The Future of Inkjet Survey
In this survey we ask, what is the future of industrial inkjet?
This survey is conducted by Marcus Timson and Frazer Chesterman of FM Future. The objective is to gain insight and answers on key development questions that will be provided for no cost back to the inkjet, print and manufacturing community. By completing the survey we will provide you with a free advanced copy of the report when completed in the autumn. All responses are confidential.
We have known Brendan Perring for a number of years now since he was Editor at Link Publishing on SignLink and Print Monthly, running these magazines and being a key part of the team that launched The Print Show in the UK. Now, four months into the post, he is General Manager at the IPIA, and we discovered more about his plans for the future.
Deborah Corn is the Intergalactic Ambassador to the Printerverse. Deborah has 25+ years of experience working in advertising as a Print Producer. She currently provides Printspiration and resources to print and marketing professionals through Print Media Centr, working behind the scenes with printers, suppliers and industry organizations to help them create meaningful relationships with customers and achieve success with their social media and content marketing endeavors.
Mathew Faulkner has been the go to person at Canon Europe over the past few years for wide format, and is now heading up the marketing for production print. With the pressure on for digital printing to continue to grow, we talk about the challenges and whether print is still a viable sector with growth potential.
David Borg runs the digital marketing for Coloreel, a Swedish innovator with some very clever technology that is set to revolutionise the textile market. As far as we are concerned this is a superb example of what collaboration can achieve aligned to a patient vision of the future of inkjet. We caught up with him to ask him more.
We have known Patrick for a number of years now. He has supported InPrint, presented at our events and demonstrated that he is an inkjet innovator by leading some key projects and developments with his work at University of Sheffield. In this interview, Marcus Timson talks asks him about his next challenge which is focused on a key issue for Inkjet - Ink printability.
In a short space of time, Inkish has become a key source of insight, inspiration and information for the print industry. In this article, we talk to Morten B. Reitoft, Editor/CEO to find out more about Inkish and his views on the industry, new tech and market development.
In recent years Ricoh has burst onto the Industrial scene launching high-quality Inkjet print machinery displaying technical expertise, quality products and impressive speed to market. As a result, Ricoh has rapidly become a rising star in wide format, décor and DTG sectors. We caught up with Graham Kennedy, Head of Commercial Inkjet Business, Ricoh Europe and asked him some questions about Ricoh, their products and their vision for Inkjet’s future in wide format and beyond.
In this interview Inkjet innovator, Roland Biemans asserts that the industry is obsessed with selling the dream of total digital revolution and this could be holding back progress...
Recently, I talked to Paddy O’Hara of IIJ about his view of inkjet and how he sees it developing. IIJ is a business that has grown into a leader in the world of industrial inkjet development and in this interview Paddy gives his view and some examples of how IIJ are developing solutions to niche problems by using inkjet as an enabling technology.
I’m a Management major from Northeastern University but I’ve been studying and consulting in the large format digital printing business for over 20 years. For much of that time I was with InfoTrends now I have been with IDC for almost five years. In all that time I have conducted studies in just about every segment of the large format printing market I can think of and many of those multiple times.
With over 20 years in the digital printing industry, Simon Edwards, Product Manager at Global Inkjet Systems (GIS), has an experienced view of digital printing development. In this interview, he gives his insight and opinion as to where Inkjet is on the curve of adoption, what has changed over the last year since he joined GIS and some of the previously seen technical challenges that are being solved now.