Printing equipment can include much more than office printing machines. There is printing equipment that does stenciling, thermography, embossing decorations, application of transfers or decalcomanias, filamentary material, and electrography. Industrial printing presses typically have a fixed printing form, such as a printing plate, carrying a graphical and/or alphanumerical design forming the printing image. The process can include drying, dampening, heating, cooling, cleaning, air blowing, and suction functions, as well as folding, cutting, and collecting.
ForensisGroup experts in printing equipment have years of experience in the printing and imaging industry. These professionals have worked for many years in developing new business, as well as in product marketing, channel development, pricing strategies, and printing supplies. Other experts are experienced in the field of printing and graphic arts and have dealt with the practical side of printing—use, repair, and design. Their extensive experience includes traditional and digital printing, publishing, print technology, electronic imaging, imaging and media technology, packaging, computer graphics, as well as graphic arts software and hardware and equipment, and business practices.
These experts consult in areas such as financial modeling, market entry for printing businesses, product and technology planning, business strategy, and acquisition due diligence.
Issues dealing with printing equipment can be unique and complex. ForensisGroup offers a vast selection of highly qualified expert witnesses with thorough backgrounds of experience and knowledge. Submit an expert request form or start looking through our selection and call us to find the expert that’s right for your legal matter.