Friday, March 20, 2009

Oce just keeps on keeping on with books and newspapers

So what about that call from Oce to Kodak or Kodak to Oce? Most of the Screen technology is going to go on web litho presses anyway. Kodak knows every newspaper in the States. Or maybe someone will meet someone at OnDemand in Philadelphia? Now that would be a show stopper!
Oce announces 30" wide inkjet web press -
from WhatTheyThink:

"Friday, March 20, 2009
Venlo, The Netherlands -- Oce, an international leader in digital document management and delivery, today announced the new Oce JetStream 2800 system designed to support the market’s accelerating transition from offset to digital printing. Now with the industry’s fastest inkjet printing on a 30” wide web, the Oce JetStream 2800 system expands the family’s range of applications. It brings more power to newspaper and book printing, and customers benefit from increased revenue opportunities for their full color ink jet production printers. . . .

The system incorporates a growth path from monochrome up to full color enabling cost efficient print production of newspapers, books, direct mail and other jobs. . . .

First shipments of the JetStream 2800 are planned for the end of 2009 with general availability by early 2010.

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