The BOBST Open House in Alpharetta is, of course, about presenting technology to potential customers. It’s about selling. But for the attendees, it’s also about asking questions that can avoid future investment mistakes, and during Dean Haertel from BOBST’s presentation, I overheard a very interesting question. The question was how BOBST avoids stitching issues. Stitching can be seen when multiple printheads are clustered in a print bar and can either leave a tiny white line or a line of double print. The question came from Jodi Westphal from Western Shield Label & Packaging. Stitching is handled by BOBST in a smart and simple way, but this we will explain in INKISH.NEWS.