electronic prepress

electronic prepress

The use of computers to prepare camera-ready materials up to the actual printing stage. It includes drawing, page makeup and typesetting, all performed electronically rather than by drafting or mechanical cut and paste methods.
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Today, the company boasts a fully integrated ecommerce customer front end, a wholly electronic prepress operation, over 75 custom label presses including digital machinery, a laser diecutter, and over 500 employees who, as custom label experts, the company says, are encyclopedic about pressure sensitive labels used in every industry.
HMRM has partnered with leading Southern California printing firm Southwest Offset Printing as its manufacturing, electronic prepress and distribution hub.
This edition has more illustrations and a guide to generating files for electronic prepress, and emphasizes the importance of the computer.
Electronic prepress technicians use computers, workstations and other devices to prepare jobs for printing or output through other means.
Gold has more than 30 years experience in technical and production management positions in the printing industry, including President of a consulting firm specializing in color electronic prepress and desktop publishing solutions, and as Vice President Operations and General Manager of Gotham Graphics Inc.
PRODUCT MARKETING SUPPORT COMPANIES: Sales from $10 - $40MM doing digital printing, personalization, mailing services and inserting, bindery, electronic prepress, sheet-fed printers 2-color and up.
These sectors were electronic prepress services (11.
EFTC will supply Agfa with circuit card assemblies used in Agfa's Electronic Prepress Systems (EPS).
Job functions in electronic prepress also change every 24 months, and Moore-Langen, like most printers today, pays a lot of attention to recruitment, workforce development and training.
Autologic Information International, a Thousand Oaks-based maker of electronic prepress systems for publishers, reported a net income of $825,000 (14 cents) on sales of $22.
Meanwhile, Guncheon sees himself as being in the experimental stages of electronic prepress.
From 1993 to 2001, he worked with Creo Products, an international provider of electronic prepress systems to the graphic arts industry, where he held various senior management positions before becoming President of Creo America.
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