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BREAKING THROUGH THE INKJET PRESS BARRIERS

Wednesday, 23 December 2015 | By Bob Boucher, Senior Copywriter

Let’s take a high-speed trip through the history of printing, say, in 50 words. Ready?

LANDA S10: THE FIRST B1 FORMAT DIGITAL PRESS

Wednesday, 16 December 2015 | By Bob Boucher, Senior Copywriter

The Humble Origins of Digital Printing Technology: When he introduced Landa Nanographic Printing® technology at drupa 2012, Benny Landa unveiled several “firsts” to the print industry.

DIGITAL PRINTING PRESSES: CHANGE MAKERS FROM DAY 1

Wednesday, 18 November 2015 | By Bob Boucher, Senior Copywriter

Every now and then we have to stand back for a moment, acknowledge the astonishing transformation in the print industry, and gasp.

ONLINE PRINTING SOLUTIONS MAKE THE MAINSTREAM

Wednesday, 11 November 2015 | By Bob Boucher, Senior Copywriter

Imagine yourself in China. You’re witnessing the birth of woodblock printing – an amazing solution for printing on textiles and on paper. You’re so excited by the technology that you sign on as an early adopter – and we do mean “early.” It’s the year 220 AD.

THE LONG AND SHORT OF DIGITAL PRINTING TECHNOLOGY

Thursday, 06 August 2015 | By Bob Boucher, Senior Copywriter

Did you know that the history of digital printing technology was written in small part by Graham Nash, he of Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young fame? To be fair, neither did I. An avid photographer, Nash had begun playing with digital photography on his Macintosh computer in the 1980s.

A New Look for Webfed Press Printing

Sunday, 21 June 2015 | By Bob Boucher, Senior Copywriter

Digital web printing has been hailed, justifiably, as an ideal fit for book publishing, packaging, labels and other applications. Lithographic web presses, long dismissed for their waste, inefficiency and low quality printing, are making a comeback in the applications they once dominated.

The Digital Sheetfed Press That Thinks It’s Offset

Thursday, 04 June 2015 | By Bob Boucher, Senior Copywriter

Back in the day – roughly 25 years ago – offset sheetfed printing was the “go-to” choice for producing short-run books, business cards, letterhead, fliers, and pamphlets. Sheetfed offset devices needed a bit less make-ready than webfed presses, produced less waste, and reached top speeds in a minute or so.

Variable Data Printing (VDP): on an Upward Growth Path

Tuesday, 19 May 2015 | By Bob Boucher, Senior Copywriter

Variable data printing, or VDP, has been widely accepted as a game-changing, industry-disrupting application enabled by digital printing. Drawing information and files stored in a database, VDP uses the varying assets – text, images, or graphics – that can be printed differently from page to page.