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New Heidelberg Press Installed in FVTC's Printing and Publishing Press Lab

Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

November 22, 2005 -- Technicians from Heidelberg USA, Inc. recently completed the installation of a new Speedmaster (SM) 52-P lithographic press in the Printing and Publishing lab at Fox Valley Technical College in Appleton, WI. The two-color perfecting press can print up to 15,000 sheets per hour on a maximum sheet size of 14” x 20”. The SM 52-P will be used by the college’s Printing and Publishing students to produce lab projects in several printing classes. “This partnership with FVTC is very important to Heidelberg,” said Achim Schmidt, sales representative for Heidelberg USA, Inc. “Equipping educational facilities is very important because these are people who train the future labor force.” FVTC also values this relationship. “We have a tremendous partnership with Heidelberg and are excited to have them onboard to provide learning experiences that will help our students succeed,” said Gary Kilgas, dean of FVTC’s Graphic Arts Division. For more information, contact Dale Drake, FVTC’s Printing and Publishing Department chair, at (920) 735-4879 or e-mail drake@fvtc.edu. Fox Valley Technical College is committed to helping people reach their potential through education and training for employment. The college offers more than 80 associate degree and technical diploma programs, nearly 120 short-term certificates, and instruction related to 20 apprenticeship trades, in addition to providing services to business and industry. Each year, the college serves almost 50,000 people throughout its five-county district. The FVTC Web site can be found at www.fvtc.edu. “Knowledge That Works.”




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