Re: short runs

Subject: Re: short runs
From: Terry Freedman <etfreedman -at- EASYNET -dot- CO -dot- UK>
Date: Mon, 14 Apr 1997 02:19:07 -0500

At 20:43 13/04/97 +0800, you wrote:
>Terry -
>
>Sue Gallagher <sgallagher -at- expersoft -dot- com> said:
>> Well, Idunno about the UK, but here, that sounds like a job for
>> a Docutech (TM) print shop. An infoseek search for "docutech"
>> yields 1200+ sites -- surely one of them will be a UK connection.
>
>Yep, we use a Docutech shop for similar manuals to yours -- 90 - 250
>pages, Reylux (sp?) card covers, wire-O binding. We do small runs
>(10 - 30 copies) on same-day or next-day turnaround.
>
>It sounds as though you've found the name of a printer for your immed-
>iate needs. Still, I suggest you chase up the names of a few suitable
>Docutech printers in your area, just in case you're not happy with your
>new shop. You want someone who delivers good quality work on time. You
>also want someone with good technical people who understand the equip-
>ment.
>
>We asked the local Xerox office for the names of Docutech shops in our
>city, and especially ones who knew what they were doing.
>
>Note that the basic Docutech is just a fancy photocopier. If you want to
>send them electronic files and not paper masters, you need a Docutech
>with the media unit (I think that's what it's called). I find it very
>convenient to be able to e-mail my documents in PostScript form.
>


Stuart
Thanks for the extra info.
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