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Creo Will Resell Xerox Digital Systems, While Xerox and Kodak Polychrome End Pact

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In the beginning of drop-on-demand wide-format inkjet printing, there was only one type of ink: aqueous dye.( The first superwide inkjets were more like digital sign-painting machines than today's drop-on-demand inkjets. Yes, they used solvent-based, pigmented inks, but instead of conventional inkjet printheads, they used digital “airbrush” technology to output graphics at resolutions in the 72 dpi range.) These water-based inks used easy-to-mix dyes as colorants to provide exceptionally wide color gamuts.

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Interior Décor and Textile Printing: What Equipment Do You Need?

The First Installment of the new Interior Décor and Textiles Webinar Series, Bridging the Gap Between Commercial Peel-and-Stick Wall Graphics & Professional Home Décor, focuses on the technology used for these applications. Our expert panel of speakers cover topics such as what equipment to purchase, what to look for when purchasing, and the various applications you can offer with the equipment you currently have. Watch the first episode, sponsored by TVF, above.

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