Stork Cellramic donates
aniloxes to college
Stork Cellramic, Inc., Milwaukee, has donated a set of anilox rolls for use in a new five-color Mark Andy Scout press to Waukesha County Technical College (WCTC) in Pewaukee, WI.
“We are proud to join the many fine companies and organizations that are helping WCTC serve the needs of the growing printing community in Wisconsin,” says David Lanska, Stork’s regional anilox sales manager.
WCTC’s Graphic Communication programs developed over the past five years through a partnership among business, trade associations, the educational community and government. Stork’s donation is part of more than $1 million in equipment donations and discounts provided to WCTC by the printing industry. The school also has received $500,000 in grants from the state of Wisconsin. According to Dean F. Flowers, associate dean of printing and publishing, “a recent donation from the Flexographic Technical Association is helping offset a large part of the school’s cost for the Scout press.”
WCTC’s $5.4 million facility features spacious lab accommodations for imaging, full prepress capabilities including computer to plate, as well as a complete finishing department. The Scout is the first flexo press added to the 55,000 square foot Graphic Communications Center.