It is quite rare when visitors can see live demonstrations of two practical production workflows in one location. However, right next to HP at the Dscoop7 exhibition, March 22-24 in Washington, DC, PriscoDigital will demonstrate just that with its Platinum Partner Esko and a RIP solution by Caldera.
Prisco and Esko will be creating, printing and finishing 3D POP / POS displays as well as some interesting 2D samples. The wide format inkjet workflow will feature an Esko i-cut Suite front-end workflow, preparing files for print while creating cutting instructions for the finishing table. PDF print files will travel to a Caldera RIP before being printed on an HP Scitex FB 700 Printer. Printed sheets will be cut on an Esko Kongsberg i-XP 24 finishing table. The complete solution is perfect for anyone who needs to create printed material requiring multiple shapes and cutouts. The booth will also highlight the HP Scitex LX 850 printer and the complete Esko Suite 10 portfolio of packaging workflow solutions. Prisco and Esko welcome Dscoop attendees to schedule personalized demos.
"Many of our customers are looking for technologies that they can immediateley integrate into their business, that will provide new innovative products for their customers. They also seeking ways to better differentiate their busnesses from their competition," remarks Eric A. Gutwillig, VP of Marketing for PriscoDigital. "The combination of novel technologies from our partners at HP, Esko and Caldera will expand a print providers' capabilities, making the world less rectangular with creative 3D packaging and display projects as well as addressing many ecological challenges."
Visitors to the PriscoDigital/Esko booth will also have a chance to view the new latex ink roll-fed HP Scitex L28500 printer and FB500 UV flatbed printer located at the HP booth just across the aisle.
PriscoDigital is both an HP Scitex "Graphic Specialist" top tier distributor to commercial printers as well as an Esko and Caldera reseller. The company is looking forward to talking with Dscoop attendees about moving from analog, screen, offset and similar print technologies to wide format digital inkjet.