On Demand Show PreviewMay 2012
For it’s 19th year, the On Demand Conference and Exposition has gone back to its roots. After several years on the road (Philadelphia, Boston, Washington, D.C.) it will return to New York this year, taking place June 13-14 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Here’s just a small sampling of some of the products that will be on display.
Wide Scanners, MFPs
Contex will be showing the HD Ultra 4290I+ high-resolution wide-format scanner and the SD3615 wide-format MFP solution, which scans, copies, prints and e-mails. The HD Ultra 4290I+ is for high-volume, wide-format scanning jobs that are quality critical and time sensitive. It is a true work horse for wide-format scanning. The SD3615 is a perfect complement to any wide-format printer, turning it into a real-time large-format all-in-one device. Contex scanners are printer neutral and can turn any wide-format printer into an all-in-one device. Contex will be partnering with Promark Technologies, a distributor of Contex large and small imaging products, as well as small-format scanners and a variety of storage systems. —www.contex.com
Range of Laminators on Display
LEDCO Inc. is a U.S. manufacturer of laminating equipment. In partnership with its parent company, Graphic Laminating, LEDCO offers a wide variety of laminating equipment from 20˝ to 64˝ wide, running at speeds from one to 65 feet per minute. All LEDCO machines carry a two-year parts and labor warranty. LEDCO offers solutions ranging from one-off poster mounting to high-speed automatic systems. —www.ledcoinc.com
The Aerocut air feed slitter/cutter/creaser from MBM Corp. provides an ideal finishing solution for digital applications. It combines high-speed production, easy setup and laser-sharp accuracy. Brochures, business cards, post cards, CD jackets and more can be creased and trimmed in one operation. A wide range of stocks including gloss, laminated and UV-coated can be creased without cracking, even with full-bleed coverage. The touch-screen control panel comes pre-programmed with 83 templates, and up to 50 more can be stored in memory. —www.mbmcorp.com