Tierps Tryckeri has become the first company in Sweden to invest in Konica Minolta’s AccurioJet KM-1 B2 digital press in a further move to make “inket the reality” for the print and packaging sectors. The company will unlock important new market opportunities as part of its business transformation with proven AccurioJet KM-1 technology.
Duggal Visual Solutions, a leading global printing and graphics provider headquartered in New York, is the first company in the North East of the United States and one of the very first in the world to upgrade their HP Indigo 12000 digital press to receive the new HD Imaging System for the high-quality commercial printing market.
Integrated Print and Mail Platform to Deliver Greater Productivity, Increased Color Capacity and Enhanced Document Integrity
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. (Konica Minolta) announced results from an extensive security test of Konica Minolta’s bizhub line of multifunction printers (MFPs) against hacking attempts. The tests, conducted by NTT DATA Services, an internationally respected IT services provider, concluded that the printers are well-fortified against security breaches.
Printing, packaging and industrial manufacturing professionals from across the globe are converging on Wynn Las Vegas, learning new ways to advance their businesses at one of the world’s top print conferences, EFI™ Connect.
Software Integrations Provide Outstanding Information Workflow Capabilities
By Will Mansfield, Director, WW Product Marketing & Category Management, Enterprise Inkjet Systems, Kodak
Hybrid printing is a hot topic in the printing and printed packaging industries, but its definition tends to change slightly depending on who you are talking to. Some printshops profess to offer hybrid printing since they have both digital and analog technologies under one roof. The technologies are not integrated but are leveraged independently or sequentially through the print workflow. Other printshops leverage hybrid presses which are designed as standalone solutions with no integration of existing analog equipment.