistry advances driving production inkjet systems. In this video, he talks about two key areas: advances that expand the color gamut and those that enable printing on coated stocks. Great overview of how it all works.
We asked Mike Herold, Director of Global Marketing for Ricoh Inkjet Solutions, “how can customers figure out the best drying option for their application?” Mike gave a succinct overview of Ricoh’s approach to tailoring drying technology on their various devices and a nice breakdown of how different drying options work.
Print manufacturers include print resolution in their machine specs. It is usually shown as dots per inch (DPI) e.g. 600 x 600 or 1200 x 1200, but you may also see different amounts for the process and cross process directions e.g. 600 x 480, particularly with high speed continuous devices.
When looking at a big ticket item like a production inkjet device, the one with the lowest price may seem like the best choice. The cost of the machine is the big number (the race car) that will play the smallest role in total cost of ownership. It’s the operating costs that can make or break your return on investment.
Marco Boer of I.T. Strategies discusses specifications that actually tell you something about inkjet print quality – so, yes to gray levels and not-so-much on DPI and number of nozzles.
Total Cost of Ownership starts with Capital Costs Part 1 of a 3 part series on inkjet economics. Register for free to be notified of new installments. In theory, calculating
Andrew Gordon Joins Inkjet Insight to help companies accelerate inkjet transformation. Will lead growing analyst and consulting services program and oversee new product development. InkjetInsight.com ― Printing industry strategist and