Monthly Archives: May 2013

A Peek Inside Williams & Heintz Map Corporation

We have a new video for our map printing company, Williams & Heintz Map Corporation. Hope you enjoy the quick look at the people who expertly print your maps.

Williams & Heintz Map Corporation is a map printer. We have been printing maps for entrepreneurs, government agencies, and map publishers since 1921. We combine the highest quality map pre-press, map printing, and map folding with  industry leading knowledge, and customer service.

There is a special craft to printing and folding maps, different from any other sheet fed work. Maps have unique challenges when it comes to color balance and registration.  At Williams & Heintz, our craftsmen have the most experience in the business of printing maps and they know how to meet these challenges.

Experienced cartographic technicians prepare your maps for printing with an assortment of graphic and GIS software,  integrating data with accompanying text, graphics, photographs, logos, street indexes and tables into a clean, publication-quality layout.

Skilled pressmen print maps as large as 47 ¼ ” x 63”, on a wide selection of paper stocks, including high wet strength and plastic. Our presses that print up to 6 colors in one pass. We are specialists at printing oversize sheets.

The in-house bindery team folds maps in many configurations, including user-friendly styles that can be leafed through like the pages of a book. We can fold anything we can print. We can make 16 parallel accordion folds, up to 44 inched wide, on what may be the largest map folder in the world, uniquely configured for us!

Knowledgeable consultants help you design and produce your map, using ecologically sustainable materials and methods. We welcome your difficult reproduction problems and complex technical maps as well as simpler jobs. All will get the same care and attention to detail that maps require.

Experience, quality, and great customer service with over 92 years of in the business can be found here at Williams and Heintz Map Corporation…

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