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Aliasprint Widens Application Offering and Increases Sales with KODAK NEXPRESS SX3300 Press
Founded in 2008 in the southwest of France by Vincent Abadie and his wife Camille, Aliasprint is a commercial printing house specializing in small and large-format digital printing. From day one, the firm has been aggressive about its growth and laser focused on meeting its customer’s evolving needs. Underpinning Aliasprint’s success is a guiding philosophy they call "a different kind of printing." In 2011, the company decided to join forces with the RSP group, an Aliasprint customer at the time, to create a full-service design and print production agency. Today, the combined company’s 9,500 square meter facility in Toulouse serves large enterprises and communications agencies with offset printing up to 72 x 106 cm (28.34 x 41.73 in), an advertising agency, a multimedia studio, a specialized communication unit, and a logistics and distribution service. The company guarantees fast response times throughout the entire production process, from design through to del
Kodak installs world's first PROSPER 6000S press for folding cartons at Zumbiel Digital
Kodak today further expanded its footprint in the folding carton market by announcing the world's first installation of a KODAK PROSPER 6000S simplex color inkjet web press for packaging applications at Zumbiel Digital. Based in Hebron, Kentucky, USA, Zumbiel – one of the country's largest independent paperboard packaging companies – provides a range of packaging solutions to clients in the food, beverage and healthcare markets. A need for greater production capacity as well as better digital capabilities led to the company ultimately investing in the PROSPER 6000S. Ed Zumbiel, President, Zumbiel Digital, explains: "Our customers are running more and more marketing campaigns requiring mass versioning, but have not been able to include paperboard in the mix due to digital's high cost and low output. We therefore needed to find a digital technology with production capacity and print quality that would be suitable for market-leading brands. After evaluating several tech
Is Your CTP Device or Digital Press Vulnerable to Hacking?
If you have an older platemaking system or digital press, you should be taking some steps to protect your print business from computer viruses and other forms of cyber attacks. The recent “WannaCry” ransomware used a flaw in Microsoft’s software to lock files so they couldn’t be used until the user paid a ransom to cyber criminals, and new malware is being developed and released continuously. Cyber attacks can cause costly interruptions and loss of data for any business, and print businesses are no exception. Printers that are using older equipment or equipment purchased secondhand could be particularly vulnerable. Below are recommendations from Kodak on some things you can do to protect the Digital Front End of your NexPress Press or workstation of your Kodak Platesetter, so you can keep running without interruption from possible future software attacks. Enable Automatic Software Updates Be sure to install and enable the Automatic Updates provi