Working closely with regulatory experts, Memjet is taking aim at the food packaging segment.
David Savastano, Editor12.18.19
Digital printing is growing rapidly, and one of the keys to success is the ability to coordinate the hardware (printers and printheads), software and consumables to maximize performance. Memjet has become a leader in the digital printing field, and with its VersaPass, DuraLink and DuraFlex technologies is positioned to move forward in inkjet printing.
John Ortiz, the company’s VP of inks and materials, recently joined Memjet from HP, where he served in leadership roles for 20 years. Ortiz said he had been watching Memjet, and saw a company ready to take off.
“I was in the sustainability area at HP, and when the Memjet opportunity came up, it was really interesting,” Ortiz said. “It's a really interesting ink technology, and it gets more exciting every day.”
Ortiz noted that DuraLink is designed for more large-scale commercial press applications.
“The ink is tuned for those printheads to run at extremely high speed, at 200 meters a minute
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