Two Additional Docutech 6180s Installed
Copies Overnight, Inc. has installed two additional Docutech
6180 network publishing systems at its Carol Stream, Ill. plant.
The digital printing firm now operates five Docutechs, including three
6180 systems and two 135 models. "The new equipment increases our
production capacity by 40 percent and significantly expands our
capabilities to handle multiple runs of millions of impressions," says
president Steve Johnson.
"While the printing industry in general is concerned with overcapacity,
we have been running at near peak production for the past year," says
production manager Chuck Legorreta. "We needed the additional equipment
to meet growing customer demands for higher volume jobs and to maintain
our guarantee that 250,000 impressions will be delivered the next
business day for each customer."
Copies Overnight purchased it first Docutech in 1990 and installed one
of the first 6180 systems in the Chicago area last year.
The publishing systems are linked through a digital network. Documents
are printed with laser-sharp 600 dpi resolution from artwork or
computer files received on removable media, the company's computer
bulletin board or over the Internet. Inline finishing operations
include collating, index tab imprinting and insertion, corner and side
stitching and tape binding.
Copies Overnight specializes in high-speed looseleaf and bound
documents printing, finishing and distribution for clients in the
general business, printing trade, technical and institutional fields.
For three consecutive years, the company has received Premier Print
Awards from the Printing Industries of America for excellence in the