March 21, 2017
Forty-five direct mail and commercial print executives gathered at SCREEN Americas’ demonstration center near Chicago for a closer look at Truepress technology.
The recent convocation of print professionals curious about the trending high-speed inkjet technology offered by SCREEN and Komori, partnering together in this direct mail/commercial printing space, had decision makers looking under the hood, kicking tires and experiencing a test drive that thrilled the throng.
SCREEN’s industry-leading Truepress Jet520HD inkjet printing system is fueling new and fast-growing adoption of the high-definition output machine among printers who want speed, print quality and dependable performance for their operations. The SCREEN Truepress Jet520ZZ, another high-achiever, was also demonstrated as another way to “Achieve the Extraordinary.”
SCREEN also demonstrated the new SC Ink for the Truepress Jet520HD, showcasing the printer’s breakthrough ability to print the highest image quality to standard offset papers at high production speeds without any pretreatment or jetted bonding agents. Representatives from Verso and Sappi were on hand to discuss the significant costs saving implications that this new ink technology provides to business owners.
The event was part of a daylong “test track” experience that started in the morning at Komori America in Rolling Meadows, IL, and continued in the afternoon at SCREEN America’s corporate offices and demo center, just down the road in Rolling Meadows.
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Commercial print/marketing solutions provider, Prisma, based in Phoenix, AZ, has earned a well-deserved reputation in the Southwestern US as a ‘leading edge’ technology-driven company.
Early in 2013, the first of two SCREEN industry-leading Truepress Jet520 series high-speed production inkjet press engines were installed at L & D Mail Masters Inc. in New Albany, Indiana. The press proved its value at startup, just 6 days after it landed on the production floor.