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Printware Schedules Inkjet Profitability Seminar Series featuring iJetColor™ Press, Powered by Memjet Technology

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA – Printware, the leader in prepress and digital solutions, announced the schedule for the 2015 Inkjet Profitability seminar series focused on short-run digital color profitability using the iJetColor Press family of products. Registration is free although space is limited. Online registration requests may be submitted at www.ijetcolor.com/seminar.

Seminars will be held in:

  • February 19 - Atlanta
  • February 25-28 – Graphics of the Americas, Miami Beach
  • March 10 – Chicago (Rosemont)
  • April 16-18 – National Print Owners (NPOA)
  • May 20 – Dallas
  • June 10 – Cleveland/Columbus
  • July 29-August 2 – Franchise Services, Inc. Convention
  • September 13-16 – Graph Expo, Chicago
  • September 27-30 – Pack Expo, Las Vegas

The seminar series helps business owners to better understand how the inkjet technology of the industry award winning iJetColor Press, powered by Memjet, makes 4-color envelope or label printing profitable  in less than a year even with very modest print volumes. 

“Hundreds of print and mail shop owners attended our 2014 seminar series to learn how the iJetColor Press has made short-run 4-color work a reality for our customers,” commented Tim Murphy, President of Printware. 

“The iJetColor Press complements their print shop’s existing operations by adding a high performance, low cost digital inkjet press to further enable personalized short run color printing. iJetColor Press owners all tout the incredible savings and new revenue opportunities associated with the iJetColor Press.”

The seminar features case studies from accounts to illustrate how even with a moderate demand for short-run 4-color work, profitability is possible in under twelve months in most cases. Beyond profitability, the improvement in performance and productivity is also significant allowing customers to often receive a 4-color short-run envelope or packaging jobs the same day rather than in 5-7 business days. 

The iJetColor Envelope Press is a compact, table top, 4-color inkjet press powered by Memjet technology suitable for supporting production paper stocks as heavy as .02 inch/.5 mm on up to 8.5” by 17” substrate for product personalization of:

  • Envelopes
  • Direct Mail and Post Cards
  • Stationery 
  • Invitations and Greeting Cards

The iJetColor Label Press is a compact, table top, 4-color inkjet press suitable for supporting production label stocks for product packaging personalization, variable data barcoding, shelf labels, product labels for retail and industrial applications. The system features:

  • Roll-to-roll printing
  • Fan fold printing
  • Continuous label printing
  • Integrated cutter
  • 60 feet per minute speed
  • Gap mark sensing
  • Black mark sensing
  • Integrated touch-screen user control system

The iJetColor Press adds new revenue opportunities to print shops, making it extremely affordable to produce 4-color jobs and capitalize on new mailing and fulfillment opportunities.  

“We continue to see a tremendous level of interest in the iJetColor Press as well as an understanding by shop owners of how the system will directly benefit their business. Owners have done their homework and are ready to invest,” continued Murphy.

The iJetColor Printer is offered in several comprehensive packages to meet the specific needs of the shop. All packages include professional installation, 24/7 support and a no-finger pointing quality guarantee. 


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