UNT: Ready for Anything

Award-winning quality and stellar customer service have given University of North Texas Print & Mail Services an outstanding reputation on the “Mean Green” campus.

Standing with one of the in-plant's two HP Indigo digital presses are (from the left) Jimmy Friend, director of UNT Print & Mail Services, Judy Willis, assistant director, and Clem Deussen, production manager.

Clem Deussen (left), production manager, and Mark Spicer, press operator, go over a sheet printed on the two-color Heidelberg press, soon to be joined by a five-color, 29˝ press. A new Ryobi 3404 DI press arrived last month. More than half of the shop's large offset press jobs are four color. (Photo by Roy Nance, UNT.)

Operating the new C.P Bourg collator/booklet maker are (from the left) David Fitzpatrick, Brian Green and Randy Groves. (Photo by Roy Nance, UNT.)

Bindery Operators Brian Green (left) and David Fitzpatrick stand with the in-plant's MBO B26 folder. (Photo by Roy Nance, UNT.)

Val Lunday, digital color workflow specialist, waits for a plate to emerge from the Presstek Dimension 800 computer-to-plate system. (Photo by Roy Nance, UNT.)

Amber Guillory, digital print technician, loads paper into the Kodak Digimaster E125 black-and-white printer in Eagle Images' production center. (Photo by Roy Nance, UNT.)