ACROSS the Nation

Technology Drives Business Growth

FALL CREEK, WI—Mail Source, a provider of integrated direct mail solutions, has added a Domino dual-head, drop-on-demand (DoD) imaging system to complement its existing capacity. This additional line can duplex personalize plastic cards at extremely high speeds using UV cured ink.

The 20 year-old western Wisconsin company continues to invest millions of dollars in technology to attract high-volume business—without a sales staff (although it employs 100).

For Mini Folds, the Smaller the Better

NEW BRITAIN, CT—Connecticut Valley Bindery recently purchased a two-station Vijuk G&K V-14 SAF miniature folder with HHS hot glue system from Vijuk Equipment.

“We are excited to announce the addition of miniature folding to our vast finishing capabilities,” says Kevin Hubert, sales manager, shown here with the new folder. “The demand for miniature size brochures has grown over the years.”

To further enhance its miniature folding capabilities, the bindery added the HHS system with two application heads, allowing it to produce fugitive and permanent glue spine-glued brochures, as well as spot closure of direct mail or signatures.


PHOENIX—A 20-unit Goss Magnum 4 press—configured as four four-high towers, two two-high towers and two folders—has been acquired by Valley Newspapers’ Deer Valley facility here.


OSCEOLA—A new one-color Heidelberg Speedmaster SM 52 is in operation at American Greetings.


CITY OF INDUSTRY—An eight-color, 56˝ Mitsubishi Diamond 6000XL press equipped with in-line aqueous and UV coating capabilities was installed at Orange County Container Group.

LOS ANGELES—A new four-color Mitsubishi Diamond 3000 sheetfed press with aqueous coater has been added at Digital Room Inc. to expand capabilities for its online operation, U-Printing Network.


COLORADO SPRINGS—Company officials report that employees at LT Litho are thrilled seeing the quality product coming from their new five-color Heidelberg Speedmaster CD 74 press with coater.


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