The joint KBA/Xerox hybrid press development is a great example of how the traditional analog, digital press worlds are converging.
Sheetfed Offset Printing
KBA and Xerox today announced a partnership to develop an industrial digital sheetfed press for the folding carton market.
Worzalla Publishing, a specialty book manufacturer, submitted this 2016 Gold Ink Awards entry into the Hardcover Books category.
This year started well for the Koenig & Bauer Group (KBA). The firm reported a positive first quarter with €2.1m EBIT and €0.6m EBT.
Sussex, Wisconsin-based Color Ink began as a commercial printer more than three decades ago, but after seeing local companies turning to outside graphic design firms to develop their packaging, Color Ink decided it was time to enter the packaging market. The company has made a big splash, not only producing packaging, but producing the products to be packaged.
Jim Dunn discusses the similarities between the beloved American sport NASCAR and the Overall Equipment Effectiveness of printers.
Using unique technology, the KBA Rapida sheetfed press delivers higher production and more hourly net output. About a dozen presses are in full production among some of the best known and highly respected printers in the country where this lightning-fast speed is being met on a daily basis.
What makes this invitation stand out from Direct Printing Impressions is the artwork, diecut edges, and the cool accordian fold.
Local tax incentive enables Modern Litho to buy 10-color Heidelberg Speedmaster XL 106 perfector with two coaters, create 50 new jobs.
Lancaster, Pennylvania-based Intelligencer has added a new Manroland HiPrint 700 sheetfed offset press. The new press will hang eight plates in four minutes, come up to color in 156 sheets and run at 16,000 sheets an hour. According to Intelligencer’s VP of operations, Joseph Schott, Intelligencer's clients will now enjoy faster turnaround times, less waiting between press approvals and better color control.