ACROSS the nation

Pictured at the official contract signing at Kodak's ink-jet headquarters in Dayton, OH, are, from the left, Bill Schweinfurth, Kodak; John Vannucci, Kodak; Richard Davis, executive vice president, CGX; and Eric Owen, Kodak.

BOONE—The Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology program at Appalachian State University is now using a two-color Heidelberg Printmaster QM 46 press, which has become the centerpiece of its graphic arts curriculum.


PHILADELPHIA—Phoenix Lithographing has purchased a Goss/Heidelberg Sunday 2000 web press. The eight-color press includes a pinless combination folder and double former folder with pre-folder capabilities, remoistenable gluer, aqueous and UV coater, pattern perforator and a 44-foot oven. The press is expected to be fully operational during the first quarter.


DALLAS—An increased workload has led Lincoln Press to add a six-color, 28˝ Mitsubishi Diamond 1000LS equipped with a coater.

HOUSTON—The Printing and Postal Service Department at the University of Houston is providing faster turnaround after installing a four-color, 20×29˝ KBA Performa 74 press with aqueous coater and dryer.

SAN ANGELO—The in-plant print shop at Angelo State University is now running a four-color Heidelberg Printmaster GTO 52.

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