Post drupa Technology Forecast for Printing and Publishing to 2022

Drupa 2012 showed how the strands of industry, technology and innovation are woven together, and served as a welcome shot in the arm for the print industry.

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Product type: Market report
Date of publication: 13 Aug 2012
Product format: Digital Copy, Hard Copy
Number of pages: 139
Forecast range: 2012-2022

Post-drupa Technology Forecast for Printing and Publishing to 2022 is a brand new report highlighting the key technology trends for the print industry post drupa. Nanographic digital printing, B2 electrophotography, liquid toner and inkjet are all pushing the sector forward. Workflow and MIS developments are key; packaging and labels are increasingly important; and digital packaging solutions are showing considerable progress. Don't get left behind as technology advancements lead the printing industry forward!

Description

WHAT DO YOU GET?

  • Technology developments for eachprint sector over the next ten years
  • How market changes will impact suppliers of machinery, raw materials, consumables and paper
  • Changes in print buying and print management to 2022, including digital printing, MIS developments, inkjet, toner and more!

METHODOLOGY

The information in Post-drupa Technology Forecast for Printing and Publishing to2022 is based on comprehensive participation in drupa 2012, indepth interviews with the leading players in the print value chain, including machinery suppliers, raw material and substrate manufacturers, inks and pigments suppliers, consumables suppliers, printers, publishers and print buyers. Secondary research was based on extensive literature analysis of published data and trade statistics.

FIND OUT ABOUT:

  • Details of changes in print end use, sector by sector, including details of new product opportunities
  • Detailed technology maps tracking developments for each print process to 2022
  • Expert summary of trends for each end-use sector

HOW WILL THIS MARKET INTELLIGENCE REPORT BENEFIT YOU ?

  • Get a unique strategic tool to help your company plan with confidence for the medium-to-long term
  • Understand how your technologies, products and services are likely to fit into the bigger picture as the printing industry evolves
  • Use information on case studies and scenarios for likely developments to 2022 to see what the future means for your business

WHO SHOULD BUY THIS REPORT?

  • Equipment and machinery suppliers
  • Raw materials and consumables suppliers
  • Inks and pigments suppliers
  • Paper and substrate suppliers
  • Printers and publishers

WHAT 'S INCLU DED IN THE PRICE?

  • One hard copy of the report sent to you on publication date
  • Electronic copy with searchable PDF
  • Global intranet licence allowing everyone in your organisation electronic access to the study

Table of Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 

INTRODUCTION AND METHODOLOGY

  • The shape of things to come
  • ↘↘ Digital print is becoming mainstream
  • ↘↘ Print does not exist in isolation
  • ↘↘ Conventional print is still developing
  • ↘↘ Printing is becoming easier
  • ↘↘Web-to-print broadens to web-tofinished
  • product
  • ↘↘ Packaging and labels are increasingly important
  • Drupa 2012

THE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS

  • Print products
  • Print production methods
  • ↘↘ Pre-media
  • ↘↘ Printing
  • ↘↘ Finishing
  • ↘↘ Materials
  • ↘↘ Administration and control
  • Broader technology developments
  • ↘↘ IT and networking
  • Alternatives to print
  • Pre-media and workflow
  • Workflow
  • ↘↘ Colour management
  • ↘↘Web-to-print (to-finish, to-product)
  • ↘↘ Integration with management information systems (MIS)
  • Multi-channel communications
  • Cloud computing

PRINT PROCESS DEVELOPMENTS 

  • Digital print
  • ↘↘ Electrophotography
  • >> OPC developments
  • >> Toner developments
  • ↘↘ Inkjet
  • Inkjet head developments
  • ↘↘ Fujifilm Dimatix (Spectra)
  • ↘↘ Konica Minolta
  • ↘↘ Kyocera
  • ↘↘ Memjet
  • ↘↘ Xaar
  • Inkjet ink developments
  • Substrate and paper developments
  • Inkjet printing equipment
  • ↘↘Wide-format and flatbed
  • ↘↘ Fixed head single pass wide web
  • ↘↘ Fixed head narrow web
  • ↘↘ Sheetfed inkjet presses
  • ↘↘ Hybrid inkjet systems
  • ↘↘ Integrated manufacturing
  • Nanographic printing
  • Conventional analogue printing
  • ↘↘ Offset litho
  • >> Sheetfed
  • >> Heatset web offset
  • >> Coldset web offset
  • ↘↘ Flexography
  • >> Prepress for flexo
  • ↘↘ Gravure
  • >> Publication
  • >> Packaging
  • Finishing
  • ↘↘ Digital finishing
  • ↘↘ Integrated manufacturing

PRINT PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS 

  • Books
  • Newspapers
  • Magazines
  • Commercial print
  • Direct mail and transactional print
  • Advertising print
  • Signage
  • Catalogues
  • Directories
  • Security print
  • Labels and packaging
  • Non-graphics and packaging
  • Ink developments
  • Inkjet ink technology
  • Electrophotographic toners
  • ↘↘ Liquid toner technology
  • Conventional ink developments
  • ↘↘ Radiation curing grades
  • ↘↘ LED curing
  • Nano-pigment technology
  • ↘↘ Sonication

PRINT CONSUMABLES

  • Plates
  • ↘↘ Litho plates
  • ↘↘ Flexo plates
  • ↘↘ Death of film
  • Blankets
  • Press room chemicals, etc
  • Coatings and additives

PRINT SUBSTRATES

  • Paper
  • ↘↘ Newsprint
  • ↘↘Woodfree
  • ↘↘ Mechanical (groundwood)
  • Packaging and label grades

Tables and Figures

TABLES AND FIGURES 

  • The emerging technology cycle at drupa
  • Landa nanographic machines
  • KBA inkjet
  • Timsons inkjet
  • Fujifilm inkjet
  • Xerox Cipress
  • Konica Minolta/Komori KM1
  • Komori Impremia
  • Heidelberg Linoprint
  • Xeikon Trilliu
  • HP B2 Indigo
  • Screen inkjet sheetfed and label presses
  • Founder EagleJet
  • INX Systec and CP100
  • Storkprints DSI
  • Ricoh digital packaging line
  • EFI Jetrion
  • Fujifilm Jet Press F
  • Highcon Euclid
  • Miyakoshi 8000 press
  • Epson Surepress X
  • Key technology trends at drupa
  • SWOT analysis of sheetfed toner printing
  • SWOT analysis of electrophotography
  • High-volume web inkjet presses
  • Narrow web inkjet presses
  • Largest direct mail/transactional printers in Europe
  • Timeline for developments in:
  • ↘↘Workflow systems
  • ↘↘ MIS
  • ↘↘Multi-channel communications
  • ↘↘ Electrophotographic printing
  • ↘↘ Printing
  • ↘↘ Inkjet printing
  • ↘↘ Sheetfed printing
  • ↘↘ Heatset web printing
  • ↘↘ Coldset web printing
  • ↘↘ Flexo printing
  • ↘↘ Gravure printing
  • ↘↘ Print finishing
  • ↘↘ Magazines
  • ↘↘ Commercial printing
  • ↘↘ Transactional and direct mail printing
  • ↘↘ Signage and visual communication printing
  • ↘↘ Catalogue printing
  • ↘↘ Directory printing
  • ↘↘ Security printing
  • ↘↘ Packaging and label printing
  • ↘↘ Inkjet inks
  • ↘↘ Electrophotographic toners
  • ↘↘ Analogue inks
  • ↘↘ Printing plates
  • ↘↘ Print consumables
  • ↘↘ Paper