Kingwood College Project

The Kingwood college has a program that teaches graphic art. We allow them to come see the press in operation. Creating an invitation to each student was done by variable data. I have enclosed, the static portion, the variable data the, and printer characteristics and final output.

Designed by Kingwood College students, who were invited to come and observe while we printed their projects. The week before we printed black and cyan then came magenta and yellow on second run. . The project is all 4 up and were cut to size. Cut to size for to finishing Their project was a success.
Setup the printing unit by turning the dampening system on, lowering the squeeze roller and setting dampening volume to about 2 on the press. I turned each printing unit.
Prepared ink system by opening all the printing keys and set them to 11. My press crew and I examined trial sheet impressions until we had proper density and positioning.

DIGM_3152_Romero_Stephanie_ Kingwood VDP_Spring_2012_merged_Page_13`DIGM_3152_Romero_Stephanie_ Kingwood VDP_Spring_2012_merged_Page_14

Solid Ink Density
K    1.19
C    1.17
M    .93
Y    .89

%    TVI  (Dot Gain) %
K    25    21
50    16
C    25    23
50    34
M    25    14
50    25
Y    25    26
50    26

Trap

Blue    C    1.06    84%

M    .83

Green    C    1.00    96%

Y    .89

Red    M    .83    84%

Y    .81

 

About webagent99

Stephanie is pursuing her Master of Arts in Digital Media Studies and is currently working on her Capstone Project that focuses on Best Practices in Package Design. Stephanie served as the Graduate Representative on the University Life Council Shared Governance committee and continues to serve as the SGA Representative for the Communication and Digital Media Association. Along with her SGA involvement, Stephanie is a Heights Interfaith Ministries Food Pantry volunteer, a 2014-2015 Who's Who Among Students recipient, and a National Engaged Leader Award recipient.

Posted on July 10, 2013, in Adobe Creative Cloud, Design Attributes, Digital Media, Graphic Production Process Control, InDesign, My Projects, Printing and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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