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. The Océ ImageStream 3500 can run to up to 160m/min (525 ft/min) at 1200 x 1200 dpi, with flexible droplet modulation for even higher perceived image resolution. PSPs now only require one type of paper stock, giving customers the freedom to choose between technologies, whether it is digital or conventional, depending on job requirements (run length, turnaround time, print window). During this Webinar, you will hear how the product and its technologies have contributed to bottom-line results.