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Hear from customers who are using the newest in electrophotographic technologies: NEXFINITY and NEXPRESS panel discussion
- March 26, 2018
Earlier this month, Kodak hosted approximately 250 guests in the company’s Rochester headquarters for its first ever Taking Print Further event.
Over two exciting days, Printers, Analysts, Press and Industry Influencers convened to discuss today’s print industry market trends and where Print is ultimately heading into the future.
Participants also gained first-hand experience of important new product innovations in the process free, digital printing and functional printing categories – and heard from Printers who are using the latest Kodak technology and integrated solutions to improve their profitability, sustainability and growth potential in new adjacencies. Two new product introductions were highlighted:
- KODAK SONORA X Process Free Plates, a game-changing new addition to the SONORA family, enabling up to 80% of the marketplace to transition to process free with this truly mainstream product.
- The KODAK NEXFINITY Digital Press, with a high-resolution multi-bit LED writing system is capable of running the widest range of applications including transactional, direct mail, packaging, commercial print and photobooks.
Check out the panel-led discussion featuring printers who are currently using the KODAK NEXPRESS Digital Platform, including one who is experiencing the benefits of the new NEXFINITY first-hand as a beta user. You can also hear from the Kodak development team that was there to discuss the high resolution multi-bit LED writing system that drives this new product, along with the expanded market applications and growth opportunities now available through the Kodak NEXPRESS portfolio.
“This event was all about having our printers really understand how far Kodak has come over the last several years with all the new product introductions. We also want to share our plans for where we can take Print, and make sure we’re helping printers to be more profitable and sustainable along the way,” said Brad Kruchten, President PSD – and host of Taking Print Further.