4D Printing Goes from PRINT to Production with new KBA Rapida 75 Press

Left to right: Jerry Crowder, KBA district sales manager; Donna Silsbee, president of 4D Printing; Doug Silsbee, vice president of 4D Printing; and John Raithel, senior vice president of sheetfed sales for KBA, take a close-up look at the new KBA Rapida 75 six-color press going to 4D’s facility in Conyers, Ga.

“Our highly-skilled press operators learned very quickly how to use the new Rapida 75,” says Silsbee. “By the second day of training, they were able to make-ready the press without their KBA instructor. From shipping to installation to training, KBA has been by our side getting the press up and running quickly and easily.”

Established in 1985 in a suburb outside Atlanta, 4D Printing is a quality-oriented, full-service printing facility with sheetfed and web presses from two to six colors and a complete in-house bindery. The firm also provides the most up-to-date prepress technology support, both Mac and PC platforms, high-resolution scanning, and direct-to-plate capabilities.

KBA North America is a member of the KBA Group, a leading global supplier of sheetfed, webfed, and digital offset presses located in Dallas, Texas. KBA is dedicated to excellence in printing technology. The company’s greatest satisfaction comes from helping its customers succeed by building presses that enable their businesses to prosper. From engineering through production, KBA’s focus is on people, providing flexible technology, customized printing solutions, and personal service to help its partners differentiate themselves and be successful today and in the future.

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