NIXKA may be the new kid on the block, or are they? They actually have 30 years of expertise in developing ink and material jetting solutions, with an impressive track record. More importantly, they have the right philosophy.
International inkjet experts come together to discuss innovations driving market growth across commercial, packaging, labels and industrial segments including retrofit, hybrid and custom solutions to support product manufacturing.
In the second of our three-part technical series on what it takes to print packaging, we focus on the challenges of flexible packaging and consider the specific ink attributes and drying considerations that explain the printers we are beginning to see in the market.
Begin by understanding your options because across the vast range of print products there are many embellishment solutions.
Explore a sampling of brand sustainability goals and examples of packages that support brand sustainability goals from multiple industries including personal care, home furnishings and quick service restaurants.
A close look at the Water Technology ink that was created for the Koenig & Bauer Durst Delta SPC 130 and the evolution of Durst.
This month we learned of 13 new production inkjet installs with 10 in the US and 3 in Europe.
The wrong time to discover that a legacy job no longer runs is when you are at the deadline.
Colordyne has evolved from a label OEM to a multi-application platform for strategic integration partners.
Mark Bale kicks of a series of “what it takes” substrate challenges beginning with corrugated packaging from 2009 to today.
Designed to be the heart of a fully automated manufacturing system.
Ralf Schlozer examines considerations for investing in inkjet for corrugated packaging in the second part of a series.
Real world look at the impact of paper color on inkjet-produced brand colors from IWCO Direct.
Our Inkjet Explainer series tackles fundamental components of inkjet and there is nothing more fundamental, yet often misunderstood, than the printhead.
The use of production inkjet in corrugated production is ramping up at a pace of about 20% CAGR through 2025, according to Smithers. That growth includes both preprint and postprint corrugated, an important distinction, since many believe that digital print, and specifically inkjet, is only designed for short runs or on-demand applications.
Top reasons why inkjet is better than flexo for corrugated packaging.
In this video, Elizabeth Gooding provides her top reasons to look at the inkjet cost-benefit analysis in different ways and to repeat the process at multiple points in the life of your investment.
Here’s a handy round up of the major launched os inkjet label and packaging presses in 2020 from Ralf Schlozer.
Commercial printing is a large market with little digital penetration, providing green fields for the right inkjet technology. But what is the “right” technology?
Bespoke or “custom-built” solutions are moving print from a stand-alone process to become a part of the product manufacturing process.
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