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A Funny Thing Happened

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A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Production
by Noel Ward, Editor@Large
Don’t you just hate it when you know you’ll have to send part of a job out?

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The Job Was Going Great Until....

The Big Job Was Going Great Until….
by Noel Ward, Editor@Large
The big job was going great until a small wrench vibrated its way off the top of a tower and dropped into your press. It did a number on the plate, put a really amazing gouge on the impression cylinder, and made an incredible sound before the operator got the thing shut down. And you were only 20 minutes into a three-hour, six-color job on your primary sheet-fed press. Helluva way to start a Tuesday.

So minutes later you, the pressman, and a couple others are huddled around the press, considering the damage and thinking about what to do. Removing the impression cylinder and resurfacing it would take the better part of a week and you have too much work in the queue to lose this press for that long. Getting a new roll from the press manufacturer will run well north of Twenty-Large. You do not want to outsource these jobs and give up the revenue. The calculator in your brain is clicking away and you don’t like the numbers. Link to Article

Onward!

Ultimate White Paper
Onward!
by Noel Ward, Editor@Large
No matter the reasons behind a business closure, it should not be a trigger for cynicism, especially in an industry that is shrinking at an alarming rate

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