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Boneck Printing Installs 6-color SM 52

Friday, July 10, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Kennesaw, Ga. -- Boneck Printing, Sheboygan, Wis. makes the most of its smaller size by staying nimble and accessible, and by utilizing the highest quality, most versatile equipment available. The longtime Heidelberg customer, which has both the Heidelberg Prinect Prinance MIS and Prinect Printready prepress workflow, recently installed a Speedmaster SM 52 6-color press in an effort to compete on smaller-run jobs it had been losing to digital print.
Said company president Tom Behrens, “We’re now competitive with short-run digital on offset. We’ve cut our makeready times on the Speedmaster SM 52 by 50 percent thanks to our decision to go with Prinect Axis Control color measurement and control system. Sending prepress information directly to both the new press and our existing 6-color Speedmaster SM 74 via our Prinect Printready workflow has also proven to be a tremendous time saver.” Elsewhere in the shop, Boneck operates a Heidelberg Suprasetter 52 platesetter, a Heidelberg 72ZP 2-color perfector, a Heidelberg TOK press, and a Printmaster QM 46-2, in addition to a pair of Stahl B 26 folder and B 20 folders and a POLAR ECM automated cutter. The company uses several different Heidelberg Saphira consumables including inks, press wash and Saphira Chem-free plates.
Established in 1962 and with 14 employees, Boneck handles a variety of commercially printed products from envelopes and letterheads to Styrene and POP displays printed with special, quick-drying inks for customers in 36 states. “What people like about us is that we are small enough that they can talk directly to the individuals responsible for their work. What we like about Heidelberg has everything to do with the fantastic quality and dependability of its hardware and software.”




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