Inkjet Ink and its Important Additives

In Article, Drying, Ink and Fluids, Knowledge Base by Mark Bale0 Comments

Mark Bale provides an overview of the important differences in inkjet ink characteristics that come from various components such as resins, solvents, humectants and surfactants. With an understanding of these components and how OEMs use them to differentiate their inks, you’ll be better informed next time you have a conversation with your supplier.

The Future of Inkjet Printing to 2023 – Highlights

In Books, Catalog & Magazine, Commercial Marketing Collateral, Direct Marketing, Knowledge Base, Newspapers, Packaging – Flexible, Traditional Transaction Printing, Transitional Mail, Workbooks & Directories by Inkjet Insight0 Comments

Highlights from the latest Smithers Pira report: The Future of Inkjet Printing to 2023 project that the value of the global inkjet market will rise at 9.4% over the next five years. As the global print market transforms, shifts in buyer demands—short runs, versioned and personalized products—and higher quality are aligning with the capabilities of inkjet. This is making it a key focus for technology developers. This analysis shows that inkjet will grow by deepening its penetration into existing markets and exploiting new emergent market opportunities through 2023.

Measuring the Capacity of Your Inkjet Workflow – Part 2

In Article, Direct Marketing, Inkjet User Story, Knowledge Base, Topic, Transitional Mail by Inkjet Insight0 Comments

Managing your workflow resources, understanding potential bottlenecks and the corresponding job attributes that will trigger them is essential to meeting SLA performance expectations in an inkjet environment. Tim Cooper of Harland Clarke provides expert insight on identifying constraints and measuring for success.