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Print to Digital: What Does It Mean?

Publisher's refer to shifting from print to digital as the process of moving from a physical print edition to a digital one.But printers often refer to the shift of print to digital as the process of moving away from offset (and other traditional forms) of printing to the use of toner-based or inkjet "digital" printing methods.

January 12, 2012 by Doc

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Checking in With Heidelberg on Digital Printing

Digital printing is meant for short turnaround jobs with more accurate counts and less wastage for not having to balance ink and water during the press run. While the unit cost of each piece may be higher than offset printing, when setup costs are included, digital printing provides lower per unit cost for very small print runs.

January 8, 2012 by Doc

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Case Study of Short-Run Book Printing

Immediately after installation, the InfoPrint 5000 provided cost-savings for BR. Previously, the company was outsourcing most color jobs and utilizing in-house cutsheet printers for its monochrome jobs. By replacing these models with the InfoPrint 5000, thereby eliminating the need for outsourcing, the company was able to realize bottom line increases.

January 5, 2012 by Doc

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Site Audit Makes It to 5

The release of SiteAudit v5.0 provides MPS providers with an integrated assessment report that utilizes key performance indicators (KPIs) built into SiteAudit software. The integration means a separate audit tool is not required.

December 27, 2011 by Doc

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Really Cool Way to Turn any MFP into a Test Grading System

Traditionally, multiple choice tests required either the purchase of a dedicated scanning system, or a large investment in time on the part of the teachers who are giving the exam. Dedicated scanning systems are an expensive investment. Now, rather than purchasing a dedicated scanner, schools can purchase Remark Office OMR, which will take the scanned images of a batch of tests and quickly and accurately convert these images into data.

December 25, 2011 by Doc

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