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Commercial printing industry supplier company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ October 2013 edition, featuring Ruth Kelly Studio, Kubin-Nicholson, Allied Printing Services, SunDance Marketing Solutions and Boutwell, Owens & Co.
The Super Squasher Air Press machine from On Demand Machinery is designed for pressing, compacting and squashing super-sized media up to 19x24” with a 17” opening.
With the fairgrounds spanning 19 halls, it’s simply not practical to cover all that the show had to offer. For a taste of the rest, the following are some of the key announcements made in other hot product categories, including bindy and finishing, digital plates, Web-to-print and wide-format printing.
The Next Generation of the ODM Super Sewer XXL is an automatic side sewing machine designed for “on-demand” photo books up to 1˝thick. It features the same Back Tack Technology as in the Super Sewer.
Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ December 2011 edition, featuring items on McCoy Printing and Veritas Document Solutions.
Binding and finishing news from Printing Impressions' October 2010 edition, featuring items on Printed Specialties, Heidelberg and Gophotobooks.com.
Commercial printing industry supplier company and personnel news from Printing Impressions' April 2010 edition.
Baum Going Strong at 90 SIDNEY, OH—Baumfolder Corp. is marking its 90th anniversary, having begun operations here in 1917. The company started out as a maker of floor-model paper folders, but has diversified into manufacturing and/or distributing a wide range of products, including tabletop folders, paper drills and paper cutters. Printers Get a Second Look At Lenticular, Courtesy KBA WILLISTON, VT—KBA North America recently held a second seminar on lenticular printing and prepress work at its headquarters here. This special printing technique gives the impression of 3D, flip or motion effects by printing an image on the back side of lenticular plastic. The four-day seminar featured a