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Technology Watch Back-Issue Index

 

ITEM 1 --- Volume 3, Number 7, May 1983 and Volume 3, Number 8/ June 1983

Optical Digital Storage at the Library of Congress

General Electric High Speed Printer

Harris Corporation Announces Local Area Network for Office Applications

R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company Satellite Services for Publishing and Financial Business Applications

Electronic Forms and Fonts Facility for Honeywell Page Processing System

American National Standard Proposed Matrix Character Sets

Eastman Kodak Optical Disk and Image Transmission

 

ITEM 2 --- Volume 6, Fall 2001

Printing Flexible Substrate Electronic Displays

Print to Stay but Paper May Go

Technology WatchvWho We Are

TAGA Announces October 2001 Stockholm Conference

The Future of Information Systems in Printing & Publishing

Communicating Across the Smart Factory World

Open Systems? PrintTalk CIP4 JDF vs. printCafe

The Eyes of the Smart Factory in Printing and Publishing

Electronic Camera Product Obsolescence is Now Less Than One Year

Heidelberg vs. Xerox

Some Perspective

The Optimum Flying Camera Platform

 

ITEM 3 --- Volume 7, Winter 2003

The First Large Sheet Color Electronic Printing Press

Presstek Plate Experience at Our Printer

27,500 Plates only 250 Remakes

Economic DNA

A New Way to Look at “Microeconomic Genes”

Printcafe’s PrintFlow

Succeeding in Solving Scheduling Needs

Books Worth Looking At

Barcoding Molecules

Electrochemical Imaging with “Nanobarcodes”

New Wildfire

Detection Research will Pinpoint Small Fires from 10,000 feet

 

ITEM 4 --- Volume 9, Fall 2004

Production Color Xerography Matches Offset Printing Quality

Xerox’s Groundbreaking High Density Multibeam Digital Color Printing Systems

How this Issue of Technology Watch was Printed

A Closer Technical Look at Imaging Dataflow on the Xerox Docucolor 8000

25 Times Greater than Digital TV

Multiple Screening Methods within a Single Image

Perforated Dots Improve Image Reproduction on Older Equipment

 

ITEM 5 --- Volume 11, Fall 2006

 

Kodak NexPress Matching Offset and more

Special Insert - Experimental Continuous Tone Demonstration An In-Hand Look at the

Future of Color Digital Printing

NexPress Integrated Coating Solutions

Stability and Reliability Street Performance

New Screening Delivers Benefits for Digital Color

An Update on Inline Automated Booklet Production

 

ITEM 6 --- Special Issue, May 2006

 

EFI Fiery Q5500 Server Matching Offset With the Xerox iGen3 Digital Press

Enhancing Production Color Printing and Much More

Looking Deeper into EFI Fiery Q5500 Designed for the iGen3

EFI Fiery Q5500 Server Matching Offset

Trapping & EFI’s Production Management

 

ITEM 7 --- Special Issue, August 2007

 

Advances in Xerox’s DocuColor 8000AP Digital Press

Enhanced Engineering Increases Productivity Up To 100% on Printed Cover Stock

Cover Stock Electronically Printed Image Comparison Test

DC8000AP Focus on Enhanced Engineering

Key to the DC8000AP is Fusing the Toner Image on Heavy Stock at Highest Speed

Xerox Engineers in Their Own Words on the DC8000AP’s Heat Fusing Technology

Xerox Applies LED Based Spectrophotometer to Online Color Control

 

ITEM 8 --- Special Issue, September 2007

 

Kodak NexPress M700

Kodak NexPress M700 Delivers Impressive Color Printed Images

The M700 Has Twice the Reliability Thanks to Operator Replaceable Components

ORC’s

NexStation RIP Control and Workflow Further Distinguishes the M700

 

ITEM 9 --- Special Issue, August 2008

 

Advances in Xerox’s DocuColor 8000AP Digital Press

Enhanced Engineering Increases Productivity up to 100% on Printed Cover Stock

Cover Stock Electronically Printed Image Comparison Test

DC8000AP Focus on Enhanced Engineering

Key to the DC8000AP is Fusing the Toner Image on Heavy Stock at Highest Speed

Advances in Xerox’s DocuColor 8000AP Digital Press

Xerox Engineers in Their Own Words on the DC8000AP’s Heat Fusing Technology

Select Xerox DC8000 AP Integrated Engineering Enhancements

Xerox Applies LED Based Spectrophotometer to Online Color Control

 

