UNIMAC Graphics Has First KBA Compacta 215 16-Pg Web Press In US
Press release from the issuing company
CARLSTADT, NJ -- May 13, 2003 -- George Amann, President of UNIMAC Graphics says, "The Compacta 215 will help us to capitalize on dynamic new growth markets, such as direct mail, pharmaceutical, retail, and consumer goods. The KBA web press fulfills our strategy of providing a total service solution for our customers. We will be the first commercial printer on the eastern seaboard with both web and sheetfed capabilities up to 64" and 78".
The Newest Technology and Highest Quality Web Printing System in the U.S. has:
-- Shaftless Technology, means better registration, up to 300 LPI screens
-- Minigap Technology, cuts paper cost savings by 3.2%, save time and waste;
-- Imprinting Technology, make imprinting changes without stopping the press, running at full speed;
-- Range of Stocks, print on 27lb to 120lb (12pt board) huge advantage for advertising applications;
-- In-line Finishing Technology, over 100 different in-line commercial products, includes gluing, scratch-off, perfing, in-line diecutting, finished 4's, 8's, 6's, 12's.
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