Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Signs of life at Kodak: Stream Print Heads

Sorry guys, I hate the name Prosper. I love the name S10. But that's just me. In any case, variable data on web offset presses is a killer app, in my not so humble opinion.

I especially like is "successfully installed at customer beta sites worldwide" and "now commercially available." If it works on newsprints get the meetings with the regional newspaper publishers. Or get the meeting with Vertis. Unfortunately, RRD is probably busy inventing their own.

If they can print QR codes, it's golden. If they can print dynamic QR it's platinum. It gets to clickable newspapers. The publishers will love clickable newspapers. The CMO's will love clickable newspapers. The high school kids will love clickable newspapers.

Go Kodak!

KODAK Stream Inkjet Technology Drives KODAK PROSPER S10 Imprinting System
from WhatTheyThink:
Wednesday, June 17, 2009

CHICAGO -- The commercial inkjet platform of the future is available today, as Kodak rapidly advances its breakthrough Stream Inkjet Technology. In commercializing the S10 Imprinting System, formerly referred to as the Stream Printhead, Kodak also announced it is branding all products using Stream Inkjet Technology under the KODAK PROSPER family name.

The new KODAK PROSPER S10 Imprinting System, the first product deploying Stream Inkjet Technology, is successfully installed at customer beta sites worldwide and is now commercially available. The monochrome continuous inkjet solution for inline digital printing on high-speed web devices delivers offset class, variable data printing with significant savings on production costs for direct mail, catalogs, magazines, newspapers, inserts, and transactional"

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