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Print Harmony installs Printmaster QM 46

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Kennesaw, GA - Jason Gabay, manager of Print Harmony LLC, a trade printer in Clearwater, Fla., reports the installation of a Heidelberg Printmaster QM 46 2-color press to answer customer demand for fast, high-quality 1- and 2-color printing, primarily business forms, letterheads and envelopes.

"We are the first trade-only printer in the U.S. to offer quick printing to the trade," Gabay said. "Most trade printers do strictly 4-color work and are gang-run operations. We did our market research and turned up a niche, which the small-format QM 46-2 enables us to serve."

Gabay praises the many automated features of the new press, including AutoPlate, electronic sheet monitoring and arrival control, on-the-fly register adjustment, and rapid-response inking unit for superior print quality.

"Thanks to the automation on the QM 46, we can make ready in less than five minutes," he said, "and keep our promise to deliver everything in 24 hours at no additional charge. You can buy a cheaper machine, but the quality and productivity just aren't there. Automation is where the money is. With the Printmaster QM 46, we can produce jobs even more quickly and cheaply than our customers can!"

Established in 2002, Print Harmony also operates Heidelberg Speedmaster CD 74 presses, as well as multiple POLAR cutters and Stahlfolders. From a service standpoint, said Gabay, support from Heidelberg has been invaluable in keeping his equipment up and running for the benefit of his customers. "We specialize in fast turnaround and have smaller printers depending on us," he said. "Heidelberg understands that we can't afford the downtime, and they've been there for us every step of the way."




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