Sheetfed Offset Printing
Attendees at GRAPH EXPO 15 were keen to learn more about KBA’s wide range of new technology at GRAPH EXPO 15.
Balfour has added a Komori Lithrone GL-840P offset press in its Dallas facility.
With its 1:1 engagement strategy, Heidelberg continues to demonstrate commitment to its customers and the printing industry at large.
Jakprints anticipates saving up to one million sheets this year with the addition of a Speedmaster XL 75 Anicolor press.
An eight-color Lithrone GX40 (GLX840) press equipped with full UV and logistics capabilities has been installed at The Ellis Group.
Wallace Carlson has added a Komori Lithrone G40 press with H-UV (GL840) to its facility in Minnesota.
Komori America announced it will use SG360° as the beta site for Komori’s sheetfed inkjet Impremia IS29.
Komori will have experts on hand to consult GRAPH EXPO 15 attendees as to how they can “Do More” as it relates to offset productivity.
Beyer Graphics announced it is investing $8.4 million to add two new 41" KBA Rapida 106 UV presses to its inventory—an eight-color plus coater and a specially-configured nine-color press that is one of only a few in the United States. This large capital investment is the firm’s first partnership with KBA.
Based in Fort Worth, Texas, 4 Color Press (4CP) has been an early adopter of Heidelberg’s Anicolor technology. Most recently, the company added its second Anicolor machine, a Speedmaster XL 75 -5+L. 4CP is on track to triple its business in the next two years. According to 4CP’s owners Andrew and Lisa Fuld, the company had outgrown the Speedmaster SM 52 Anicolor it acquired in 2007, logging more than 103 million impressions on the machine in seven years.