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For O’Neil Data Systems, the Need for Speed Leads to an Inkjet-Driven Transformation

Next week, O’Neil Data Systems (ODS) will be hosting an HP-sponsored event at their Plano, Tex, facility, which will bring together vendors, customers, and printers from all corners of the digital printing ecosystem to see the company’s high-powered “data-driven publishing” in action, as well as showcase their own contributions to this expanding print market segment.

By Richard Romano
Published: May 16, 2014

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By Fadel Iskander on May 16, 2014

"Now our inkjet press will do seven million pages a minute, but in those days, it was quite a feat.”

I would love to see that press in action.

7-million pages per minute is approximately 120,000 pages per second?
How to they keep it from taking off?

 

By Elizabeth Gooding on May 21, 2014

Hah - they got you Fadel. The next sentence was: "Seven million pages a minute is an exaggeration, to be sure, but the capabilities of today’s equipment far outstrip those of yesteryear."

Nonetheless at 400 ft per minute and a print width of @ 41 inches in full color it is pretty screaming fast.

 

By Fadel Iskander on May 23, 2014

I trust it was edited after publishing???

 

By Elizabeth Gooding on May 23, 2014

I suspect the writer (Richard Romano) edited the verbal remarks from ODS out of kindness but I think they were there when originally published. I still enjoyed your "how do they keep it from taking off" comment.

 

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