Inkjet Insight – 2018 Year in Review

In Article, Knowledge Base by Amy Hahn0 Comments

This article summarizes the top articles published by Inkjet Insight in 2018 and reviews the progress we have made to fulfill our mission to be the most valuable source of unbiased information for companies evaluating and using production inkjet. We know that there are many exciting announcements coming in 2019 and look forward to sharing in this journey with our community.

Heavy Ink Coverage and Twice the Drying Power

In Books, Catalog & Magazine, Commercial Marketing Collateral, Customer Education, Devices, Direct Marketing, Drying, Finishing, Ink and Fluids, Inkjet Tips, Knowledge Base, Labels, Newspapers, Paper and Media, Service & Maintenance, Traditional Transaction Printing, Transitional Mail, Workbooks & Directories by Mary Schilling0 Comments

Printing from the first tower allows ink twice as long to dry helping reduce roller build up and print defects in finishing.

Strategic Technology Stack for Production Inkjet

In Commercial Marketing Collateral, Direct Marketing, Industry Issues, Knowledge Base, Sales & Marketing by Andy Gordon0 Comments

Andy Gordon discusses the strategic role of production inkjet and the importance of developing a technology stack to drive business transformation. He discusses an NPR Freakonomics interview with Ford Motor Company’s CEO, Jim Hackett and the lessons to be learned that can apply to the printing industry.

Color Management of Inkjet Printing on Textiles

In Knowledge Base by John Seymour0 Comments

I entered this with a fair amount of naivete. I had heard that the romance between inkjet and cloth was just starting to get steamy. The idea of customizable fashion where someone can upload a design and have a dress printed and shipped that day is alluring.

Inkjet Needs Maintenance Too

In Knowledge Base by Mary Schilling0 Comments

Like all mechanical printing technologies, inkjet requires maintenance. We often forget that ink and dust build up that happens with conventional printing and toner units can also impact inkjet equipment.

Color- Shift Happens… So Measure

In Knowledge Base by Mary Schilling0 Comments

Color shifts can happen, and when it does, it may become unacceptable and even embarrassing when they are visually obvious. For our first segment of our Color Shift Happens series, we will discuss why it is important to add industry proven methods to evaluate color.

Color- Shift Happens

In Ink and Fluids, Knowledge Base by Mary Schilling0 Comments

Have you ever received a pdf file which called for bright red or a blue shade, but didn’t print correctly with colors visually different from what the customer was targeting? Shift can happen from paper to paper or from device to device. It can even happen to the same color printed in different areas on the same page in certain conditions. Color shift is any change which is unexpected and doesn’t meet customer expectations.