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ImageXpert has announced it is now offering a JetXpert system with integrated print station. The company says its new system offers all of the capabilities of traditional
JetXpert systems for drop watching and analysis of drops-in-flights
along with a fully integrated print station. more
has announced a Webinar sponsored by Kodak titled Inkjet and
Offset: Hybrid Configurations that Make the Most of Both Worlds scheduled for
Thursday, December 13 at 10 AM GMT -5.
The discussion will focus on using the combination of high-speed,
high-quality inkjet and offset presses to address new digital
applications in the direct marketing and newspaper markets. more
IMI has announced three consecutive conferences to be held the Scottsdale
Cottonwoods Resort and Suites in Arizona from January 28 through
February 1, 2013. The week will start with the 3-D Printing Opportunities and Challenges Symposium January 28-29, followed by the AWA Inkjet and Digital Label/Packaging Printing Seminar January 29-30, and
conclude with the 22nd Annual Ink Jet Printing Conference January
30-February 1. more
Miyakoshi Printing Machinery Co. Ltd. and Ryobi Ltd. have developed a 6-up, 29" liquid toner-based digital press. The new press will be exhibited as a pre-market model at the Miyakoshi booth (Hall 9/Stand A04) at drupa. The press combines the 1,200 dpi resolution and ultrafine particle liquid toner electrophotographic technology Miyakoshi demonstrated on a Web press at drupa 2008 with the high-speed sheet-feed technology Ryobi perfected for its sheetfed offset presses. more
Memjet will exhibit at drupa 2012, its first appearance at drupa, where it expects to continue the expansion of its OEM partner program, announcing news for industrial, commercial, and office printing systems. The company will demo its latest technologies, including Memjet-powered web-fed inkjet printing systems, sheet-fed inkjet printing systems, inkjet plotters, and inkjet large format printing systems, at Hall 5, Stand E28. more
Continuous-feed color inkjet is the fastest growing segment of the printing industry according to a new report from InfoTrends. The report predicts these new devices will account for 40% of the digital color pages globally by 2015. more
The U.S. Patent Office has granted Opaltone Australia a patent for its new six-tone color inkjet system. The company plans to use the patented technology on commercial inkjet printer to expand the color gamut beyond conventional CMYK. more
Leading inkjet industry vendors and analysts will speak at the 19th Annual IMI Europe Inkjet Conference, scheduled for November 9-11 in Lisbon. For example, IT Strategies will present a report on estimates and forecasts for the industry. There will also be a suppliers forum and complimentary display space. more
At Graph Expo 2011 Xanté introduced the Excelagraphix 4200 powered by Memjet, a global provider of high-speed color printing technologies. The device is a 42-inch wide inkjet printer that can image on substrates with dimensions as large as 42″ inches x 100′. more
According to a new study from InfoTrends, the total number of inkjet impressions will increase by more than 40% annually for the next five years as the technology replaces toner-based printing technologies. more
The Inkjet Academy will offer a intensive course in the Inkjet technology intended for chemists and scientists who want to improve their level of inkjet practical expertise. Xennia Technology’s laboratories at Letchworth, UK, will host the course October 10-13. more