Thought Leadership Video Series
Highcon Shares Latest Developments And New Applications
Published on April 22, 2015
Highcon's COO Miki Zimmer and Nigel Tracey, Sales Director, speak with Senior Editor Cary Sherburne about advances with the Highcon Euclid digital finishing solution and some unique applications customers have created.
Intricate Cutouts Made by the Highcon Euclid
The Eiffel Tower is an example of the extensive capabilities of the Highcon Euclid digital finishing solution.
The Highcon Euclid allows converters, printers, and brand owners to transform finishing into a value-added process that positively impacts profitability.
Highcon Euclid machines digitally finish labels and paperboard from 8-24 pt. (0.2 - 06m) and microflute up to 47 pt. (1.2mm), including creasing, cutting and etching.
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New Business Growth
- New customers
- Existing customers
- Saving money
- Time to market
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Zumbiel Packaging's Production Inkjet-Flexo Platform
Published: July 25, 2017
Ed Zumbiel shares his thoughts on Zumbiel Packaging's exciting new digital-flexo hybrid packaging press for folding carton production. The press includes the first installation of Kodak PROSPER 6000S production inkjet press for folding cartons production.
How to Protect Your Business when Managing Software Projects
Published: July 20, 2017
Jennifer Matt interviews Chris Reisz-Hanson, software architect about how to protect yourself. One of the key questions that is often missed is "who owns what?" Where is the source code stored? If you own the software, you should have access to the source code under an account in your business name.
Print and Marketing: An Awesome Relationship
Published: July 18, 2017
Cece Smith, President of Toolbox Studios, worked for P&G for many years and brought her marketing expertise to SmithPrint. Now with her branding and marketing business operating as a sister company to SmithPrint, the two exploit the symbiotic relationship the two businesses offer to their respective clients. Smith cites her attendance at Dscoop as a key turning point for realizing how the two could be blended. She provides invaluable insight on how to create programs where print is not commoditized.
Frank Finds A Museum of Interesting Things at EastPack
Published: July 14, 2017
While visiting EastPack, Frank is unsurprisingly drawn to a booth called "The Museum of Interesting Things" and talks to Denny Daniel who shows him some of the cool things in their collection.