Cut-sheet Inkjet: Affordable for Your In-plant
Sponsored by: Riso
Speakers: Chuck Gerlach, Graphic Design and Visual Communications Instructor, Somerville High School and Rodney Davis, Director of Information Technology, Windstar Cruises
Production inkjet printing has moved beyond expensive roll-fed devices. Affordable cut-sheet inkjet printers can bring major productivity gains to your in-plant, saving you thousands of dollars in the process.
In this webinar we will hear from in-plants that have been using cut-sheet inkjet to lower their costs, boost productivity on full-color printing and bring work back in-house. Thanks to inkjet, in-plants are expanding into direct mail, variable data and transactional printing and eliminating the need for preprinted forms. Plus, they can now print on specialty stocks like Tyvec and envelopes, broadening the range of products they can print.
With a much lower initial investment than comparable toner-based machines, cut-sheet production inkjet devices use a quarter of the electricity of those devices, bringing inkjet well within the reach of most in-plants. And with fewer moving parts and no fusing required, maintenance costs are much lower, as well. As an added plus, inkjet-printed pieces run more reliably through mail processing equipment.