|Newspaper & Technology article, April 2006|
U.S. publishers are coupling their investments in new press technologies with training programs aimed at helping operators learn how to use the sophisticated and expensive machines. One training tool, printing simulator software, has become an almost standard item bundled into the overall press purchase contract.
|Sinapse Simulators now available for Goss Presses|
Sinapse Newspaper Simulators now available for Goss Universal and Uniliner Presses. Specifically adapted Sinapse training simulators are now available for selected models in the Goss newspaper press range from October 2007. The announcement at IfraExpo in Vienna covers Goss Universal 45/50, 75/80, Uniliner and Uniliner S presses.
|Newspaper Agency Corporation|
From Old School to High Tech: Sinapse Newspaper Simulator Eases the Transition at NAC. When the Newspaper Agency Corporation decided to invest in a new TKS CT 5000 press for its Salt Lake City plant, there was a lot on the line. Management wanted to take this opportunity to address general knowledge issues and standard operating procedure among press operators to maximize its investment.
|Presse Druck und Verlag-Augsburg|
World’s first 6 x 2 newspaper simulator from Sinapse running successfully for more than a year. Presse Druck und Verlag Augsburg, a major newspaper printer, installed one of the world’s first MAN Roland COLORMAN XXL newspaper presses in 2005. The multi-million euro project completely transformed their newspaper production and created new challenges for production staff.
|Rockford Register Star|
Simulator Speeds Rockford Register Star Transition from Letterpress to Offset. When the Rockford Register Star, Rockford, IL, purchased a new KBA Color press, it was faced with a challenge. With the paper moving to offset, it wanted to give its press operators a way to prepare for a host of changes.
|North Jersey Media Group|
SINAPSE Simulators Help North Jersey Media Group Gear Up for New Technology. When the North Jersey Media Group (NJMG), which prints The (Bergen) Record, The Herald News, and more than 40 weekly newspapers, decided to invest in a WIFAG OF 371 direct-imaging press, it wanted to give its press operators a jump on training by purchasing a Sinapse Graphic Newspaper Simulator.