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On July 10 the Post & Courier reported that Summerville theatrical company the Flowertown Players were fighting to retain $3,000 worth of accommodation tax funding after Town Councilman Terry Jenkins complained about some of the language in the January production of RENT .
Whether you are picking our a color of ink, paint, fabric, or plastic- the choice you select is important.
4 mono units on the left side of the folder and a Goss UOP three color unit with 3 other mono units on the right side. All units are on the ground.
We have 2 web tensioners - one for the UOP and one at the very end of the "left" (Units 1-4) side of the press that we run through before hitting the cyan (unit 1)
The paper roll starts under unit 2 and then travels under unit 1, then through the tensioner, then through the 4 mono units to the folder.
No pull in problems at all with any of the other webs, just when we add the bottom web color from the "left side" of the press.
The color registration on the UOP is nearly perfect, but when we add the "left" side of the press printing 4-color through the 4 mono units (which is the very bottom web) we get color registration/pull in/paper stretch problems with the bottom web.
Normally print 3 to 4 webs total.
Pull-in problem worsens when running more webs, but paper stretch/registration problems always occur when printing from the "left side" of the press which is always 4-color. (even when running only one web through that end)
of each would best fit on a sheet, if you gave it the info.
I constantly need to do digital impositions where the combination press sheets may have
50 of 5 cards
350 of the next card
750 of another card
125 of 4 cards
500 of 10 cards
etc - etc - etc.
I am not looking for imposition software - mine is great
I just need to figure the best value of "ups."
someone knows of software that can read the meta data (xmf or whatever it is)
that is tagged to a file from an online storefront (XMPie)
and can use all of the internal data, along with the PDFs, to create the imposition.
Assembly today announced it has appointed Jeff Brooks, former Chief Executive Officer of M&C Saatchi, as the media agency's Chief Commercial Officer, effective immediately.
OneVision Inc. is seeking a highly motivated Technical Support Specialist for its Andover, MA
office. The ideal candidate should have a strong background in printing, prepress workflows,
color management, and computer networking. The Technical Support Specialist will work in
both a technical consulting and support role, providing help desk support, product
demonstrations, and remote training. The candidate will also help communicate customer
feedback to development and assist in the external release management of OneVision products
to North American customers.
This is a non-telecommuting position.
• BS in Printing Technology, New Media Publishing, or related field
• Strong background in print production, color management, and prepress workflows
• Advanced knowledge of PDF files (preflighting, modifying, editing) as well as experience
with PostScript, EPS, and raster data formats
• Practical experience with color correction, image enhancement, and photo retouching
• Competence with Adobe Creative Suite, QuarkXPress, and Microsoft Office.
• Excellent trouble-shooting skills with production files and multi-faceted workflows
• Knowledge of computer networking (Mac and Windows), hardware support, and virtual
• Strong communication and organizational skills with the ability to multi-task multiple ongoing
• Desire to learn new technology (e.g. digital publishing, etc.)
OneVision is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Compensation is commensurate with experience.
OneVision provides a competitive compensation and benefits package, including: salary, 401k,
Major Medical, and Dental.
OneVision is a multinational company specializing in workflow technology for the printing and
publishing industry. Innovative products, high-value solutions, and solid management
philosophies are key factors in the company’s global growth and success. OneVision is
headquartered in Germany with subsidiary offices in France, United Kingdom, Brazil, Singapore,
India, and the US.
Email resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
The SONORA Plate Green Leaf Award, sponsored by Kodak, presented its first Latin American recipient to Grupo RBS for its efforts to reduce the environmental impact of the commercial printing industry in the region.