SBR Technologies/Vision Graphics of Salt Lake City, was selected as Partner of the Year, and Canon USA was named Vendor of the Year at the ReproMAX Conference held in Atlanta, in conjunction with the SGIA convention. This award was voted on by over 150 ReproMAX Partners, and each company faced significant competition in both the vendor and Partner award sectors.
Committed to helping its customers use technology to create innovative connections, Colorado-based Vision Graphics installed an eight-color Komori Lithrone G40 (GL840) with an H-UV system. H-UV inks respond to uncoated paper by curing instead of drying like traditional inks, delivering an organic high-gloss appearance. Vision Graphics is the only commercial print provider in its area to offer this capability.
This week, PaperSpecsGallery.com calls attention to an "Eye Catching" self-promotional piece created by printing firm Vision Graphics of Loveland, CO, that features a spot clear foil printed in register over a piercing blue eye on the front cover.
Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ May 2014 edition, featuring Prospect Printing, Vision Graphics/Eagle:xm, Joseph Merritt Co., 4over Inc., Solo Printing, Oakley Signs & Graphics
In a move that will expand its market presence, Vision Graphics will move its headquarters to Denver by the fall of 2014. The company will keep a satellite office in Loveland to support Northern Colorado clients.
Printing Industries of America and the Integrated Print Center have announced the winners of this year's web2awards. This is the only award of its kind that honors the best websites in the print/marketing service provider industry.
Presstek announced that long-time industry professional Kurt Hamlin has joined the company as director of strategic accounts. In this role, Hamlin will focus on larger printing operations that can benefit from the Presstek 75DI digital offset press.
When the company used a dry-toner digital press, the term “digital printing” served as a warning that affordable, shorter-run printing and one-to-one personalization came with a trade-off in quality and consistency that did not match the firm’s high-end reputation.
“With the number of companies that submitted, to have made the Top 250 list is impressive but to be recognized within the top 40 percent of companies on our list—like Vision Graphics Inc.—is especially noteworthy,” said Mike Taylor, managing editor of ColoradoBiz.
Printing Impressions’ National Commercial Printing Industry News for January 2010.