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Paper is Everyone’s Problem

In Books, Catalog & Magazine, Commercial Marketing Collateral, Direct Marketing, Inkjet Tips, Newspapers, Other, Paper and Media, Print Quality Analysis, Traditional Transaction Printing, Transitional Mail, Workbooks & Directoriesby Inkjet InsightLeave a Comment

Most inkjet applications require paper. For many reasons, compatible inkjet paper is in short supply. If you are involved in the inkjet print supply chain, or a buyer of the finished product, it is in your best interest to help clear hurdles to identify and qualify compatible papers and to communicate availability as efficiently as possible.

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Welcome to the Inkjet Revolution—Front Line Report from Rochester’s Mercury Printing

In Article, Case Study, Catalog & Magazine, Commercial Marketing Collateral, Devices, Direct Marketing, Knowledge Baseby David ZwangLeave a Comment

David Zwang cites Mercury printing as one of the most interesting and exciting printing companies he has seen. And they have made it a practice to leverage new technologies throughout the life of the company to revolutionize their business. Read coverage on their investment and integration of technology from Landa, Xerox and Manroland Goss.

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Integrating Augmented Reality with Your Inkjet White Paper Factory

In Article, Catalog & Magazine, Direct Marketing, Knowledge Base, Softwareby MJ AndersonLeave a Comment

Augmented Reality has a significant potential to reinforce your position as a though leader and open up nontraditional revenue streams that will not disrupt your existing inkjet operations. The market for Mixed Reality (Print + AR) services is projected to reach $162 billion by 2020. Let’s talk about making Inkjet Insight members part of that market.

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High Speed Inkjet Devices Take on Commercial Print Quality

In Article, Catalog & Magazine, Commercial Marketing Collateral, Devices, Direct Marketing, Knowledge Base, Print Quality Analysisby Elizabeth GoodingLeave a Comment

Many buyers in 2019 are looking to complement or replace their offset production capabilities. High speed inkjet is gaining acceptance in a market with high print quality and color expectations. We are talking about high end, high value printing such as marketing collateral, magazines and catalogs. Read on for a round up of factors in evaluating presses for this market and top OEMs making the cut.

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You May Ask, Why Komori? – Video

In Catalog & Magazine, Commercial Marketing Collateral, Devices, Videoby Inkjet Insight1 Comment

Jacki Hudmon, of Komori America talks to Elizabeth Gooding about why Komori is the best kept secret in production inkjet. Komori has committed to the market with a portfolio of inkjet products with multiple types of inks, multiple types of heads and even multiple approaches to getting the ink on the substrate in order to serve different aspects of their commercial print-focused customer base. Watch now to learn about Komori’s growth roadmap.

A Market Map Puts Everything in Perspective

In Article, Catalog & Magazine, Commercial Marketing Collateral, Direct Marketing, Industry Issues, Knowledge Base, Labels, Newspapers, Packaging - Corrugated Board, Packaging – Flexible, Packaging – Folding Carton, Traditional Transaction Printing, Transitional Mail, Workbooks & Directoriesby Andy GordonLeave a Comment

Inkjet Insight maps out I.T. Strategies North American print volume data to explore opportunities for production inkjet technologies. The map looks packaging, publishing, and document application categories.

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 & Directoriesby Inkjet InsightLeave a Comment

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

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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 & Directoriesby Inkjet InsightLeave a Comment

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.