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Digital needs to inspire the brands

Kodak’s drive to bolster its share of the packaging sector, as voiced in the summer of 2017, seemed unlikely to be followed by the sale of the division most specifically targeted at that sector, namely the Flexible Packaging Division (FPD).

Kodak sets out stream for Ultra tech

It’s pretty incredible to think that the history of Kodak’s inkjet business dates back half a century, to Mead’s ‘jet ink transfer’ solution for military mapping.

Toner specialist turns on to inkjet

It’s all change at Xeikon. As of next month the Belgian digital press manufacturer will have a new chief executive. And as of last month this long-time exponent of the merits of toner-based print technology has a shiny new inkjet label press. Yes, that’s right. Inkjet.

Landa: Serial showman lifts the tempo again

"It’s like composing a symphony and conducting an orchestra where none of the players have played together before, and they are all playing new instruments. For that to come together and turn into a symphony and not a cacophony requires a lot of things to come together.”

Xaar: renewed ambitions in milestone year

This is a big year for Xaar. For a start, the Cambridge-headquartered inkjet developer is celebrating its 25th anniversary, providing the business with perfect opportunity to show-case its track record of continuous innovation.

Brother’s springboard to new markets

It’s 30 years since Domino Printing Sciences floated on the stock market. As it happens, the year of this anniversary will also involve the company being de-listed – assuming all goes to plan with Brother’s £1bn recommended bid for the group.

Everything you want in one place (and nothing you don’t)

Held in the picturesque Swiss city of Lucerne every two years, Hunkeler Innovationdays, which focuses on inkjet continuous-feed printing and direct mail applications, has grown from humble beginnings into one of the biggest specialist shows on today’s print and finishing calendar.

Is digital cutsheet about to take off?

Among the proliferation of print-related conferences, IMI has maintained a reputation for providing a mix of new technologies and their application that reflect on functional developments, while providing clues about what’s on the cusp of moving into the graphic arts mainstream.

Ink costs are key to high-speed inkjet

It’s a regular staple of the tabloid press, a shock-horror headline stating that consumers are paying more for their desktop printer ink than they’d pay for vintage champagne.

Can Xerox secure the inkjet crown?

How about this for a stat? Last year, Xerox sold a record number of iGens. Who knew?

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