Print UV 2011 Day One
I did ask the important question about the dyne level sustainability of this product and was told that due to its process, the sheet holds numbers without the decrease seen with other manufacturers. I am very curious to see what printers’ experience as more of this new material is used in our marketplace. Please feel free to Comment with your thoughts and experiences.
So with the conclusion of day one, the goal of offering a variety of options and solutions for the ultraviolet printing industry was again achieved.
Read about day two in my next blog.
Darren has worked in the printing industry for 30 years and spent more than 12 years at two of the nation's leading high-end commercial printers: Bradley Printing in Des Plaines, IL, and Williamson Printing Corp. in Dallas, TX. During that time, he operated conventional and UV 40˝ sheetfed presses and also successfully managed a $15-million pressroom equipment transition. Darren also was Lead Press Instructor for Heidelberg, where he directed specialty equipment startups and was involved in all aspects of the printing process by teaching both instructor and pressroom employees.
In addition, he served as a troubleshooter for various printing companies in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. As operations manager for a start-up specialty folding carton company, he played a key role in achieving more than $6 million in sales within two years. Currently Darren is president of D.G. Print Solutions, a consulting firm that supports printing companies of all sizes. He specializes in growth development planning, pressroom color management and pressroom training through specialty print applications.