As production inkjet devices become more and more common in press rooms many companies are looking for ways to integrate finishing equipment so projects can be completed inline. The less time the project takes the more efficient it becomes the more money in the printers pocket. Well better said than done.
The key is looking at the projects you’re doing on the production inkjet equipment and accessing what areas of the finishing could be done on the back-end inline. If it is something common like perforating pages then you should look at a dynamic perforating machine that will work with the production inkjet device.
The writer asks you to focus on four different areas when making a decision.
Inline versus Offline
The Cost Question
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Source: My Print Resource