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Budco Continues to Expand Digital Print Capability

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

HIGHLAND PARK, MICHIGAN – Budco, a leading fulfillment and direct marketing organization, has enhanced their digital print production and finishing capabilities by increasing the maximum sheet size they can process and adding the option of UV coating for digitally printed pieces.

Budco’s Xerox iGen4 digital printers now have a maximum sheet size of 14.33″x26″, offering the capability for larger output, as well as the ability to better optimize step and repeat printing for multiple smaller pieces.

“Our sophisticated digital production printing already incorporates things like automatic make-ready and collation, on-press proofing, built-in intelligence to maintain color fidelity and registration and the ability to mix stocks within a run,” said Rob Hyman, Budco executive vice president of Operations. “Now, with our expanded sheet size capability, we can offer our clients a wider range of cost-effective output options.”

The addition of UV coating, including the ability to apply spot varnish, provides the option to produce higher-quality, more durable digitally printed pieces, especially beneficial for direct mail, point-of-purchase displays and high-touch or heavily used sales and marketing materials.

“Expanding our print production and finishing capabilities are in direct response to meeting the ever changing needs of our clients. We are excited about being able to offer expanded solutions using our in-house resources,” said Hyman.


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