Archives by Tag 'Xeikon'

Xeikon on a roll.

Last updated: Thursday, October 19, 2017

After holding the Xeikon Café in Europe for several years, Xeikon brought the event to North America this week in Chicago. While primarily a user conference, Xeikon took the opportunity to add in a press conference and provide new insight on their strategy and positioning. One of the key positioning elements for Xeikon today is [...]

100+ PPM Digital Toner Presses on Display at Graph Expo 2015

Last updated: Thursday, November 5, 2015

In the market for a digital color press?  Looking for something fast, say 100 ppm or faster?  While there is a lot of buzz around inkjet the color digital presses that are selling today for high quality graphics applications are primarily toner-based. (I’m including Indigo’s ElectroInk in this group as well.)  The inkjet cutsheet presses [...]

Digital Press Capabilities Expanding with Special Inks and Special Effects

Last updated: Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Recently Xerox announced the availability of gold and silver metallic inks for the Xerox 800/1000 press and Ricoh announced white and clear inks are available on the Ricoh Pro C7110X. These two announcements are part of an ongoing trend in which digital press manufacturers are expanding digital printing capabilities to offer customers a market advantage [...]

When is an in-plant not an in-plant?

Last updated: Thursday, December 4, 2014

Just before Thanksgiving I visited a printing company called Labels in Motion. Labels in Motion is a label printing company which uses a Xeikon 3500 to service a wide range of industries such as food services, industrial, beauty products, cleaning supplies, marketing and others with their number one client, by far, being Xymogen – a [...]

Graph Expo 2014 Digital Press Review

Last updated: Friday, November 7, 2014

For those of us who have been to a few Graph Expo’s the first thing we noticed as we walked in was the registration area was in the Heidelberg booth, well not really in the Heidelberg booth, but in the space where the Heidelberg booth used to be, which means the footprint of the show [...]