Offset Printing - UV/LED Curing
IST America is set to exhibit at PRINTING United Expo in Atlanta, Georgia, taking place Oct.18-20. At IST America's independent booth, attendees will have the opportunity to discuss UV system applications and integration with the company's experts.
As with any newer technology, printers need to look beyond its novelty and find the business case for adoption. Printers are increasingly embracing the benefits LED-UV curing provide.
With a brand new facility and a new four-color offset press with LED-UV curing, the Texas Department of Transportation’s in-plant is set for a more efficient, more productive future.
In this dynamic webinar we will investigate how UV LED curing technology can transform a commercial printing business.
Though it recently installed a five-color RMGT 940 offset press, University of Missouri-Columbia Print & Mail Services has not neglected the toner side of its business. It recently upgraded its digital presses to streamline production of its shorter-run jobs.
RMGT will use GEW’s LeoLED system as its factory-fitted UV curing solution for new sheetfed offset machines.
LED ultraviolet curing has made the pressroom drying bottleneck a thing of the past. Printers find it a flexible, cost-efficient way to increase job throughput and enhance the quality of the finished product.
The 970 is the newest member to the RMGT 9 Series family of presses that boasts over 80 new installations in North America over the last 6 years. This game changing new press further consolidates RMGT’s strength in the 8-up market sector that was created in 2005 with the introduction of the Ryobi 920 press.
In order to meet the University’s goal of improving the print quality of their materials, reducing manufacturing costs and eliminating equipment breakdowns, the University of Missouri recently installed a new RMGT 9 Series press to replace its Heidelberg Speedmaster 102 6-Color and MOZP 2-Color presses.
A number of in-plants have added sheetfed offset presses in recent years, despite clear evidence that production inkjet printing is growing in popularity. So what gives? Do they have a point?