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This is not Frank Romano

Published on April 1, 2011

This week with Not Frank Romano, Not Frank talks about personalizing print and the alternatives to the failing idea of inkjet.

   

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By PATRICK CAHUET on Apr 01, 2011

fantastic! I fully understood inkjet limitations today

 

By Margie Dana on Apr 01, 2011

"Inkjet will never fly" -- this is hands down the best Not Frank video I've seen to date. Not that I want to date Not Frank, but you guys at WTT are ever on the cutting (floor) edge.

Bravo! Bring back Not Not Frank! (I guess this means Frank??)

:)

 

By Bob Raus on Apr 01, 2011

Perhaps inkjet COULD fly if the ink was under very high pressure and the jetting systems were able to produce droplets in the shape of airfoils(?) I'll bet we can get the best engineering minds on this right away... What do you say (Not) Frank?

 

By Tony Karg on Apr 01, 2011

Joe, I never knew you had a standup comedy background too.

Thanks for the laugh.

 

By Frank Romano on Apr 01, 2013

I want to see Not Dr Joe

 

By James Olsen on Apr 01, 2013

(Not) Frank is way off the mark in his description of "ink jet". "Ink jet" does not refer to shipping ink via jet planes. That's just silly. "Ink jet" refers to mega-droplets (pardon the oxymoron) of ink the size of shipping containers that are enveloped in a gossamar fabric and propelled by solar powered tiny "jets" arrayed strategically on their surfaces. When in shipment, each drop(let?) is drone-like-controlled making it possible for the supplier to "target" each and every customer "on-demand". This ultra efficient delivery system is just another example of how the Mensa minds of the printing industry continue to win the cross-media. Go Print!

 

By Paul White on Apr 01, 2013

What a great HOOT!

 

By Hamilton Costa on Apr 01, 2013

I am willing to translate your inkjet system explanation to portuguese and spanish Mr NOT Frank. For people in Latin America better understanding your point!!!!!! But....Does it fly????

 

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