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  • 10 Jul 2018

Eric Demyanovich joins Domino as digital printing service engineer

Domino hires digital printing service engineer

Eric Demyanovich has joined Domino as digital printing service engineer.

Demyanovich comes to Domino with 16 years of experience from EFI/Jetrion and is well versed on piezo inkjet and digital color label printing. At EFI, in addition to being the lead service engineer for the digital press, he trained customers both in press operation and press maintenance. He was also given the assignment to exclusively support EFI’s most valuable customer.

Eric’s extensive experience with industrial inkjet printing includes troubleshooting, installing, de-installing, upgrading and training of commercialized digital inkjet web printing systems and subsystems including printheads, mechanical transports, high-speed print electronics, inks and ink delivery systems, RIP software, UV/LED curing and finishing systems (lamination, varnish, and laser die cutting).

Positions Demyanovich held at EFI/Jetrion include lead field service engineer, technical support representative/trainer, technical support engineer/trainer, and sample technician/phone support. He was selected as Company MPV in 2015, and was recognized as EFI’s most knowledgeable and capable service technician.

‘I was ready for a new adventure. I looked at all label printer manufacturing companies and found that Domino was doing some amazing things,’ Demyanovich said. ‘I also learned during my reviews of Domino that no matter what type of printing business a potential customer was in, Domino had something to offer them in their portfolio. It was at that point I decided I had to be part of the Domino team.’


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