You Can’t Keep
 Offset Down

Wait, isn’t digital printing supposed to be taking over while offset fades quietly away? Why, then, are so many in-plants still adding offset presses?

Last year, University of North Texas Printing Services installed not one but two offset presses, including this five-color, 29˝ Ryobi 755XLW. Standing with it are (from left) Mark Spicer, Clem Deussen, Earl Callahan and Director Jimmy Friend.

Burlington County College installed this four-color Ryobi 524GE last year. With it here are (from left): Christine McCracken, Rick Jones, Steve Amitrano and Bob Cummings.

This Heidelberg QM DI press at Gannon University paid for itself in the money it saved in just its first year of operation. Showing it off here are (clockwise from bottom left) Director Chris Matheis, Joe Dolak, Dave States, Tim Natale and Mac Reed.

Showing off the University of Tennessee’s new two-color Heidelberg Printmaster QM 46-2 are (from left) Jerry Blair, Jack Williams and Carl Wright.

Standing by the San Bernardino Community College District’s new four-color Ryobi 524GE press are (from left) Chris Jones, Debbie Castro, Dennis Winters, Gloria Piggott, Carmen Sanchez and Louis Chavira.