SGIA stands for Specialty Graphic Imaging Association, which recognizes individuals who have contributed to the technical growth and/or advancement of the screen and digital printing industry.
Bovie Printing & Fabrication has been a member of SGIA for 40 years.
Bovie Printing & Fabrication would like to congratulate Thomas Campbell for creating the new “Zip Line” logo for the MTA City transit buses. The Route 9 is the express buses that will go to Nashua, Goffstown, Hooksett, Bedford, and Concord.
Thomas started as an intern from Manchester Community College and then was hired on as our Graphic Designer/Marketing Assistant.
The Manchester Union Leader did a full article on the new rebranding - http://www.unionleader.com/Manchester-begins-rebranding-of-bus-fleet
Dip Jar, and electronic tipping and donation appliance have chosen Bovie Printing and Fabrication for their product marking. The company's device allows customers to tip for great service using a credit card. It is also used to receive donations for charitable and medical associations.The company personalizes the units for the end users, in quantities of 50 to 1000. The markings use the Dip Jar logo and the name of the sponsor.
Since 1950 we have made it a goal to present our company in a concise, professional way. Over the years, changing our logo and adding different variations has happened. We recognize what is required of us to continue to stay up to date with the busy times we all live in. This involves updating our companies presence and streamlining our passion for quality, reliability, and integrity.
Therefore we are proud to announce a new original logo. Along with this new logo, we have installed an updated sign at our manufacturing plant on 4 Northeast Ave, Bow, N.H. 03304. We thank everyone who collaborated in the effort to update our company's presence and wish everyone success in furthering their work experience.
For over 67 years Bovie Printing And Fabrication has been a leading manufacturer of Membrane Switches, a product widely used in appliance, medical, and the electronics industry. Membrane Switches offer an economical alternative to mechanical switches because they allow for graphic overlay design, and can facilitate brand marking. A typical Membrane Switch is constructed in the following layers:
July, 25 2016
With a broad and enthusiastic smile Gary Shirk, our VP and Director of Operations declares, “You don't have to give a lot, it's the fact that you're giving at all that makes the difference.” For years Gary has been giving to United Way (a world wide non-profit) not only monetarily but by volunteering his time and talents as well. Seven of those years were served in various positions on the Merrimack County United Way, including a one-year stint as President. Then after a lapse of about ten years, just as Merrimack County was negotiating to join the Southern Region, Gary was asked to rejoin the Board and happily accepted. Gary then transitioned to the Granite United Way (GUW) Board when it was initially formed in mid-2010, and has been happily serving there since.
Once on the GUW board Gary began to make a push for fundraisers to focus on the individual donor in new ways. The workplace campaign allows individuals at companies to donate through payroll deduction to GUW. With his enthusiasm still very much present, Gary explains to me that “we live in a time where people move more frequently from companies. When this happens we (GUW) lose their donations that come from the workplace campaign.” Even though Gary appreciates the workplace campaign, he believes forming relationships with the individual will better coincide with the rapidly changing work culture.
Here at Bovie Screen Process Printing, we've been implementing the workplace campaign for three years and plan to continue offering this opportunity. Additionally, Gary and our President David Gintzler, graciously match every employee contribution to GUW and encourage employees who move to another company to continue with their donations.
Along with donating his time and abilities to the GUW Board of Directors, Gary serves on several GUW committees. Training loaned executives, serving on the finance committee, the impact committee, and the initial endowment plan, Gary has dipped his toes into many pools. By using his planning and strategic skills Gary has helped GUW to flourish. Growth, however, takes a community effort which Gary undoubtedly knows. “Besides wanting to give back, I'm mostly involved because I love their team.” Gary lights up, “They are all so well focused on what will bring a positive change, I'm encouraged by the direction they're going in right now. I really believe they're going to make a difference, and I'm proud to say that I'm part of that effort.” The pride and happiness Gary has for GUW is evident in his smile.
Just as Gary is proud to be part of the GUW team, we are proud to have him as our Vice President here at Bovie Screen Process Printing. A strong sense of community, generosity and philanthropy all help to improve our society and we're happy to have a Vice President who embodies those goals and sentiments.
If you'd like to learn more about Granite United Way and their efforts visit them at graniteuw.org
Sending out thank you notes for services or products gives a company another chance to connect with the customer. Any company that has spent time and money attracting those customers certainly wants to retain them, and thank you notes are a spectacular way to build solid relationships.
Sending thank you letters is not only a good way to make people feel appreciated for their deeds; it also makes the sender look professional. When writing a thank you note, you always want to keep in mind the newspaper-writing fundamentals of who, what, when and why to make the note effective. Remember that gratitude goes a long way!
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The Difference between RGB (red, green, blue) and CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow and black) color printing is:
RGB is a display color mode used to create every other tone that is visible on your computer monitors and television screens. Even though each screen is capable of displaying a wide range of colors, there are still inconsistencies between screens.
CMYK is a printing color mode, used for traditional offset and digital printing. The four colors (cmyk) combined to create the color spectrum used in printing. CMYK printing does not reproduce color the same way that you view color on your RGB computer monitor.
The technique used to print full-color images, such as color photographs, is referred to as four-color-process or merely process printing. By printing four distinct dots of color, one black, one cyan, one yellow and one magenta you are able to see these as four separate colors. When one partially overlaps these four colors, in various amounts of overlap, you create an enormous color gamut.
Color printing typically uses ink of four colors: cyan, magenta, yellow and key (black). When CMYK “primaries” are combined at full strength, the resulting “secondary” mixtures are red, green and blue. Mixing all three theoretically results in black, but imperfect ink formulations do not give true black, which is why the additional K component is needed.
Inks used in color printing presses are semi-transparent and can be printed on top of each other to produce different hue. For example, green results from printing yellow and cyan inks on top of each other. However, a printing press cannot vary the amount of ink applied to particular picture areas except through “screening,” a process that represents lighter shades as tiny dots, rather than larger dots, which create darker areas of ink.