Customer event offers demonstration of digital web press with KODAK Stream Inkjet Technology
ROCHESTER, N.Y. - Kodak and Bang Printing will use an upcoming customer event to demonstrate the first North American installation of the KODAK Stream Inkjet Technology with a Timson T-Press Digital Inkjet Web Press. Kodak and Bang Printing, a leading book manufacturer, will illustrate for customers how this unique combination enables greater efficiency in book production as part of their 13th annual plant tour and workshop on August 27-28, 2014. The Timson T-Press Digital Inkjet Web Press, which prints up to 175 lpi with speeds up to 650 fpm, uses KODAK Stream Inkjet Technology to produce images at exceptional speeds without sacrificing high quality.
“Pairing KODAK Stream Inkjet Technology with the Timson T-Press and Kolbus book binder has allowed us to offer the widest book press and highest-output inkjet system in North America,” said Chris Kurtzman, President and CEO, Bang Printing. “We’ve been able to be more innovative with our book manufacturing process with full run, short run, perfect or hard cover publishing solutions because of digital inkjet web press technology. This wouldn’t have been possible without exceptional imaging technology from Kodak.”
“KODAK Stream Inkjet Technology has long been a popular choice in imaging technology because of its exceptional speed and quality,” said John O’Grady, Managing Director, US & Canada Region and Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company. “We’re very pleased at the winning combination we’ve been able to help provide to an elite book manufacturer like Bang Printing, as it clearly demonstrates how better imaging technology directly correlates with enhanced book production capabilities.”
The customer event will take place August 27-28, 2014 at the manufacturing facility and fulfillment center of Bang Printing’s headquarters in Brainerd, Minn. Beyond the digital inkjet web press demonstration, Bang Printing will offer tours and demonstrations in a variety of departments: accounting; prepress, proofing and plating; digital printing; sheet fed, web presses and laminating; folding and cutting; stitcher and mechanical binding; case-makers; and shipping and receiving.