On Feb 9, we had such a great time with over 120 people attending our open house. We showed off new technology, including digital print and foil, spot UV effects, and digital die-cutting. Plus, conventional foil/emboss, conventional offset presses, and Bobst die-cutters that span generations.
Our favorite thing to show off?
Our team! Our team of print professionals happily shared their expertise on the shop’s capabilities, new and long-standing, and with smiles all around.
Check out the video for a peek:
If you missed the chance to walk “The Yellow Brick Road” and you’re anxious to see more. Call any of our sales team to arrange a tour of your own. We can’t promise fresh cotton candy – but the laser die-cutter is cool all by itself.
After 77 years in the Farnam Street building, we moved into a new location. Not only is it more centrally located, we’ve also added more equipment and services to meet customer needs. The physical move began on July 9th, we are settling in, and ready to impress!
Barnhart Press and Wright Printing entered into partnership effective July 1st of 2016. Barnhart Press has been making great impressions since 1904 serving the local commercial printing market and will continue to honor the hard-earned and well-known reputation known as the “Barnhart Magic.” (More on Barnhart history here.)
With this partnership comes new technology and equipment, starting with the latest in digital die-cutting technology, the HighCon, and also a KAMA Press for foil stamping and diecutting, with further new equipment installations through August. In addition, Barnhart Press is relocating its employees and equipment to the recently renovated 90,000 square foot plant at 11616 I Street.
John Barnhart, 4th generation of the Barnhart Press Family and Company President noted, “The opportunity to offer our customers the very latest in pre-press, press, digital, die-cutting, folding, gluing, foil and embossing, in a single story, state of the art printing facility will put us in the forefront position to service customers in the most economical and efficient means possible.”
The Barnhart Press employees have shown great enthusiasm for the new opportunities to reach broader markets and to better serve their current customers with an array of expanded options.