The technology has become more sustainable, cost-effective and more popular among the printing industry at large.
Greg Hrinya, Label and Narrow Web Associate Editor09.24.15
Printing industry leaders gathered at Graph Expo 2015 to showcase their latest technologies, and many digital inkjet providers marveled at the evolution of inkjet technology. The printing process has become more sustainable, more popular and costs less to invest.
Graph Expo, held from September 13-16 in Chicago, IL, USA, is a comprehensive trade show aimed at companies operating in the digital, inkjet, offset, flexo, gravure and hybrid markets. The exhibition was also co-located with CPP Expo. The event provided a stage for press conferences, discussions, displays and networking. One of the hot topics surrounded the newest developments in the inkjet market.
HP highlighted the first day with a press conference exploring two of the company’s recent developments: HDNA technology and inline priming. HDNA (High Definition Nozzle Architecture) is a printhead technology that runs at a 33% speed increase with a resolution of 2400 nozzles per inch. Although originally de
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