Marco Boer of I.T. Strategies provides and overview of the 2018 thINK conference and his thoughts on the importance of user communities for production inkjet users.
The 2nd Edition of The Designer’s Guide to Inkjet was released at thINKforum 2018 and the authors were there to talk about why educating designers is more important than ever and what is new in the updated guide.
Crit Driessen, Vice President Strategy and Alliances with Océ talks about the fundamental questions to ask when selecting a press.
Inkjet is a complement to toner and flexo in the label market according to Marco Boer of I.T. Strategies. Marco discusses the relative productivity, ownership cost and simplicity of inkjet for labels and takes a skeptical look at label personalization. When it comes to justifying inkjet for labels, think “burst volumes.”
Mark Hunt of Standard Finishing encourages companies evaluating inkjet presses to look at the full process from back to front to ensure compatibility.
Steve Welkley discusses the approach that Xerox has taken to make production inkjet accessible to a wider range of companies.
Marco Boer discusses the components of the “Other” category within I.T. Strategies’
research reports and why they are some of the most valuable pages for inkjet production.
Steve Wolffis of i3Logix shares his experience with moving from a toner-based web to an inkjet web that doubled their color capacity, improved color quality and reduced costs.
Steve Welkley discusses opportunities for Inkjet as part of an overall production portfolio that takes advantage of the best that each platform has to offer.
Eric Wiesner, General Manager of HP PageWide Industrial Division provides background on HP’s decision to expand the range of media compatibility for HP devices using a pre-coat or primer rather than adding additional solvents, resins and other chemistry to the ink.