Paper & Ink
The plates, artwork and all job summary information are
routed to the press area for printing. The time a job takes in the press
room is a combination of several variables. The number of ink colors, machine
scheduled to print the job, type of stock used, availability of stock and
number of impressions all affect the time needed to print the job. We move
jobs through Printing Services as quickly as possible, but in some instances
a longer turn-around time is inevitable. Printing Services has one 18"x25"
Heidelberg 1-color Offset Press, one AB Dick 9870 2-color Offset Press,
one Gestetner 312 11"x17" 2-color Press, and one ITEC 11"x17" 2-color Press
with envelope feeder. The capabilities of each press varies as well as
the time and cost of preparing plates.
Heidelberg 1-Color Press
The Heidelberg is used for high volume and/or complex jobs which require larger sizes, long runs, halftones,
4-color process, large solids and hairline registration, Because of the capabilities of this press, the cost of your job is affected.
A. B Dick 9870
These presses are used for jobs not requiring hairline registration or long run lengths. Such jobs generally include forms, stationery, envelopes, simple brochures and posters.
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Friday, September 10, 2010 11:45 AM