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Me & My: HP Indigo 12000

When Rapidity acquired a new spacious building, it was time to install a new B2 press and branch into more diverse areas of work.

Me & my: Xerox Iridesse

Twenty one years ago David Ghent set up Minuteman Press in Bath as a small high-street print shop with two employees. This was one of the first of the originally US-based Minuteman franchise branches in the UK.

Me & my: Heidelberg Versafire CP

When A3 Design & Print installed its second Heidelberg Versafire CP digital press earlier this year, managing director Tony Pooles named them Victoria and Albert following a poll on social media.

Me & my: Riso ComColor FW5230

Sometimes you just want a no-nonsense machine for no-nonsense jobs. Spectrum Graphics is a small company with a big reputation for all kinds of digital material.

Me & my: Horizon SmartStacker

Rotherham is the site of the Advanced Manufacturing Park, home to high-tech firms specialising in areas such as additive manufacturing.

Me & my: Alwan Color Suite 6

Hine Labels in Rotherham loved its second digital colour press, a Dainippon Screen Truepress Jet 350UV+ narrow-web UV inkjet model installed a couple of years ago.

Me & my: Xerox Versant 180

Becoming an early adopter can be a shortcut to competitive advantage. It is also a leap in the dark, with shadows of uncertainty: will it pay off, how will customers receive it, will it even work?

Me & my: Nipson DigiFlex

When the time came to replace A1 Security Print’s two ageing Nipson 7000 web-fed digital printers, managing director Jim Richardson didn’t expect to be investing in another Nipson machine. However, when push came to shove, sticking with a technology he knew proved to be the best fit for his firm’s needs.

Me & my: Domino K630i

Black on white is still the clearest way to print text for easy reading, which explains why there are so many mono presses on the market dedicated to book work.

Me and my: Xerox Trivor 2400

Xerox Trivor 2400 At 100 metres a minute, Usain Bolt it ain’t. But then the Jamaican sprinter wouldn’t be much good at dashing off 36,000 A4 sheets in an hour, unlike the Trivor 2400. Like Bolt, the Xerox inkjet press is keen on setting records, and that’s partly because of the involvement of the appropriately named First Move Direct Marketing.

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