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Creating Giant Girl Scout Cookies

Creating Giant Girl Scout Cookies

While we haven’t quite figured out how to clone ourselves – aside from that of the 2-D variety – we have mastered the art of creating giant cookies using our new wide format equipment. Although, maybe don’t eat them… Creating Giant Girl Scout Cookies – Explained in 60 Seconds The Process PRINT. The file is set to… Read more »

New Hire News: Meet Brian Rohde, Wide Format Project Manager & Operator

New Hire News: Meet Brian Rohde, Wide Format Project Manager & Operator

Contrary to popular belief, our newly supersized wide format print operations aren’t run on jumbo-scaled presses by giants handling 4’x8′ foam boards as if they were sheets of paper. It is, however, practically mythical how print-savvy, regular-sized humans can create larger-than-life prints. Look, here’s one now! Meet Brian Rohde, Wide Format Project Manager & Operator Name… Read more »

Announcing New Supersized Services

Announcing New Supersized Services

There have been plenty of changes already at Delzer this year, but we’re not quite done sharing new ways in which we continue to bring world-class service to our customers in design, print, and fulfillment. We’re pleased to announce that your printing options with Delzer have gotten even bigger this year – literally. We’ve expanded our wide… Read more »

Equipment Profile: Standard Horizon Perfect Binder

Equipment Profile: Standard Horizon Perfect Binder

ICYMI: Last week, we gave a 10,000-foot view of some big changes within our bindery department. We’re now narrowing that scope to individually outline how each piece of new machinery pertains to your print jobs. Since perfect binding is a new in-house service at Delzer, we’re eager to share how our Standard Horizon Perfect Binder equipment can help… Read more »

Kitting Doesn’t Have to Be a Grinch

Kitting Doesn’t Have to Be a Grinch

It was a quarter past dawn, All the Whos, still a-bed, All the Whos, still a-snooze, When he packed up his sled. Packed it up with their presents. The ribbons! The wrappings! The tags! And the tinsel! The trimmings! The trappings! Three thousand feet up! Up the side of Mt. Crumpit, He rode with his… Read more »

Common Mailpiece Dimensions

Common Mailpiece Dimensions

The Print-Centric Designer Designers who specialize in traditional, tangible marketing materials have numerous details to consider when setting up their artwork for print distribution – but for the sake of keeping your attention, we’re only going to focus on two that specifically relate to this post. That’s right, just slowly move your mouse away from… Read more »

Mail Classifications Made Simple

Mail Classifications Made Simple

Here’s a scenario: You’re planning a campaign for an upcoming event. You want to hit as many people with your message as possible, for the best price, within a realistic timeframe. You intend to use a number of different print pieces like postcards, invitations, and maybe even a custom, die-cut and folded piece to really… Read more »

Digitally Driven: New Equipment Announcement

Digitally Driven: New Equipment Announcement

New to Delzer’s digital press floor joins not one, but two new Konica Minolta AccurioPress C6100 digital color presses. They replace our single KM C7000 digital press, bringing you quicker turnaround time, brilliant color, and value-added features.   Konica Minolta AccurioPress C6100 Features Secure Speed and Capacity Hide your personal desktop printer’s eyes – the Konica Minolta… Read more »

Printing Terms That Go Toe-to-Toe

Printing Terms That Go Toe-to-Toe

Print is by no means a young invention; it’s been around wayyy longer than your mother-in-law. When working with a printer, it’s helpful to understand the terms that adhere specifically to the printing process as a well-informed customer. But while print itself is a deeply-rooted advancement in society, it continues to have tricky terms that still… Read more »