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Print providers can now supercharge their corrugated, packaging, and merchandise display printing capabilities with single-pass LED digital inkjet technology from EFI, with the help of Nozomi C18000.
This single-pass industrial inkjet printer can be configured with a range of print modes which can be selected by the operator when loading print jobs. This helps packaging manufacturers to optimize printing capabilities and ink consumption.
As 2018 is ending, it’s a good time to look back and dive into some of the subjects that drove discussions in the print industry this year. There is a lot we can learn from these topics that drew our attention this past year.
For the past 18 months, experts from IIJ and Konica Minolta have been working together on a solution to speed-up the printing production of wallpapers or stickers. Although printing wallpapers using inkjet is pretty common, the speed today is quite low and the technology is mostly restricted to short-run applications.
Up until now, coated stock prints referred to items such as books, catalogs or magazines. These require the use of expensive paper, plus additional production modules incorporated into the print process.
Recently, more and more companies turn to inkjet printing production over existing toner based devices. There are many pros and cons for each option, so it would be best to examine them carefully before deciding on one option, or shifting to it from an existing option.