Owner Theo Pettaras says, “Our original NexPress has served our company well, it has been our main print production solution since our inception. We took the 2100+ version, which meant we were able to upgrade as we went along, which has been terrific. However the launch of the SX3300, with its long sheet feeder, improved six micron ink, the new matt fuser, and other features convinced us that investing in the new press was the right move, and five years after we put in our first is a good time.”
Digitalpress has been running its original Kodak 12 hours a day in recent times. The ability of the Kodak to print on virtually any offset stock also played a key part in the company’s decision to stick with Kodak’s solution. Pettaras says, “Kodak has proved a great partner for us, and I think the new three company agreement with Heidelberg and Konica Minolta will prove beneficial to us.” Digitalpress recently bought a polar guillotine from Heidelberg and has a Konica Minolta 8000 digital press.
Adrian Fleming, managing director of Kodak Australia says, “Digitalpress is without doubt one of the thought leaders of digital printing in this country. Theo and his team are constantly pushing the creative boundaries, and have seen constant success as a result. Its investment in the new Kodak is a real testimony to the ability of the NexPress to meet those challenges and produce the kind of work that has seen Digitalpress pick up award after award.
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