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Kodak showed the next generation of continuous ink-jet printing technology on drupa

Kodak launched Kodak stream P on drupa 2008 on the concept of model rint equipped with hydraulic chuck, showing the next generation of continuous ink-jet printing technology: Kodak stream ink-jet printing technology

the concept of full-color, high-speed stream print demonstrates how continuous inkjet printing technology can achieve lithographic quality, productivity and cost in commercial applications. Stream printing has a resolution of more than 600dpi, a very small drop size, a high accuracy drop layout, and a fast production speed of more than 500 frames per minute

continuous inkjet technology is shifting to new markets, focusing on commercial printers who need very high production. Stream technology will be the basis for commercial printers to enter continuous ink-jet printing. These printers produce 10 million pages or more per month and hope to bring the advantages of digital printing, such as variable data, short stroke, personalization or version management, into the work that usually uses lithographic brushes

stream technology and Kodak's professional technology combination of color management, workflow, ink and photosensitive substrate will jointly provide unparalleled digital printing solutions for commercial lithography printers. Isidre rosello, general manager of Kodak inkjet printing solutions department, said: with the advantages of lithographic quality, reliability, throughput and operating cost, stream technology will become a unique platform that allows more printers to take full advantage of digital growth opportunities through inkjet technology

in addition to the stream inkjet printing system, stream concept printing will also make full use of Kodak's development in ink and media to provide pigment based inks for commercial printers, which can provide outstanding color saturation and durability. Printers who used full-color continuous inkjet technology in the past cannot use dyed water quality ink or high-cost inkjet coating photosensitive substrate, such as DuPont, Bayer, BASF, Dow Chemical, Breyer, Shicheng, Xinle Huabao, etc. have launched their own solutions to print on uncoated paper. Stream technology will allow customers to produce a wider range of products with more photosensitive substrate options, whether coated or uncoated

The stream concept printing has been shown to selected companies at Kodak's facility in Dayton, Ohio. Stream technology will bring many exciting reforms in this industry, and the demonstration of this technology will show its amazing lithography grade solutions. Ronen Cohen, vice president of marketing of Kodak inkjet printing solutions, said: stream technology provides many flexible functions, which can meet the needs of commercial printers in applications such as direct mail, catalogues and advertising inserts. Stream technology is one of the foundations that can consolidate Kodak's leadership in inkjet innovation. The feedback from the demonstration in Dayton was quite good

stream concept printing technology demonstration and other Kodak inkjet products will be presented on the Kodak display stand in D01 area of hall 5 in druba 2008

Kodak products are supported by Kodak services and support. Kodak service and support has more than 3000 experts in 120 countries. This leading organization spans suppliers, provides integrated services, and comprehensively carries out consulting, installation, maintenance and support services, covering commercial printing, graphic and image, commercial image, data storage and other industries. Kodak's service and support experts will spare no effort to help customers control costs, improve production capacity and reduce the risk of business development of this process by virtue of their rich expertise pointed out in the plan

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