Offset Printing - Sheet-Fed
New offset presses have been going in at in-plants all over the country lately. The latest addition is a five-color RMGT Series 9 offset press with a coater. But which in-plant added this monster?
Though many in-plants have shut down their offset presses to concentrate on printing smaller runs on digital devices, the University of Nebraska has gone in the opposite direction.
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Tired of seeing Ball State University’s high-volume print production being outsourced to competitors, Ken Johnson, Director of Printing Services, decided to replace both of his in-plant’s existing offset presses with a six-color, 20x29˝ Heidelberg Speedmaster 74 with a coater.
With dozens of crossovers, UV spot coating and a very tight deadline, the Church of Scientology's winning piece was truly worthy of recognition.
To cater properly to its apprenticeship trainees and vocational college students, the Alois Senefelder Vocational School Center in Munich decided to invest in a Rapida 75 PRO from Koenig & Bauer. It will help the school keep pace with the latest technology developments in the industry.
Given its ability to handle double-sided, one-pass and straight multicolor printing, the eight-color GX40P takes this innovation one step further with Komori’s unique three double-sized cylinder perfecting mechanism that ensures high productivity.
The sheetfed printing portion of the GPO was made up of a fleet of Heidelberg offset presses until the recent installation of an RMGT 9 Series press with LED-UV curing. The new press adds further capacity — but why did the GPO go with LED-UV technology?