Thought Leadership Video Series
Brad Kruchten from Kodak on the Latest Developments in Processless Plates
Published on December 18, 2014
Kodak recently announced a new organizational structure with a goal of a better customer experience, streamlined corporate functions, and to better leverage of Kodak’s product and service portfolio, scientific and engineering expertise and world-famous and highly trusted brand.
Effective January 1, 2015- Brad Kruchten will lead the Print Systems Division as the President, Print Systems, and Senior Vice President, Kodak.
In this interview, Kruchten shares a view into the latest developments in processless plates.
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Quantifying In-Plants and Outsourcing
Published: June 19, 2018
At last week's IPMA Conference, Angela Whiteside, President of KickStage Consulting, offered some preliminary results from a survey she is conducting on in-plants and outsourcing. She shares some findings from her research with Richard Romano.
Kornit Digital Offers Textile Printing Solutions
Published: June 18, 2018
Sharon Donovich, Product Marketing Manager for Kornit Digital, talks about the offerings from this Israeli-based company, a solutions provider for printing on textiles. Kornit received a warm response to its line of direct-to-garment and direct-to-fabric printers at the recent TexProcess show in Atlanta.
Frank Loves Lisa
Published: June 15, 2018
Frank has always wanted an Apple Lisa. He finally got one, but now it's in a museum. The 1983 Lisa was the forerunner of the Macintosh with its Graphical User Interface, but it had a high price at about $10,000.
Trends in High-Performance Apparel
Published: June 14, 2018
Mark Sunderland, Textile Engineer and Strategist at Thomas Jefferson University, discusses high-performance apparel and products, including new and emerging trends in moisture management and "wearables."
In-Plants and Outsourcing: The Perennial Problem
Published: June 13, 2018
At this year's IPMA Conference, Howie Fenton addresses one of the perennial challenges that in-plant printing departments face: their parent company outsourcing print and other related work. He offers some suggestions for bringing that work back in-house.