ACROSS the nation
PHOENIX—O’Neil Printing has added a new six-color Heidelberg Speedmaster SM 52 perfector with coating system. The new press is an upgrade from a five-color Heidelberg GTO 52. Founded in 1908, O’Neil Printing has been an employee-owned company since 1996.
TUCSON—Southern Arizona Graphic Associates has installed a new six-color Komori Lithrone S40 press with coater.
ONTARIO—Rey Nelson Printing purchased a five-color, 20˝ KBA Genius 52 waterless UV press while attending PRINT 05 in Chicago. According to company president George Alderson, the 28-year-old trade shop sees a major market opportunity to produce short-run synthetic printing.
MOUNT DORA—DMMI Promotions has installed two DocuSheeter iG roll feed systems from Lasermax Roll Systems along with two Xerox iGen3 printers at its print facility here. DMMI uses the DocuSheeters to feed cut sheets from rolls to the iGen3s for its automobile dealership promotional applications. According to President Rick Teets, the DocuSheeters allowed DMMI to save a penny per 11×17˝ sheet on paper costs.
NORTHFIELD—Pioneer Press, a subsidiary of newspaper publisher Hollinger International, has added equipment to an existing Goss pressline. Pioneer purchased 16 Tensor units in the form of four T-1400 four-high towers for two separate operations.
LANHAM—Art & Negative Graphics recently added a four-color Heidelberg Quickmaster QM DI 46 to meet growing customer demand. The press supplements the shop’s existing six-color Speedmaster CD 102. Founded in 1981, the mid-sized, family owned general commercial printer houses 21 employees.
RANDOLPH—Fowler Printing & Graphics has completed the installation of a new six-color Heidelberg Speedmaster CD 74 perfector, replacing four-color and five-color Heidelberg presses.
GRAND RAPIDS—For the second time in six years, Copy Options has moved to a larger facility. The digital imaging provider now has more storage and production space.
SALINE—A four-color Presstek waterless digital offset press has been purchased by Quickprint Inc. The company reports it is now a member of Presstek’s “Club DI.”