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Wide/Grand Format Inkjet System Study Results Report Now Available

Tuesday, January 07, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

24 inkjet systems evaluated for color control, ink consumption, repeatability, print speed, among many other factors

The IDEAlliance Inkjet RoundUP is an independent technical evaluation of leading commercial roll-to-roll and flatbed, wide and grand format inkjet printing systems for the display graphics, signage and POP industries.

  • The IDEAlliance Inkjet RoundUP explored the state-of-the-art as it relates to wide format signage printing.
  • Eleven suppliers submitted twenty-four system configurations for evaluation.
  • Results report now available for purchase
  • Report offers existing users and prospective buyers critical business intelligence about the world’s leading wide format inkjet systems.
The report does not make recommendations on individual proprietary systems, but provides independent, un-biased, sound technical data on system performance and capabilities. IDEAlliance recommends the report be used to evaluate systems’ relevance to specific business requirements and priorities.
 
Devices studied used light or eco solvent inks, UV-curable inks or latex ink. Media used ranged from card stock to cast or calendared vinyl to rigid media, including Coroplast. Viewing distances for these products range from point-of-purchase to greater distances for street signs, banners and billboards.
 
Evaluation was conducted under the direction of Dr. Abhay Sharma, Ryerson University, and Lyndee Sing and Dr. Xiaoying Rong of California Polytechnic State University (CalPoly).
 
More details, contact:
Steve Bonoff
IDEAlliance
sbonoff@idealliance.org
952.896.1908

 

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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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