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The Power of Negative Thinking

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 Mar 9, 2011

What if instead of using inkjet heads to jet ink they were used to apply an ink-resistant substance to subtract part of an offset litho produced image (like a photographic negative blocks light) as it was being printed?

It would combine the economic cost benefits of offset with variable data. Such a development could completely transform the printing market.

It may sound like science fiction, but according to R.R. Donnelley (RRD) it will soon be printing fact and the firm will begin producing direct mail using the process later this year.

RRD calls this process Apollo and it is part of the firm’s agreement with KBA. In fact the further details about Apollo are the most significant news to emerge from this announcement, and of the recent digital developments from major litho press manufacturers this is the most noteworthy because it goes beyond distribution and addresses technology development. Read more »

Neryos Previews a 300-ppm, A3-Format, Cut-Sheet, Color Inkjet Printer

Jim Hamilton
 Jun 7, 2010

A new A3-format color inkjet printer was unveiled at IPEX by a French company called Neryos. I didn’t hear about it until I was back in the United States, so I made a point of setting up a call with Dominique Martin, the Neryos CEO, to talk about the IPN75, which the company boldly described in an IPEX preview showing as the “most productive sheet-fed colour inkjet printer ever.” The product is interesting in part because it shows how a company with systems integration experience can leverage a modular component like an inkjet head into a high-speed production color system.

Neryos IPN75

Neryos IPN75

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