Controlling and cutting costs is a major key to survival in our continually challenged economy, as every print firm manager knows. Printing processes put ink or toner on paper, and therein lay two huge ongoing costs. For digital press owners, consumables are a cost of doing business and a necessary evil at the same time. They hear the ca-ching of the supplies cash register resonate every shift, every day, every week. Monthly click charges can be bad enough, but “that Indigo [press] is like electronic heroin,” jests one industry scrutinizer, who wishes to remain anonymous. “HP gets you hooked...
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July 19, 2010
From Jack Miller
Are we talking about papers that are designed for digital print, or papers that just happen to be printed digitally