When it comes to putting ink on paper, we rely on the quality and reliability of our printing partner, Heidelberg. The jewels in the crown of our Heidelberg lineup are our Speedmaster long perfectors. Perfecting, the process of printing both sides of the sheet in a single pass, has come into its own with Heidelberg’s patented processes and equipment. It is perfecting perfected. It allows us to offer you 5/5 printing or 4/4 plus double coating in a single pass in the same amount of time as a straight run single sided, and without compromising quality.

  • Automated ink line
  • Auto plating and registration
  • Vario dampening system eliminates hickeys
  • One pass technology
  • CP 2000 network interface with touch screen controls
  • Fastest make-ready in the industry: 20 minutes total for both sides. We’re folding while other printers are still setting up the press
  • 250 lpi for clarity and sharpness that is second to none, and now for your high-end pieces 600 lpi is available
  • All Heidelberg presses are linked to the CPC-24 closed loop color management system for superior color control
  • All Heidelberg presses are Veris’ profiled to deliver the same color gamut which forms the basis for our ICC profiles
  • Higher accuracy and repeatability of color
  • Color is automatically adjusted to provide consistency throughout the press run Quality control reports provided to verify color consistency

Our Pressroom Equipment

Offset Presses

2016 Heidelberg SX 102 – 8 COLOR PERFECTOR WITH AQ COATER

  • Sheet size of 28” X 40” straight or perfecting.
  • Max image area of 27.5 X 39” (straight or perfecting).
  • Maximum thickness – 24pt
  • Prints up to 600 LPI while producing 15,000 sheets per hour, also while perfecting
  • Continuous feed and delivery system – eliminates changing loads and wasting paper
  • PerfectJacket impression cylinders are silicon coated titanium
  • Automatic register control, plate clamping and wash-up central control
  • Automatic InkLine distribution system for clean, efficient, and even coverage throughout the entire press run
  • Inking system temperature control for optimized conditions
  • Prinect Image Control – “Next Generation”

 

Heidelberg Speedmaster CD 74 – 8- LPL

 

  • Prints 4+aqueous coating/4+aqueous coating in one pass, or up to 8 color + aqueous straight printing:
  • Sheet size of 23 X 29-1/8 (straight or perfecting).
  • Max image area of 22” x 29” (straight or perfecting).
  • The smallest perfecting sheet size is 11.75” X 11”
  • Maximum thickness 32 pt.
  • Prints up to 600 LPI while producing 15,000 sheets per hour, also while perfecting
  • PerfectJacket impression cylinders are silicon coated titanium
  • Automatic register control, plate clamping and wash-up central control
  • Automatic InkLine distribution system for clean, efficient, and even coverage throughout the entire press run
  • Inking system temperature control for optimized conditions
  • Special Packaging Retrofit – Press will print 4 colors apply AQ turn then print 4 colors and die cut up to 24pt board all in line!!

 

Heidelberg Speedmaster CD 102 – 6 COLOR WITH AQ COATER

  • Sheet size of 28” X 40”.
  • Max image area of 27.5 X 39”.
  • Maximum thickness – 38 pt.,
  • CPC 1.04 CP Tronics
  • Tower Coater
  • Auto Plate,
  • Triple transfer cylinder
  • Auto Blanket and roller wash,continuous feed and delivery
  • Speeds up to 12,000 sheets per hour

 

Ryobi 3302M – 2 Color Press

  • Sheet size 13.39″ x 17.72″.
  • Max image area of 12.99 x 17.24″.
  • Ryobi 3302M is a true two color offset press with two blankets and a shared impression cylinder
  • Varn Kompac metered dampening system
  • Speeds up to 10,000 sheets per hour

Flexo Press

  • Mark Andy 2200 13” 8 color
  • Sheet size of 13” x up to 24” repeat or sheeted
  • Rated speed up to 500 fpm (feet per minute)
  • Two station inline die cut, inline lamination, inline slitting,
  • Dual cantilevered rewinds, Powerscope 3000 viewing system with 17” monitor,
  • 8 UV stations, 3 water stations, web turnbar with delam/relam
  • Standard self-adhesive label stock and film, semi-gloss, gloss and matte paper,
  • BOPP, PET, Yupo, clear and metallic films

 

Epson SurePress – Digital Label Press

  • Sheet size of 13” x up to 36” repeat
  • MicroPiezo Inkjet technology
  • Variable droplet technology for smooth gradiations and accurate colors
  • White ink capability
  • Very short run label solution
  • 4 color process + green and orange for truer pms color matching, matches 98% of pms colors
  • Standard self-adhesive label stock and film, semi-gloss, gloss and matte paper,
  • BOPP, PET, Yupo, clear and metallic films

Wide Format Press

Agfa Jeti Mira MG2732 S/HS – (Rigid and Roll wide format)

  • Rigid Sheet size of 8.82 ft. x 10.46 ft., print area is the same
  • Roll to Roll sheet size 6.72 ft. x depends on roll length, print area is the same
  • Speeds vary based on resolution.
  • Resolutions from 600 x 600 up to 700 x 1200 dpi
  • Thickness up to 2”
  • Six color + White ink, High pigment UV inks
  • 7pl droplet size producing stunning detail and text down to 4 point type
  • Virtually unlimited substrates

Digital Presses

HP Indigo digital press – 5600

  • Sheet size of 12 ½ x 19
  • Max image area 11 7/8 x 17 7/8
  • Max thickness – 18pt
  • W2P automated integration
  • 6 colors
  • Fusion Pro for high-speed text and image personalization – VDP
  • Expressions software – creates personalized messaging out of any image


Xerox Color 1000i Press (Process + Clear Ink)

  • Sheet size of 13 x 19.2
  • Max print area of 12.83 x 19.05
  • Rated Speed of 100 sheets per minute based on 8.5 x 11 4/0
  • Closed-loop color process controls,
  • Inline booklet maker finisher
  • Square fold trimmer module
  • 2400 x 2400 dpi,
  • Specialty stock such as synthetics and polyesters
  • +/- 0.5mm front to back registration, clear ink finish in line


I Jet inkjet press

  • Full color full bleed envelopes
  • Coin size envelopes up to 9 x 12
  • Full VDP integration for direct mail

XID 9300 Name Badge Printer

Videojet BX6600 lnkjet Printer – Graphics and addressing