Color Vision Deficiencies

In Article, Knowledge Base, Print Quality Analysis, Topic by Mary Schilling0 Comments

Knowing he color capabilities of your inkjet device is very important, but understanding the color capabilities of your press crew is critical. Visually tweaking or modifying color on press is never an efficient or repeatable way to run production. Making your staff aware of their potential vision deficiencies will help catch color, as well as print quality issues, before they get to your customer. Here are some things you should know.

Inkjet for Marketing Collateral – What Matters?

In Article, Commercial Marketing Collateral, Industry Issues, Knowledge Base, Print Quality Analysis, Topic by Andy Gordon0 Comments

While the conversion of marketing collateral from offset to digital may not be high, the value for digitally printed collateral is often much higher than other applications, typically driven by shorter run lengths, versioning and personalization. This has created excellent revenue opportunities for commercial printers who specialize in this area.

Let Data Drive your Print Quality Comparisons

In Knowledge Base, Print Quality Analysis by Mary Schilling2 Comments

Mary Schilling discusses objective inkjet print quality comparisons and the benefits of a data-driven approach. Objective print quality analysis provides clear comparative data and removes all personal bias and visual subjective deficiencies when reviewing prints off competing inkjet devices. Inkjet beauty is more than skin deep!