Exciting New Installation!
HP Indigo 3500 - 6 Colour Digital Press
Due to the ever increasing demand for quality colour digital print and the fast turnaround required, Planet have expanded our digital capabilities by installing our first HP Indigo 3500 Digital Press.
"True offset printing look and feel"
Our Indigo 3500 is additional to our existing digital presses, which are both Xerox units. Each of our presses have different specifications and abilities. Press selection will be based upon the varying requirements of individual print projects. We have produced a helpful print quality expectation guide for Planet's digital options to aid selection of the most appropriate production method. Please ask your Account Manager to view a copy, or request one for your records.
Features and Benefits of Planet's HP Indigo 3500:
- HP ElectroInk technology provides "true offset printing look & feel"
- 1600dpi high definition imaging
- Maximum sheet size 320mm x 482mm
- Maximum thickness of 350gsm for coated & 300gsm for uncoated papers
- Selected range of stocks available including:
textured, synthetic and recycled.
- Prints up to 400gsm on recycled boards
- High accuracy of colour and consistency each print run
- Excellent Pantone colour matching
- Some Pantone colours improved with IndiChrome 6 colour print (CMYK +Orange & Violet)
- Special Spot PMS colours available for regular users
- Spot Matt Varnish available
- Full colour personalisation available for Direct Marketing applications.
"You will be very impressed with the print quality"
Contact your Planet Press account manager for more information, quotations or print samples. We can also assist you with graphic design, document personalisation, mailing and distribution - just ask!
EnviroPrint - Gets Results!
Over the last 3 years EnviroPrint has continually developed, and during that time has produced over 120 projects for a variety of worthy beneficiaries.
Through the utilisation of reclaimed, recyclable potential waste material, EnviroPrint allows us to use our skills and resources to assist others in a positive and rewarding way. At EnviroPrint we actively work to minimise waste and maximise resource use. The potential waste paper that is utilised saves trees, oil, electricity, water and landfill and has a direct impact on climate change. The EnviroPrint assistance program has become an integral part of our business, and co-exists alongside our main-stream projects without impact on quality or timeliness.
Since inception, EnviroPrint has donated approximately 941,350 DL flyers, 570,750 Bookmarks, 157,445 A4 Brochures, 26,700 Greeting Cards, 88,500 Collector Cards, 57,000 A6 flyers, plus thousands of stickers, pads, brochures and business cards.
Estimates made at end of May 2008, calculate the paper stock and quantities produced equate to savings of approximately 118 mature forest trees. EnviroPrint aims to grow and develop new products and environmental initiatives. Opportunities exist for your business to assist and benefit from this scheme, for more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
At EnviroPrint every little bit counts! For more information on EnviroPrint and the important projects we assist, please visit: www.enviro-print.com.au
The Bilby is the only Australian animal with it's own National Day:
14 September 08
Please help us to assist Save The Bilby Fund by encouraging the children in your life, and their school to enter:
Proudly sponsored and web-hosted by Planet Press EnviroPrint, this nationwide competition will help educate, raise funds and provide a valuable learning experience about Australia's many amazing, but sadly, threatened native animals.
Hundreds of great prizes to be won!!
This is a fantastic, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the children in your life, to get up close and personal with one of Australia's most endangered animals. Plus, they may also have the chance to be inspired by Mr Frank Manthey, one of Australia's most passionate and motivational conservationists!
For more information,
or to enter the competition,
Opportunities for prize sponsors and corporate participation are still available:
If interested, please contact Joanne Johnstone