SCREEN Americas is sponsoring a webinar developed specifically for print operations considering the applications and potential benefits of introducing roll-fed inkjet production capabilities to their print offerings.
‘Assessing Continuous-feed Inkjet for Your Print Operation’ will present valuable, objective information pertinent to print managers and owners who businesses may fall anywhere within the spectrum of print services. The discussion, which will also include a Q&A session throughout the hour-long program, will cover a range of considerations for printers just learning about inkjet to those well into their evaluations of specific options and configurations.
Aron Allenson, SCREEN Americas’ product manager for the popular Truepress Jet520 series presses is the featured speaker. Allenson’s 12-year tenure at SCREEN and his role as Customer Success Manager for Strategic Accounts is testimony to his status a highly respected expert in the field of continuous feed inkjet.
The webinar, staged by two leading US print industry trade publications, will highlight those applications best suited for inkjet; will include questions printers should ask as they research the technology; the key differences between continuous-feed inkjet, toner, and litho technologies; and how variable data can open up new opportunities. There will be a group of panelists, along with a moderator, that will field questions and provide industry insight into these high-interest topics.
A leader in the print industry, SCREEN Americas manufactures a series of high-speed continuous-feed inkjet printers. Its flagship model, the Truepress Jet520HD, is among the best-selling inkjet machines for the direct mail and transactional markets, and is quickly becoming the preferred technology among commercial printers looking to complement and supplement their offset capabilities.
The event is set for Thursday, July 30 from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. EDT. The webinar is free to attend with registration available at: SCREENAmericas.com/Register. The event can be viewed live or on demand for 90 days.