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Re: How about the 'new' CJ?

by Gordon M Lowe » Mon Oct 07, 2013 11:33 am

Found this piece about the press: http://www.newsandtecharchives.com/issues/2001/11-01/nt/11-01_purchase.htm

I remember hearing they imported technicians to live here to baby it when it was installed. Seems to be a rather temperamental beast that breaks down a lot.
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Re: How about the 'new' CJ?

by Carla G » Mon Oct 07, 2013 12:39 pm

So, a bit older than I had remembered. Nifty article though . Thanks for sharing, Gordon!
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Re: How about the 'new' CJ?

by Gary Guss » Tue Oct 08, 2013 6:51 am

Here's the Indy Star pressroom ... The Indianapolis Star has the largest and most advanced printing presses in the nation.[5] The Pulliam Production Center at 8278 N. Georgetown Road on the northwest side of Indianapolis cost $72 million and covers 200,000 square feet (19,000 m2); printing of the Star at the facility began in 2002. The press hall that houses the four MAN Roland Geoman presses has 30,672 square feet (2,850 m2) on two levels. Each of the presses weighs 2,100 short tons (1,900 t), stands seven stories tall, and can print 75,000 papers an hour.[6] With all four presses running, 300,000 papers can be printed in just one hour. The Pulliam Production Center allows tours of the facility.
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