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Adams McClure Unveils Its Newest Additions: HP and GBC

Monday, July 07, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

July 1, 2003 -- Adams McClure recently unveiled the newest additions to the Denver facilities, which includes two HP Designjet 5500 Series Printers and a GBC Titan 165 laminator. The HP Designjet 5500 Series Printers are ideal for producing banners and short-run jobs at the speed of 100 square feet per hour. Printing is done on specially coated media stock, which comes in rolls up to 300 feet long and ranges from 36 to 60 inches wide. These particular machines are set up with UV pigmented ink, which protects the products from fading due to exposure to the sun or outside elements. In addition to the two printers, a GBC Titan 165 laminator was also installed. This is a 62" wide laminator used to laminate in plastic or mount prints on foam core or board. This new equipment allows for the production of more cost-effective products because it enables us to manufacture jobs with a print area of a greater magnitude completely in-house, therefore reducing the amount of outsourcing of elements from our current customer base. We now have the complete ability to produce all P.O.P. products that Adams McClure specializes in, such as external graphics for windows, gas pumps, light boxes and much more. "The equipment adds to the diversity of our manufacturing capabilities, encourages a ‘one-stop shopping’ mentality to our customers, and allows Adams McClure to be more competitive in the large format digital printing arena when dealing with distributors and advertising agencies," declared Craig Olmstead, Operations Manager for Adams McClure.




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