The new Versafire EV is able to print white first and the CMYK process colors on top, creating strong luminous images when printing on colored substrates and achieving new unusual effects. Where previously several processes were required, it is all done now in a single pass. The new automatic inline calibration and inline register provide a high degree of stability, precision and improved quality. Inline color measurement and automatic calibration take place ahead of the printing process and ensure constant color stability across the entire run. Top image quality is achieved thanks to the new resolution of 4,800 × 2,400 dpi. Click Read More below for additional information.
Copresco has installed a General Binding Corporation G2 punch to expand its binding capabilities for digitally printed books, manuals and publications.
“Combined with our Konica Minolta press, the GBC G2 provides professionally printed, punched and ready-to-bind documents—in one easy step,” notes Copresco President Steve Johnson.
With the new punch, along with two existing James Burn AlphaDoc punches, Copresco now has the option of preprint, inline, or post press punching for maximum flexibility and faster turnaround of loose-leaf, plastic coil and double loop wire bound books. “This assures that even with our growing production volumes Copresco will honor its Copies Overnight commitments,” Johnson says.
The GBC G2 offers numerous multiple-hole die set options with selectable pins for the most common professional punch patterns. It enables punching of a wide range of sheet sizes, on both the long and short edge of the sheet; and includes the ability to punch tabs.
Copresco produces millions of pages of short-run publications, books and manuals. Projects range from booklets, catalogs, handbooks, textbooks and technical materials to training aids, guidebooks, newsletters, calendars and cookbooks.