We are looking for a full time prepress\digital print operator in our in-plant print department in Rockford MI. If interested please apply online: https://careers-wolverineworldwide.icims.com/jobs/10200/prepress-graphic-coord---rockford/job
We use Pitney Bowes' Di950 folder inserter with around 80K per month volume. It is my second one. Basic OMR, very easy to operate.
I am looking at the new Xerox Versant 2100 and am impressed. Our main application is full bleed, full color saddle stitched and twin loop catalogs. The Plockmatic Pro 50 options seems to be a great option. What do Konica, Ricoh and Canon have that competes or comes close to this in quality...
My understanding is that the KM8000 has inline densitometers, not spectrometers and the op still needs to manually calibrate color and create output profiles with a X-rite i1Pro Spectrophotometer. Xerox's ACQS is automated. hat has made the task extremely easy and fast for our operators...
I have a KM IC-305 External Fiery RIP with the Graphics Arts Premium package for a C6500. It had about two months use on it before we got rid of the C6500. Anyone have any interest or make a suggestion on where I could sell it? Willing to let it go very cheap...Was $32000 new.
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