The driving force behind this growth is the simple fact that todays equipment does a whole lot more than just deliver color images. The manufacturers have stepped up to the plate to deliver capabilities that early color copier owners probably never thought they would see.
John Giles shares his best advice about how to avoid computer hackers and bad PDF files, which new Macintosh computer is best for printers, and how to choose (and sell) a Web-to-print program. Plus: Do you really need to become a marketing services provider to stay in business?
Modern Postcard has increased throughput and savings with an MCS UV inkjet system highlighted at last year's GRAPH EXPO.
With four years in the print industry now under his belt, this former Navy fighter pilot is in control, hailing digital print as a bright spot: "The burgeoning inkjet market is poised to drive digital adoption even further."
Is it possible to feed a B2-sized, 29 x 20-inch sheet of offset paper or board between 16 lb. and 20 pt. (80 and 400 gsm) and print a true 14,440 x 14,440 spots per inch of perfected color using pigmented inks in excellent register?
Software is key: "For mail to compete with online communications venues, weve got to be able to print and mail within a couple of days -- or [else] the information is too old.
Concurrently with the shift in the mailing industry, printers have been transitioning production departments from analog to digital. Todays prepress department is fully digital, digital printing is as viable as offset, and variable data software is affordable and relatively easy to learn. Gather all this together, and there is a growing interest among printers to also become mailing services providers.
Change is the only constant--again.
Legal software simplifies document management and offers advanced capabilities for overall workflow enhancement