Primary Color Systems
As Primary Color prepares for its 30th anniversary later this year, the award-winning Los Angeles-area printer has plenty to celebrate. To upgrade its bindery department, it installed a 100" Harris-Seybold CJ paper cutter and Schneider Engineering automatic paper jogger from Colter & Peterson.
Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ February 2014 edition, featuring Marshall & Bruce Printing, BPI Media Group, Mountain Ink Printing and Melcher Printing, Primary Color
Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ September 2013 edition, featuring Polaris Direct, Zoo Printing, Primary Color, Southeastern Printing, Brown Industries
By adding a 81˝ KBA Rapida 205 UV sheetfed press to its fleet of printers at its Los Angeles location, Primary Color will now be able to handle projects in the high-volume packaging, retail and entertainment markets.
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Direct Mail House Adds Binding Gear ESSEX, VT—The Offset House, a growing direct mail printer that specializes in catalogs, reports making improvements in speed and operational efficiency since the installation of two new saddlestitching machines from Muller Martini: a Prima SB and a BravoPlus. Goss Holds Forum on Print Finishing DURHAM, NH—Twenty eight representatives from printing companies throughout the United States and Canada attended a forum on print finishing technology at the Goss International facility here in July. “This was part of our ongoing commitment to exchanging information about technology and market requirements, and incorporating customer input directly into our product design process,” notes Toby Clarke, vice