The Envelope 

Digital envelope printing is skyrocketing at in-plants thanks to the availability of new digital envelope presses.

At Eastern Kentucky University, Director Richard Tussey and Production Coordinator Sarah Gregory discuss an envelope job being printed on the in-plant’s OKI CX3641.

Andrea Lopiano, prepress assistant at Virginia Tech, runs post cards on the shop’s Intoprint Technology C9850.

Operator Jonathan Brown (left) and Manager Glenda Miley stand with Auburn University’s Xanté Ilumina Digital Envelope Press. Thanks to it, the in-plant is now the university’s official printer of #9 and #10 one- and two-color envelopes.

Manager Steve Aicholtz (left) and operator Frank Torres are more than happy with the Community College of Philadelphia’s PSI LM3655 envelope printer.

By addressing envelopes with his in-plant’s PSI 3655 envelope press, Steve Hagen, from Northern Arizona University, saves customers from having to print labels.