This paper explores the specific areas where Presstek DI presses offer environmental and economic advantages over conventional offset, digital toner and inkjet printing technologies Presstek DI presses redefine printing and integrate new innovations, which lower its environmental impact while creating new business opportunities for printers.
Design Design, a B2B manufacturer and distributor of gift and stationery items had been outsourcing printing. In March 2010 they formed a separate printing company, Verdant Graphics, to serve the print needs of Design Design and the local community. Verdant chose the Presstek 52DI to produce quality printing with short turnaround times.
This print communications firm installed a Presstek 34DI to fill the gap between their conventional offset and Konica Minolta toner-based equipment. In addition to profitably printing short-run, high quality printing on the 34DI, they are enjoying its capability to print on heavy stocks and complement their other production equipment to deliver new applications.
Presstek DI presses economically deliver environmentally friendly, fast turnaround, high quality short run color printing, in run length quantities from 500 to 20,000. The Presstek 52DI operates at 10,000 sph and has a maximum sheet size of 20.47" x 14.17". The Presstek 34DI prints a 7,000 sph and has a maximum sheet size of 13.39" x 18.11".
The Dimension Pro family of platesetters provides high performance, ease of use and low cost of operation. The Dimension Pro Series includes the 4-page Dimension Pro 400 Series and the 8-page Dimension 800 Series. These highly productive platesetters range in production speeds from 15 to 50 plates per hour.
Miami-based City Colors has acquired its third Presstek 52DI digital offset press. "By adding a third press and increasing the number of finishing lines, we can now offer same-day service to our trade customers at unbelievably competitive prices," relayed Miguel
Presstek Inc., a leading supplier of digital offset printing solutions to the printing and communications industries, announced that John Meyer has been promoted to vice president of marketing, reporting directly to Chairman, President and CEO Stan Freimuth. Meyer joined Presstek
Commercial printing industry supplier company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ August 2014 edition, featuring Konica Minolta Business Solutions USA, 3D Systems, Xerox Corp., Graphco, Ryobi MHI, GPA, Specialty Substrate Solutions, Presstek
Jeffrey A. Beck has joined Presstek as president and CEO. He succeeds David Savage who recently transitioned to lead WaterJet Holdings, another portfolio company held by Presstek’s owner, American Industrial Partners.