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ACROSS the nation

December 2009
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CARMEL—Robbins Graphics recently purchased its first Mutoh ValueJet 1614 64˝ printer.

MARYLAND

BALTIMORE—Victor Graphics is enjoying enhanced short-run book manufacturing since installing a Kodak Digimaster EX300 Digital Book Factory. Doubling Victor's current digital printing capacity, the system also features fully integrated in-line perfect binding and trimming capabilities.

MASSACHUSETTS

ANDOVER—RISO has donated a fully configured, see-through HC5500 ink-jet printer, along with service and supplies, to the Museum of Printing here. Aside from use by the museum's staff, the new printer incorporates clear front, rear and top panels to serve as an educational display for its more than 3,000 yearly visitors.

MICHIGAN

ANN ARBOR—Edwards Brothers, a book, journal and catalog manufacturing firm, has signed a three-year contract with NA Publishing (formerly known as National Archive Publishing) to produce XanEdu course packs, as well as custom publications, at a new dedicated digital book center housed within Edwards Brothers' production facility.

MINNESOTA

WASECA—Smart Mail Management is a new service, launched by Brown Printing, which allows customers to access tracking, reporting and expediting capabilities that keep mail on track. It relies on USPS PLANET codes to identify and track each individual mail piece.

MISSOURI

ST. LOUIS—Adding an HP Indigo 7000 digital press has expanded Swift Print Communications' ability to handle a variety of short-run needs, as well as increased the effectiveness of its print materials by using variable data.

MONTANA

BOZEMAN—Color World Printers has licensed Pageflex Storefront to advance its Web-to-print capabilities and build interactive Websites where clients can order and personalize a range of marketing materials.

NEVADA

LAS VEGAS—To accommodate the increasing trade show and convention production requirements of its night shift, Graphics West has acquired an HP Indigo digital press. Graphics West is a division of Nationwide Graphics/Premier Print Organization.

NEW JERSEY

JERSEY CITY—DG3 North America has achieved G7 Master Proof-to-Print certification through the IDEAlliance.

NEW YORK

BUFFALO—The Colad Group has purchased a Xeikon 6000 digital color press to produce dynamic dimensional packaging with full variable data capabilities. Capable of running 20˝-wide substrate rolls, the press also features full-color One-Pass Duplex (simultaneous double-sided) printing capabilities.

OHIO

CINCINNATI—Berman Printing, a one- to 10-color commercial and digital printer, as well as dimensional packaging provider, has been named among Procter & Gamble's top 55 global suppliers.

PENNSYLVANIA

MECHANICSBURG—Fry Communications has added an Océ CS665 Pro Color system to help expand its digital color personalization capabilities for mailings, publications and fulfillment. The company has built a production platform for personalized communications using this system and an Océ VarioPrint 6160 duplex system to offer both quality color and duplex printing for variable data communications.

TEXAS

SAN ANGELO—Q's Printing and Design has acquired a pair of two-color Heidelberg Printmaster QM 46 presses to handle its increasing volume of commercial printing.

VIRGINIA

DULLES—Integrated Book Technology (IBT Global), a full-service digital book manufacturing services provider, is reporting success with the Océ Digital Book Factory installed at its Books International distribution center to print books to order in quantities as small as one for book publishers.

FREDERICKSBURG—NELA has installed a custom-built Vision PunchBender with a LogiStack fully automated plate organizer and plate storage device, and 16-position plate stacker at the Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star based on the newspaper's capacity and press requirements.

STERLING—Meredith L. Mayes, a PIA member and digital solutions manager of ColorCraft of Virginia, testified last month before the House Committee on Small Business regarding estate tax reform and its impact on family-owned, small printing companies.

WISCONSIN

MILWAUKEE—The Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast recently purchased a Ricoh Pro C900 digital imaging system for its print shop.

RANDOM LAKE—Badger Tag & Label now offers new options for low- and medium-volume projects after installing a six-color UV digital press and plotter cutter. Already, the printer has produced safety decals, faceplates, control panels, signs, backlit panels, floor and carpet graphics, window clings, wall displays and short runs of tags and labels with the new system.

RIPON—A second high-speed Rotoman N web press acquired from manroland is expected to begin production this month at Ripon Printers. The G7 Certified Master printer specializes in the production of catalogs, publications and manuals, and soft-cover educational products.
 
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