Lasermax Roll Systems

From Web Offset to Roll-fed Digital
May 1, 2014

As one of the world’s largest in-plants, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ 350-employee Printing Division has some impressive equipment in its Salt Lake City facility. The sound of its Timson and manroland web presses fills the air on a typical day as they crank out long-run jobs for distribution around the world.

Winds of Change in Wisconsin
October 1, 2013

Autumn should prove to be an exciting season at the Wisconsin Department of Administration’s Bureau of Publishing and Distribution. The all-digital, 60-employee shop, located in the state capital of Madison, is moving into a new facility this month. And, as temperatures outside begin to drop and leaves start to fall, the in-plant will be busy enhancing its new digs with fresh equipment and other improvements to help customers fulfill their printing and mailing needs.

Color Printers Bring PGE Closer to Transpromo Goals
April 1, 2011

Portland General Electric (PGE) recently moved a step closer to its goal of providing transpromo communications to customers when it installed two InfoPrint Solutions (IPS) 5000 color digital ink-jet printers in its in-plant.

Dscoop6 to Bring HP Users to Orlando
February 4, 2011

Less than two weeks from today, the Dscoop6 conference will kick off in Orlando, giving HP users the chance to preview many new product releases. Dscoop (the Digital Solutions Cooperative) is an independent global community of graphic arts business owners and technical professionals who use HP equipment and related solutions, including HP Indigo and Scitex.

Excellus BlueCross BlueShield: Diversify and Thrive
January 1, 2011

In this digital age, not everyone views the subject of printing in an optimistic light. But Catherine Ciardi feels she has the perfect surfboard underneath her to navigate and tame the wave of the future.

The Road Taken
June 1, 2010

AS A high-school student in Parma, Ohio, Rita Puljer had little interest in college as a stepping stone to a fast-track career. Ultimately, she wanted to be a stay-at-home mom, a very demanding (and rewarding) vocation, but one that doesn't require a degree, references or an elaborate résumé. Still, after graduation, Puljer needed an income.

Baltimore Mavens...of Print
October 1, 2009

IT STARTED in the parking lot. As he stepped out of his car one day, Greg Cooper, print shop manager for the city of Baltimore's Digital Document Division, happened to run into the city's IT director. They started talking about the checks and bills that IT was printing for the city on its Xerox 92C printers. Cooper told him, flat out, that his in-plant was better positioned to handle this work than IT, whose main focus was supposed to be computers and data.

Lasermax, BBH to Integrate Technologies
July 10, 2009

Lasermax Roll Systems plans to integrate Böwe Bell + Howell’s JETVision machine-vision technology within its WebVision product line. WebVison uses state-of-the-art cameras to scan the full width of the web and capture large, high-resolution images.

Xerox Honors Its Partners
February 20, 2009

Xerox has honored 15 business partners for their contributions, chief among them Rochester Software Associates Inc. and C.P. Bourg. Xerox works with software and hardware providers to create integrated solutions that extend the capabilities of Xerox products. The awards recognize leading partners in two categories: workflow software and document feeding and finishing solutions.

Moving Into Transpromo
February 1, 2009

OVER THE past couple of years, the term “transpromo” has been popping up across the printing industry, particularly among in-plants, where demand for it is highest. What is transpromo printing, and why is it an attractive option for many companies and organizations? Transpromo is the addition of promotional or customer education messages to regular transactional documents, like bills and statements.