Integrity Graphics, Inc., in the forefront of green innovations, has successfully tested the G7 method of consistent color matching on 100% recycled paper. G7 is an improved method for matching color across multiple devices. Its goal is repeatable, consistent color and images from proof to press, press-to-press, and printer-to-printer.
GLASTONBURY, CT—Chatham Printing, a family-owned business formerly based in Newington, CT, plans to reopen this month. Now known as The Chatham Group, and located here, the printer features many of the same staff and services, plus a few new offerings. "As with Chatham Printing, our new operation is a mid-sized, sheetfed shop with capabilities ranging from two- to six-color, museum-quality reproduction, in-house diecutting and fulfillment services," says Dave Eck, president of The Chatham Group. "In addition, we're also offering some new Internet-based solutions," he adds. Eck and his father, Jim, made the decision to reopen Chatham after an unsuccessful joint venture that recently dissolved.
BY MARK SMITH In this age of computers, flatbed scanners and color desktop printers, it's easy to forget that not every document is readily available as a digital file, nor does every piece have to be printed in four-color to be effective. These are just two of the reasons why color copiers and digital duplicators, respectively, continue to be productive tools in the "print-for-pay" market segment. While they fit slightly different applications, both product categories can be considered entry-level digital printing systems from a price standpoint. Color copiers is the harder category to pin down in terms of target markets and applications. Manufacturers already