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All Out Print Begins Production With KBA Genius

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

KBA North America, a global press manufacturer based in Williston, Vermont, and Dallas, Texas, announces that All Out Print Communications, a general commercial printer located in Woodridge, Illinois, has begun production on its new KBA Genius 52 UV press the first week of February 2009. The firm is already equipped with a five-color 56´´ KBA Rapida with coater, a second 56´´ KBA Rapida with interdeck UV curing and coater.
 
“We’ve added a new member to the All Out family,” says JB Capuano, founder of All Out. “The Genius 52 UV, the world’s first waterless and roller-less offset press is starting production on short-run point-of-purchase and packaging.”
 
Paper, plastic, foil, or almost any non-porous substrate can be printed
 
Why did All Out decide to install a small footprint machine? “The Genius is extremely efficient,” says Capuano. “We can set it up in less than seven minutes and then it quickly produces a job at up to 8,000 sheets per hour. In addition to being the fastest press in its size category, the Genius 52 creates consistent, high-quality prints on just about any substrate. It prints on paper, plastic, foil, or almost any non-porous surface. So if our customers need to print small format lenticular-we can do it! The Genius has it covered. It also gives our customers a lot of flexibility. The Genius offers the world’s widest stock range in this format, from 80lb to 32pt. What’s more, it accommodates a variety of sheet sizes, with a maximum sheet size of 14.2-inches by 20.47-inches, a minimum sheet size of 8.27-inches by 11.69-inches, and a maximum printable area of 13.78-inches by 19.69-inches. Plus, it received the coveted 2006 Intertech Technology Award from PIA/GATF.”
 
All Out Print Communications was founded three years ago by JB Capuano and four partners as a print brokerage. After investing in very large format and digital presses in its first year, the large-format shop generated over $9 million in revenue. This year the firm is on track for $14 million, with plans to increase production space by 50%, from 25,000 sq.ft. to 37,000 sq.ft. in mid-2010.
 

 

 

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