By Dieter Finna, Printing Engineer
The Graphic Communication Advisors Group—GCAG (https://hrlevenson.wixsite.com/gcag) published a third paper by Printing Engineer, Dieter Finna.
Finna explores several new developments from Xeikon that set fresh highlights in digital printing. On the one hand, Finna notes, the speed-trimmed LX3000 digital press offers higher productivity in label printing. However, then there’s TITON toner technology that opens up new areas of application in flexible packaging as well as in print finishing. Finally, Finna stresses that there has been a fundamental improvement in the sustainability of the dry toner process itself.
Finna spent many years at Flint Group and held various positions in the printing plate and ink business. He founded pack.consult in 2016, a platform for content marketing and packaging printing consulting: www.pack-consult.org
Finna’s full article appears here:
Harvey Levenson, Cal Poly Emeritus Professor and GCAG coordinator, said: “Finna presents some seminal insights into the use of dry toner for digital printing and has become a welcome contributing author to the GCAC. We invite others from industry and education to submit original articles of value to the graphic communication industry.”
Members of the press and other industry associations are invited to reprint and/or distribute Mr. Finna’s paper.
Dieter Finna is a printing engineer with a broad expertise in the label printing and packaging industry. In his many years at Flint Group, he held various positions in the printing plate and ink business. He founded pack.consult in 2016, a platform for content marketing and packaging printing consulting (www.pack-consult.org).
About the Graphic Communication Advisors Group (GCAG)
The Raymond J. Prince Graphic Communication Advisors Group are industry thought leaders, specialists, and experts accessible to the printing, publishing, packaging, and related communities. (https://hrlevenson.wixsite.com/gcag). The group provides fresh, outside perspectives representing a broad range of experiences and a long term commitment to all facets of the graphic arts industries. Many of the GCAG consultants and practitioners are industry’s “household names” and best-known managers, technologists, scientists, researchers, authors, and Expert Witnesses. They bring the power of their deep expertise and problem-solving acumen to bear on training and solving difficult problems.