Inkjet Press Diaries
Oh my goodness, it seems that I have been ranting about inkjet presses for as long I have been blogging. Well, for the amusement of my readers, I have put together a fun page of everything I have ever said about inkjet presses.
And it's all negative. Well, mostly. Hopefully, some of it is at least entertaining.
Story on financial numbers from Epson and HP: Is the inkjet revenue model broken yet?
I'm not the only one who thinks inkjet presses are a joke.
I dig further into the details of the inkjet conspiracy and surprise, surprise, it's about the Benjamins.
A major customers says no to buying inkjet presses from the vendors and whips up one of their own.
News story on the fake rumour that Kodak was going to sell the Nexpress division. Too bad for Kodak it was fake.
HP, the major inkjet press vendor, decides to compete head-to-head with its customer base.
In case you haven't noticed, I'm an inkjet bigot. And here are my eight reasons why I hate inkjet.
Musings on Kodak's inkjet strategy. Conclusion: They don't have one.
Epson takes a potshot at Kodak over inkjet. They musta lost a half point of marketshare.
I point out the obvious. No really, printers aren't too keen on buying a piece of equipment that locks them into buying consumables from one company for twenty years.
Lastly, variable printing is supposed to be the killer application for an inkjet press, but I post here on the reasons why variable printing is not taking off.
Thank you, thank you ladies and gentlemen, I'm here all week...