Northeast Thermography Adds 4-Color Press, New Computer-to-Plate System
Press release from the issuing company
WALLINGFORD, CT – Northeast Thermography, a wholesale thermographer serving the printing industry, has introduced a 4-color press and a new computer-to-plate system which allows higher print quality on their 2 color and 4 color presses.
According to Allan Greenspan, General Manager of Northeast Thermography, "We are now capable of printing business stationery items and marketing material in full color as well as multiple spot colors in a single pass. As part of our product offering we are including full color business cards in thermography (raised printing) as well as flat printed photographic products. We are proud to be one of the first thermographers in New England to offer this specialized process."
Northeast Thermography was founded in 1986 to provide quality and affordable thermography to local printers. They have expanded their market area nationally and provide services which include foil stamping, foil embossing, embossing, flat printing, and die cutting.
For more information about Northeast Thermography , log onto www.nethermography.com.
Northeast Thermography is a member of the Worldwide Printing Thermographers Association, the industry’s official trade association whose mission is to promote and advance the art of thermography, and the use and application of the thermographic process.
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