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David L. Zwang on Landa Nanographic Printing – It’s Finally Showtime!:
All of the inks for the Landa presses are water based at this point
 

Rossitza Sardjeva on Landa Nanographic Printing – It’s Finally Showtime!:
My quastion is about model W10, web fed designed for flexible packaging - what kind are inks for this machine, maybe inks are not on water base here?
 

Robert Godwin on Dr. Joe Recommends: Robots and Unemployment, Edge computing:
We have been looking at robotic solutions for the bindery. After viewing a video of the cutter operator working, one of the engineers I spoke with wondered why robots had not been introduced long ago. Our MIS system automates the instructions for the
 

David L. Zwang on Landa Nanographic Printing – It’s Finally Showtime!:
There were about 100 people in attendance, and most of them had their own reactions and feelings, dependent on their individual requirements. Although, as I mentioned, I could characterize most of them as not if but when in terms of purchasing.
 

Gordon Pritchard on Landa Nanographic Printing – It’s Finally Showtime!:
Could you elaborate on what you meant by: "While the reactions were mixed".
 

James Kohler on Landa Nanographic Printing – It’s Finally Showtime!:
This I'll be another game changer in the industry!!
 

David Avery on Random Automation at Print 17:
Alan Sherman!!!!!!!
 

Eric Vessels on Random Automation at Print 17:
I still say he should've done a pirouette!
 

Eddy Hagen on Landa Marks Nanography’s Worldwide Commercial Roll-out:
"Worldwide commercial roll-out" should be taken with a grain of salt I guess... The commercial availability will, as the article states, only start in H2 2018, that's about a year from now. In another article I read that the S10 perfecting press wi
 

Rossitza Sardjeva on High-Speed Inkjet: Have We Seen All This Before?:
It is really true that Inkjet print quality is already increasingly proper for many commercial applications including to high volume of color illustrations. Inkjet surpassed total toner print especially dry toner may be around 5 years ago.....
 

David Murphy on High-Speed Inkjet: Have We Seen All This Before?:
Inkjet print quality is now increasingly suitable for many mainstream commercial applications beyond transaction and light-coverage books. PSPs should consult with manufacturers to determine how they can profitably produce the widest range of salable
 

Peter Crean on HP Creates Powerful Digital Print Possibilities with New Benchmarks for Quality, Productivity and Color:
First let me congratulate HP for developing an outstanding laser imaging system. From my 40 years working with laser printing, I know the challenge in painting images at those resolutions and speeds across 29 inches, particularly when all the colors
 

Chuck Werninger on High-Speed Inkjet: Have We Seen All This Before?:
Heidi, how very true! I think we entered the industry at about the same time. It would be interesting to look up the names of some of the PSPs who said "digital won't work here because..." to see how many are still in business today...and whether the
 

Joe Lindfeldt on NPES Launches Printstats:
Can someone let me know how this is different than what WTT and Idealliance already provide?
 

Chuck Werninger on Canon's Mal Baboyian talks about Print 17 and Canon's Exhibit:
Wow, you guys have really been busy innovating! I can't wait to see samples and more details at thINK!
 

Heidi Tolliver-Walker on Heading into the Cloud at Print 17:
Thanks! Great panel discussion on workflow automation at the Printerverse today. Look forward to hearing more from you on that topic!
 

Bob Raus on Heading into the Cloud at Print 17:
Hi Heidi. Great article. Please drop by the HP booth. I'd be pleased to introduce you to PrintOS, and to get your views on our direction.
 

Dov Isaacs on Frank Reviews Duplo's New System for Digital Embellishment:
Would be much easier to use if they used standard PDF constructs to define the embellishments as opposed to proprietary Illustrator hacks. - Dov
 

Chuck Werninger on Frank Reviews Duplo's New System for Digital Embellishment:
Very cool, I can't wait to see samples! This is an exciting new product!
 

Robert Godwin on DaVinci Designer to Present 3D Proofer for Increased Web-to-Print Sales at Print 17:
Online proofing, especially with 3D texture and reflective foil effects, drives conversions to a sale for web-to-print sites. Finding the printer who has the equipment to produce those effects is what InkRouter is all about. See DaVinci Designer and
 

Jennifer Matt on Identify Leadership Skills by Introducing New Print Software:
Allen - I'm obviously losing my patience with the argument (not following my own advice!). Thanks for reading.
 

Allen Filson on Identify Leadership Skills by Introducing New Print Software:
Love this article. It is spot on to what I have also seen over the last 25 years. Very well done!!!
 

David Singletary on DaVinci Designer to Present 3D Proofer for Increased Web-to-Print Sales at Print 17:
The best thing of instant realistic rendering is to previewed and edited in real timing. That save manufacturing and approval timing. Definitely, this 3D proffer enhance the web to print sales and it adaptation.
 

Wallace Jackson on DaVinci Designer to Present 3D Proofer for Increased Web-to-Print Sales at Print 17:
Brett is this HTML5 WebGL2 (Open Source) Tech? Walls.
 

Mike Porter on USPS Informed Delivery: Research Shows Strong Interest!:
The USPS emails images of up to 10 daily pieces of letter mail for now, but plans to expand the service to flats. Informed Delivery is only available to consumers. Heidi, if you have a business account with the USPS you may need to set up a consumer
 

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