edge printing

edge printing

[′ej ‚print·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
A preprinted identification along the edge of film.
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The new inkjet models combine new elegant designs along with cutting edge printing technology to meet basic and advanced printing needs of the business and home segment users, the company said.
This latest addition to Euromark's extensive range of continuous ink jet printers and sophisticated barcode systems puts the company at the forefront of cutting edge printing technology.
Once the picture is uploaded, personalized cards will take a little bit longer to produce because of additional time in the so-called edge to edge printing process and will be a bit more expensive, but not a lot, Raymond said.
"As the demand for leading edge printing solutions grows world-wide, at Xerox we pride ourselves in listening to our customers needs and investing in R&D to deliver systems that are: Simpler, faster, smaller, smarter, with increased security, and more socially responsible, all the while, continuing to leverage our innovative approach to build greener technologies," added Gale.
In June it announced a 90 million Euro investment to build a new state-of-the-art packaging material factory in Pakistan and 30 million Euros in leading edge printing and laminating technologies at its packaging materials plant in Monte Mor, Brazil.
South Miami, FL, September 30, 2014 --(PR.com)-- An innovative and highly functional new twist on a cutting edge printing device, the 8x 3-D Printer, has been developed by Paul Jensen of Grand Junction, Colorado.