Speakers Provided General Strategies and Practical Tips
Lexington, Kentucky USA -- WhatTheyThink.com today reported that more than 120 industry professionals attended a free printing industry educational Webinar. Making the Transition to High-Speed Inkjet, which was led by WhatTheyThink senior analyst Richard Romano. Sponsored by Screen USA, the event was held November 7.
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"High-speed inkjet is the talk of the industry today, with a slew of new product introductions and compelling case studies," says Romano. "Some companies in the industry have taken the plunge and installed inkjet systems, but many questions remain. Our speakers did an excellent job of detailing their overall strategies and the markets and applications they pursued, as well as addressing the myriad viewer questions concerning the capabilities of the equipment, and many of the other technical and logistical details of integrating this new printing technology."
Romano was joined by:
- Wes Sanders, President of Sebis Direct Inc., founded 1989, a document management and production company.
- Diane Fischer, President of L & D Mail Masters Inc., founded 1986, a technologically advanced direct marketing company.
- Rick Lindemann, Vice President/Purchasing of Total Printing Systems, founded 1972, a specialist in digital book production.
The three speakers, Screen Truepress Jet520 users, explained how they made the decision to install inkjet equipment, and how the technology and its capabilities have made them better able to serve their customers. The interactive session also focused heavily on viewer questions, and a wide variety of topics, ranging from color management, to paper, to integration with other finishing and mailing equipment, was covered.
About Screen USA
Screen (USA), a wholly owned subsidiary of Kyoto, Japan-based Dainippon Screen Mfg. Co., Ltd., is a leading supplier of systems and components for the graphic arts industry. Its diverse line of integrated products includes digital printing systems for a variety of applications, including print on demand, variable data, flexo/packaging solutions, industrial and sign/display printing. For more information, please visit Screen's website at www.screenusa.com.
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