A few years ago, the Admissions department at Southern Illinois University - Carbondale needed 1.8 million brochures mailed to prospective students. The job took the in-plant 20 days straight, working 24 hours per day, to finish. But now, thanks to a new addition at the in-plant, jobs like that will take significantly less time.
After shutting down its offset presses, Butler University's in-plant found that its conventional folding machine was ill-suited to the short-run digital work it was producing. So the shop decided to make a change.
The Card Creaser works by turning a handle to process digitally printed sheets through the rotary creasing shafts.
DataBind, in partnership with Lami Corp., has brought the company’s fully automatic laminators to the U.S. and positioned the line as a time-saving alternative to pouch-fed lamination. The companies have also introduced a new on-demand lamination and die-cutting process.
University of Virginia recently acquired an Océ Colorado 1640 roll-to-roll printer and a Colex SharpCut FBC-5×10 flatbed cutter/router.
To produce a general fund budget book for the East Baton Rouge Parish School System, the Graphic Arts Department had to hand-collate the pages, which took hours of the employees' time. A Tornado Autopunch EX from Rhin-O-Tuff took care of the problem.
Baumer hhs announced it will be an exhibitor at PRINTING United, taking place in Dallas, Oct. 23-25, 2019. President Chris Raney believes PRINTING United will give the company a fresh opportunity to promote its technical leadership.
Standard Finishing Systems will present a diverse lineup of feeding and finishing solutions this fall, providing a clear snapshot of today’s breakthrough innovations and a vision of the road ahead.
Rollem announced it will showcase the Insignia 6 at its booth during the 2018 SGIA Expo in Las Vegas. With a 20x20˝ sheet size, this device is built to convert a wide variety of products in the growing markets of tags, labels and packaging.
The University of Hartford recently installed new technology that not only expands the three-employee in-plant’s capabilities and productivity, but has brought significant savings in maintenance costs.
Canon U.S.A. unveiled two new finishing accessories for its varioPRINT 140 series of monochrome digital presses. By offering new options, Canon aims to help print professionals provide services more efficiently and build opportunities to help grow their customer base.
Owners of the new four-color digital press, which prints four colors plus specialty metallic dry inks in one pass, lauded the Iridesse at a Xerox customer event this week that drew several in-plant managers.
Yesterday, Xerox announced the Iridesse Production Press, a new a high-speed, six-station digital color press that combines four-color printing with up to two specialty dry inks in one printing pass.
Marist College’s Digital Publications Center replaced its older cutter with an MBM Triumph 5560 to create a safer working environment.