In May 2014, Canon announced the Océ ImageStream 3500, the first Océ full-color press that can print on offset coated paper stocks. This system helped strengthen Canon’s position in the publishing and commercial printing markets, and the latest development enables print service providers (PSPs) to consistently produce the same high-quality output across offset and digital production lines—eliminating the need for two different types of paper.
Transitioning to Inkjet
Since drupa 2000, we have seen an increasing focus on inkjet technology for the print on demand (POD) market. High-speed production color inkjet technology is closing the productivity gap between offset and digital printing. You get all the advantages of digital print plus high productivity and low consumable costs that make it very competitive with offset and suitable for high-volume printing. Join this Canon Solutions America webinar to discuss how inkjet technologies are impacting existing applications and opening new business opportunities.
High-speed production inkjet systems are producing high volumes for transactional and direct mail applications because of digital advantages that offset does not have. Discover key trends in corporate document production, inkjet’s impact on production, and considerations in determining if inkjet is right for your business.
Everyone is talking about inkjet. 2015 will mark the official launch of the Océ VarioPrint i300. This high-speed, sheetfed digital inkjet full-color press was unveiled at the Print '13 event and will be released this year. The system will combine the best, market-proven, sheet-fed technologies from Canon's portfolio with an innovative, patented four-color ink system. The Océ VarioPrint i300 can produce up to 3,800 duplexed B3 sheets and up to 8,500 duplexed letter sheets per hour, with volumes of up to 10 million letter size images per month.
Find out why the digital printing industry is buzzing about Inkjet. Update on the current and future applications for inkjet technology in color proofing, color printing, and black and white printing.
It's a hot topic in the printing market; the trend is a steady march to inkjet and color. But why? In this webcast, InfoTrends and DST Output point to higher levels of productivity, compelling cost of operation, and improved print quality offered by the newest high-speed inkjet systems. Attend the live webcast and receive a FREE copy of the InfoTrends whitepaper, High Speed Inkjet: Emerging Trends and Real World Applications.