Inca expands Cambridge HQ

Inca Digital has expanded its facilities at its Cambridge, UK base, including the Training and Validation customer support Centre. This offers in-depth, personalised training to customers and distributors, more extensive testing of new features, and the evaluation of exciting new substrates.

The business development resource within the R&D department has also been extended as part of Inca’s strategy to develop its inkjet technology for a variety of industrial applications. Dr Jim Taylor has also joined the team. He was previously business development manager of Xennia’s ink consultancy group but has also been instrumental in the development of software for industrial inkjet applications, including full-colour variable data printing and high-speed, high-resolution coding using large single-pass printhead arrays through the Cametrics consultancy that he co-founded.





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