ITEM 10 --- Special Issue, April 2010

 

Production Innovations Found in the Xerox Color 800/1000 Digital Presses

Quick Look Under the Hood of the Xerox 800/1000

EA Toner Evolution

Xerox 800/1000 High Speed Image Writing System

Compact Design

Fusing Images at Higher Speed

Keeping Cool

Resolution Gamut

Exciting New Ways to Measure Printing – A Demonstration

Resolution Gamut Comparison

 

ITEM 11 --- Special Issue, Spring 2013

 

Accomplishments of Kodak Prosper Inkjet Printing

Kodak’s Sustained Impact on Inkjet Book Printing

Under the Hood of the Prosper 1000

Two Engineering Approaches to Implementing Inkjet on Press

Getting Real: The New Definition of “High Speed”

Truth in Actual Performance – Not Advertising

How Does Kodak Do It?Inkjet Mechanism Analogy

Kodak Stream Ink Jet Engine

Kodak Prosper Inkjet Inks

Nanoparticle Ink-Kodak’s Micromedia Milling Secret

Kodak Reduces Humectants, Reduces Cost, Reduces Sensitivity to Area Coverage and Achieves Better Printing

Concluding Points on Ink

Kodak Prosper vs. HP T Line of Inkjet Presses

Opposites with Attractive Printing

Examples of Opposites

Common Elements – Both Print on Paper in Same Market

Kodak 5000XL and HP T400: Dot Structure Assessment Image Comparison

Attributes of Higher Quality Printed Images

Inject Dot Morphology Comparison

Included – Printed Kodak Prosper Image Quality Demonstration

Kodak’s Three Level Inkjet Paper Program

Solution 1: Print on Selected

Solution 2: Work with paper Manufacturers to Engineer Papers for Kodak Inks and Presses

Solution3: Integrate a Pre-coating Subsystem within the Inkjet Press to Adapt to Plain Papers

On-Press Pre-coating with the Kodak Image Optimized Station – IOS

IOS Coating Mechanism

Evaluating an IOS Sample

Kodak’s Paper Rating Approach

NewPage TrueJet Paper

 

ITEM 12 --- Volume 6, Fall 2001

Printing Flexible Substrate Electronic Displays

Print to Stay but Paper May Go

Technology Watch

Who We Are

TAGA Announces October 2001 Stockholm Conference

The Future of Information Systems in Printing & Publishing

Communicating Across the Smart Factory World

Open Systems? PrintTalk CIP4 JDF vs. printCafe

The Eyes of the Smart Factory in Printing and Publishing

Electronic Camera Product Obsolescence is Now Less Than One Year

Heidelberg vs. Xerox

Some Perspective

The Optimum Flying Camera Platform

 

ITEM 13 --- Volume 7, Winter 2003

The First Large Sheet Color Electronic Printing Press

Presstek Plate Experience at Our Printer

27,500 Plates only 250 Remakes

Economic DNA

A New Way to Look at “Microeconomic Genes”

Printcafe’s PrintFlow

Succeeding in Solving Scheduling Needs

Books Worth Looking At

Barcoding Molecules

Electrochemical Imaging with “Nanobarcodes”

New Wildfire

Detection Research will Pinpoint Small Fires from 10,000 feet

 

ITEM 14 --- Volume 9, Fall 2004

Production Color Xerography Matches Offset Printing Quality

Xerox’s Groundbreaking High Density Multibeam Digital Color Printing Systems

How this Issue of Technology Watch was Printed

A Closer Technical Look at Imaging Dataflow on the Xerox Docucolor 8000

25 Times Greater than Digital TV

Multiple Screening Methods within a Single Image

Perforated Dots Improve Image Reproduction on Older Equipment

 

ITEM 15 --- Volume 11, Fall 2006

 

Kodak NexPress Matching Offset and more

Special Insert - Experimental Continuous Tone Demonstration An In-Hand Look at the

