Printing Services in Nashville, TN
With advantages such as auto plate loading, automatic washups, automatic converting to perfecting and much more, the Komori Spica 429P fits in comfortably at Midtown amoungst our other state-of-the-art equipment. Another advantage that comes along with our new press is our printing size capabilities have increased. We can now print up to 20 x 29 on a huge array of substrates, up to 24 point.
read moreFrom our humble beginnings in the 1970's as a precursor to the now ubiquitos "copy shop", Midtown Printing has grown to be Nashville's short-run printing leader. Always at the forefront of printing technology, we have also held on to technology of the past. Utilizing our state of the art digital equipment and antique letterpress puts us at an advantage to serve a wide range of customer needs. We also house a full service finishing and bindery department to produce everything from perfect bound books to t-shirt transfers.
read moreIn 1985 Midtown Printing became a pioneer in digital printing with the introduction of the Macintosh computer. Over the last three decades we have invested and reinvested in digital printing equipment to stay on the cutting edge of this fast changing technology. We currently have a number of Canon B&W and color laser printers, Indigo four color digital offset press, Xeikon digital perfecting web press and other digital devices for imaging and platemaking. In the first few years of the second millennium digital printing has become at least as significant as offset printing and continues to grow in importance.
read moreFor sizes larger than what our digital and offset presses will accommodate, we use our Oce Color Wave 600. This printer uses a wide range of substrates, from bond and photo quality paper and prints up to 42 wide.
read moreFor most of the 20th century offset printing was the dominant form of reproduction for almost all printed matter and it is still an important process in the industry. At Midtown Printing we utilize a number of different size and configurations of offset presses. The sheet size is what differentiates a small duplicator from a larger offset press. We use smaller 12" x 18" two color machines to print one and two color business cards, stationery, brochures, posters and invitations. The larger four color press is used for printing larger format one, two and four color products.