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This is a list of all of the printing equipment we have at our facilities

This is a list of all of the printing equipment we have at our facilities

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  • NYC Stationery Division Pre-Press Agfa Apogee X Workflow Agfa Palladio Direct-To-Plate System Accuset 1000 Imagesetter Sherpamatic Digital Blueprint Proofer Sherp 24 Contract Matchprint Proofer Offset Department Ryobi 9985 12x18 True Two Color Ryobi 3200 12x18 With T-Head AB Dick 9800 Series with T-head Thermography Verko type With UV Attachment Engraving Department Western Technology Etching Machine Anderson Photopolymer Counter 2 4x9 Carver Hand Fed Presses 2 Die Stamping Automatic Presses Crossland With Computerized Foil Stamping 12x22 Chandler & Price Automatic Diecutter 14x22 Chandler &-Price Automatic Diecutter Bindery Paper Cutters Business Card Slitters Shrink Wrapping Machines
  • NYC Commercial Offset Facility Prepress (2) Apple Power-Mac G4 1.5 Gig Processors (1) Apple Power-Mac G5 Dual 1 Gig Processors Fuji Katana 5055 Image Setter Heidelberg Flatbed Scanner Epson 9800 & 7800 7600 Digital Contract Proofers Dell Xeon Dual Core Raid Servers Indesign3 &4, Quark Illustrator Computer To Plate Rampage Workflow Completer Digital Job Management Preps Imposition Software Fuji Javelin Platesetter Auto Plate Stacker Pressroom 2008 6 Color Heidelberg Speedmaster CD102 28 X 40 Aqueous Coater 2005 6 Color Komori Lithrone, 20 X 28 Aqueous Coater, 2004 6 Color Heidelberg Speedmaster 102, 28 X 40 CIP3 & JDF Integration Closed Loop Operation 14 X 20- 5 Color Komori Lithrone With Console 14 X 20 2 Color Heidelberg GTO 14 X 20 2 Color Hamada 665 Envelope Press Full Bindery Capabilities Including Folding, Scoring, Saddle Stitching, Mailing & Hand Assembly, Kleenstick, Labeling, Addressing, Collating, Inserting, Hole Punching, Hand Folding, Padding, Shrink Wrapping
  • Canadian Facility Print by Premier operates with a fully integrated PDF workflow, supported with Signa Station, an electronic imposition and sheet assembly tool. Our convenient FTP site allows clients to upload files quickly and securely. 10-Micron Stochastic Screening Our early investment in 10-micron printing and our dedication to perfecting its use has allowed us to be recognized as one of North America’s premier offset printers. The power of 10-micron stochastic screening breathes life into images by creating richer, more vivid colours and a level of definition that can’t be matched. For print projects that require impeccable accuracy, 10-micron stochastic screening produces images over three times more detailed than conventional print techniques. In traditional offset printing, dot patterns are equally spaced in a rigid pattern. A variety of dot sizes are used to achieve tonality, density and shading. Under magnification, you can easily identify the dot pattern used to create the image. In the stochastic process, all dots used to create an image are equally sized and are much smaller than those used in traditional offset printing. The dot pattern is randomised to allow a wider range of definition and dimensional effects, as well as a broader spectrum of colours. Light and dark areas are defined by using less or more dots to achieve the variations. Projects printed using 10-micron stochastic screening have greater detail, increased clarity and greater dimensional effects, as well as better flesh tones for a more realistic result. Colour is also controlled more effectively, allowing for a broader colour spectrum with smoother gradations. Color Management Colour Management is an integral part of our proofs and one of the key elements of our production process. To ensure that we provide our clients with accurate and consistent colour representation, we have established colour profiles, allowing us to replicate our proofs to better match our press sheets. Our colour management system ensures that colour is stable from one run to the next.
  • Presses The Print by Premier is equipped with a variety of press configurations that provide customers with print options up to 10 colours. We can provide single pass solutions with our perfecting presses. At Lowe-Martin we can enhance the printed press sheet with in- line aqueous coating. We provide a wide variety of aqueous coatings to choose from. Our colour management software provides connectivity from our prepress to our presses. Colour profiles established in prepress are sent to the presses electronically. The result is a more efficient make-ready process, allowing us to achieve the desired colour, while also reducing time and consumables involved. Bindery The Print by Premier provides a full complement of bindery options including saddle- stitching, perfect binding, cerlox, spiral, slot binding, punching, drilling, stitching, trimming, folding, tabbing, collating, gluing and die cutting. The wide variety of bindery options available allows us to take a job from an electronic file to a finished product.