Future of Color Digital Printing

NexPress Integrated Coating Solutions

Stability and Reliability Street Performance

New Screening Delivers Benefits for Digital Color

An Update on Inline Automated Booklet Production

 

ITEM 16 --- Special Issue, May 2006

 

EFI Fiery Q5500 Server Matching Offset With the Xerox iGen3 Digital Press

Enhancing Production Color Printing and Much More

Looking Deeper into EFI Fiery Q5500 Designed for the iGen3

EFI Fiery Q5500 Server Matching Offset

Trapping & EFI’s Production Management

 

ITEM 17 --- Special Issue, August 2007

 

Advances in Xerox’s DocuColor 8000AP Digital Press

Enhanced Engineering Increases Productivity Up To 100% on Printed Cover Stock

Cover Stock Electronically Printed Image Comparison Test

DC8000AP Focus on Enhanced Engineering

Key to the DC8000AP is Fusing the Toner Image on Heavy Stock at Highest Speed

Xerox Engineers in Their Own Words on the DC8000AP’s Heat Fusing Technology

Xerox Applies LED Based Spectrophotometer to Online Color Control

 

ITEM 18 --- Special Issue, September 2007

 

Kodak NexPress M700

Kodak NexPress M700 Delivers Impressive Color Printed Images

The M700 Has Twice the Reliability Thanks to Operator Replaceable Components

ORC’s

NexStation RIP Control and Workflow Further Distinguishes the M700

 

ITEM 19 --- Special Issue, August 2008

 

Advances in Xerox’s DocuColor 8000AP Digital Press

Enhanced Engineering Increases Productivity up to 100% on Printed Cover Stock

Cover Stock Electronically Printed Image Comparison Test

DC8000AP Focus on Enhanced Engineering

Key to the DC8000AP is Fusing the Toner Image on Heavy Stock at Highest Speed

Advances in Xerox’s DocuColor 8000AP Digital Press

Xerox Engineers in Their Own Words on the DC8000AP’s Heat Fusing Technology

Select Xerox DC8000 AP Integrated Engineering Enhancements

Xerox Applies LED Based Spectrophotometer to Online Color Control

 

ITEM 20 --- Special Issue, April 2010

 

Production Innovations Found in the Xerox Color 800/1000 Digital Presses

Quick Look Under the Hood of the Xerox 800/1000

EA Toner Evolution

Xerox 800/1000 High Speed Image Writing System

Compact Design

Fusing Images at Higher Speed

Keeping Cool

Resolution Gamut

Exciting New Ways to Measure Printing – A Demonstration

Resolution Gamut Comparison

 

ITEM 21 --- Special Issue, Spring 2013

 

Accomplishments of Kodak Prosper Inkjet Printing

Kodak’s Sustained Impact on Inkjet Book Printing

Under the Hood of the Prosper 1000

Two Engineering Approaches to Implementing Inkjet on Press

Getting Real: The New Definition of “High Speed”

Truth in Actual Performance – Not Advertising

How Does Kodak Do It?

Inkjet Mechanism Analogy

Kodak Stream Ink Jet Engine

Kodak Prosper Inkjet Inks

Nanoparticle Ink-Kodak’s Micromedia Milling Secret

Kodak Reduces Humectants, Reduces Cost, Reduces Sensitivity to Area Coverage and Achieves Better Printing

Concluding Points on Ink

Kodak Prosper vs. HP T Line of Inkjet Presses

Opposites with Attractive Printing

Examples of Opposites

Common Elements – Both Print on Paper in Same Market

Kodak 5000XL and HP T400: Dot Structure Assessment Image Comparison

Attributes of Higher Quality Printed Images

Inject Dot Morphology Comparison

Included – Printed Kodak Prosper Image Quality Demonstration

Kodak’s Three Level Inkjet Paper Program

Solution 1: Print on Selected

Solution 2: Work with paper Manufacturers to Engineer Papers for Kodak Inks and Presses

Solution3: Integrate a Pre-coating Subsystem within the Inkjet Press to Adapt to Plain Papers

On-Press Pre-coating with the Kodak Image Optimized Station – IOS

IOS Coating Mechanism

Evaluating an IOS Sample

Kodak’s Paper Rating Approach

NewPage TrueJet Paper

 

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