Digital ink manufacturers report that the latest inkjet printing technologies are fueling growth in the field
David Savastano, Editor05.28.14
Without a doubt, the growth in the digital printing segment has come as a result of new technologies. Whether it is the ability to customize products or do short runs, digital printing has moved into new markets with each technology improvement, and as speeds and quality improve and cost per print decreases, inkjet will find new opportunities.
Jeffrey Nelson, business development manager, FUJIFILM North America Corporation, Graphic Systems Division, said that better quality with smaller droplet sizes, better speed through higher frequency and higher density print heads and better reliability with MEMS technology and recirculating printheads, are all improvements in digital technologies.
“Higher speed, better quality and reliability all make an ROI much more attractive,” Nelson added.
“There are so many advances taking place in inkjet printing that it is hard to keep track of them all,” said Chris Cudzilo, inkjet business development manager
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