Sheridan Books Adds Short-Run Cover Capacity with MGI Meteor Digital Press

Pictured with Sheridan Book’s new MGI DP8700 XL press are (from the left) Emile Tabassi, MGI USA; Troy Hudson, Sheridan Books; Bill Brown, Sheridan Books; Steven Barrett, Mid-State Litho; Tim Cotter, Sheridan Books.

“We’re also beginning to integrate variable data on our covers and dust jackets, which will bring our customers more personalization options,” he continued. “All in all, the Meteor DP8700 XL is an excellent toner-based press for the majority of our short run work.”

The most versatile digital press in the global graphics market, the Meteor DP8700 XL offers users the widest range of substrates available (paper, plastics and envelopes), the largest sheet size among production sheetfed digital presses (up to 40″ in production), laser-safe prints via oil-free, dry toner, no click charge and an economical total cost of operation, and a print resolution of 3,600 dpi/270 lpi with 25 different line screens (including stochastic), including the ability to select 2 different line screens within the same job.

About the MGI Group
The MGI Group is composed of MGI Digital Graphic Technology, headquartered in Paris (Ivry-sur-Seine), France, and Köra-Packmat, located in Villingendorf, Germany. Founded in 1982, MGI Digital Graphic Technology designs, manufactures and markets a full and innovative range of award-winning digital presses and a complete line of versatile finishing solutions. MGI USA, based in Melbourne, FL, is MGI’s fully owned subsidiary that services the North and South American, Caribbean and Asia Pacific markets.

Source: MGI.

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