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More profitability on low margin jobs with automation

No question that the printing industry continues to be under pressure. Prices are still dropping and the supply/demand is still not in balance, so to print and deliver even low margin jobs simply require automation. At the Workflow Summit 2018, inkish.tv spoke to Head Of Strategic Alliances Stephan Reiter from OneVision about the challenges and the promises.

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„Bleed is missing...“

"Missing Bleed" OneVision Blog

... cries the prepress. The number of files with missing bleed increases. The following questions arise for the print service provider:

  • Can bleed be added with as little effort as possible in prepress?
  • Can the customer add the bleed himself? Can the customer be reached at all?
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What a time to be in print!

I may be new to my role at OneVision, but not to printing. I started in a graphics department for a medium-sized web-printer while I was still in college. Electronic prepress didn’t exist, nor had the role of computers been defined. Customers would bring in their separated artwork; we’d shoot it and then plate and print it. We didn’t have to worry that the art wasn’t correct – we’d see it on the...

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