Printing in the UK?

Subject: Printing in the UK?
From: Chris Gooch <Chris -at- lightwork -dot- co -dot- uk>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 18 May 2001 16:06:22 +0100

Hi follks -

I was wondering what experience people out there have of
print companies who can produce software manuals
(in the UK). We need relatively small print runs (50 to 200).

In the past we've used 2 or 3 different people, with different
solutions (litho, only just becomes economic at the 200-250
unit point, digital press, etc.). Does anyone have experience
of demand-printing services, for example, or even of allowing
customers to demand print from service providers? (in the
latter case I guess I'd be interested in hearing about service
providers in North America also as we have a lot customers

If people want to email me off-line, I'll be happy to post a
summary to the list (I will of course remove anything
commercially sensitive or defamatory first!).

Thanks for any help,

Christopher Gooch, Technical Author,
LightWork Design Ltd., Sheffield, England.
chris -at- lightwork -dot- co -dot- uk


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