New printing press breaks ground in Panama

Panamanian print shop Norma Color has acquired a press that allows personalized documents to be printed director from computer images.

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

The press, a Hewlett Packard Indigo 5500, skips the plate-making stage of the traditional offset, while a variable data system allows each sheet to be printed differently from the same basic design, said Norma color chief executive Erick Martins. Both sides of a sheet can be printed simultaneously, he added.

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