We have modern machinery. The machines and equipment we have allow us to complete almost every, even the most demanding job.

Operated by qualified personnel, large-format Heidelberg Speedmaster machines of the latest generation make it possible to achieve the highest-quality work. With the new complete Kolbus-Sigloch binding line, we are able to produce sewn and glued hardcover books. The latest investment is a complete Muller Martini perfect binding line, whereas the prepress department can boast the recent acquisition of a CTP Kodak Magnus 800 Quantum imagesetter and a Kodak Mercury HD developing machine. This state-of-the-art equipment enables us to complete the most difficult jobs while maintaining constant and high quality and efficiency.

Heidelberg Speedmaster 102-2P


  • max. 720×1020 mm
  • max. obroty 13 tys./h


Heidelberg Speedmaster 102 CD – 4 + LX


  • max.720×1020 mm
  • max. obroty 15 tyś./h


Heidelberg Speedmaster 102 CD – 8-P


  • max. 720×1020 mm
  • min. 400×480 mm


KBA Rapida 75E


  • max. 530×750 mm
  • max. obroty 15 tyś./h

Kolbus-Sigloch DA270, BF527, HD143.P and ZU 804 hardcover binding lines

open cover format:

  • min. 205×140 mm, max. 670×390 mm
  • offset width: 4-15mm
  • width between boards: 14-120mm
  • joint width: 8-15mm
  • casewrap: width: 223-708mm, height: 130-428mm
  • cardboard: depth:1-4mm, width: 95-328mm, height: 140-390mm
  • spine cardboard: depth: 1-4mm, width: 6-90mm
  • roll spine cardboard: depth: 0.3-0.6mm, width: 6-90mm
  • machine capacity: up to 65 cycles/minute


  • max 280 (width) x 375 (height) x 80 (depth) of the textblock in mm
  • 285 (width) x 375 (height) x 40 (depth) of the textblock in mm
  • 300 (width) x 375 (height) x 30 (depth) of the textblock in mm
  • 305 (width) x 370 (height) x 30 (thickness) of the textblock in mm
  • Min 100 (width) x 140 (height) x 2 (thickness) of the textblock in mm

Open casewrap formats available

  • Max 660 x 385mm
  • Min 210 x 105mm
  • Note: for 277-305mm textblock widths joints limited to a maximum of 45mm to 19mm.

Muller-Martini–Pantera 1577.0400 brochure binding line

  • format before trimming
  • spine length: max 380mm, min 120mm,
  • spine width: max 320mm, min 100mm
  • book thickness: max 50mm, min 2mm
  • open cover:
  • height: max 390mm, min 120mm,
  • width: max 640mm, min 202mm
  • max rotational speed: 4000rph

BRAVO saddle stitching line

  • max. 300 X 480 mm
  • min. 75 x 105 mm
  • maximum speed: 12,000 cycles/hour
  • high folio lap: max 12,000 copies/hour
  • low folio lap: max 9,000 copies/hour
  • suction opening: max 12,000 copies/hour
  • Folders: Stahl KH 78, KD 78
  • Stitchers: Aster 160, Aster 180,
  • Aster 180C format:
  • min. 75 x 150 mm, max. 320 x 420 mm,
  • maximum speed: 180 cycles/min
  • high folio laps: 4, low folio laps 4:
  • number of stitches: 11
  • stitch length: 19mm
  • Perfect binders
  • Three-knife trimmers
  • Stamping presses: Kolbus PE 312
  • Shrink wrap packing machine
  • Collator: Kobus ZU 804L

Modern Kodak Magnus 800 Quantum CTP imagesetter and Kodak Mercury HD developing machine

Excellent efficiency while maintaining constant quality. Technology that ensures the integrity of image exposure throughout the entire process, starting from the original file to the printing machine, regardless of variables such as laser power, emulsion sensitivity or physical properties of the plates. Kodak Squarespot along with Kodak Staccato screening software, which we have also purchased, enables to achieve 20-micron screen dots and produce market-leading prints with photographic quality. Our aim has always be to stand out in the market for our quality. Already for many years Polish and foreign publishers have been making us process their most difficult jobs.

Kodak Insite Prepress Portal

A modern online system to transmit, accept and approve printwork for printing. It ensures quick, safe and user-friendly access to our company’s workflow system. It enables our customers to access their jobs on the FTP server from every place and every time. To do this, customers do not need any special hardware or software. The only things they need to have are a user name, a password and a web browser. The system tracks every user activity, including file delivery, suggested changes and work approval or rejection. The pixel-streaming technology employed allows remote access to very bulky files. In addition, one the file is delivered, it is automatically checked and verified for compliance with the relevant quality requirements. The system examines the file for possible errors and warns customers and prepress staff of any identified inconsistencies. This enables to respond quickly, correct the errors and work on the job in an efficient way. The Kodak InSite Portal system has an integrated Kodak Smart Review proofing module, which is used by all users to view the files. It makes sure that they view the digital originals of high-resolution PDF production files. The Kodak Insite Portal System is a key component in the fast and automatic management of the print preparation cycle. It ensures error elimination, time optimisation and cost reduction.

GMG – a proof certification system.

Predefined GMG proof standards and a set of calibration settings enhance production stability and savings. Now the user has only to select the right proof standard, and the remaining process is automatically carried out by ColorProof o5. The proof standard defines all the parameters necessary to prepare appropriate precision proofs:

  • simulated printing standard (ISO, SWOP, printing house’s own standard, etc.),
  • proper GMG colour profile (MX4) or ICC profile,
  • proofing medium,
  • printer used,
  • calibration tools employed.

The calibration tool kit includes, among other things, call calibration files (MX3) for various measuring instruments, necessary printer settings and printer quality and tolerance criteria. The software automatically selects a profile and calibration for a specific printer and paper. If the parameters deviate from the actual settings, the printwork is immediately stopped for examination. Errors attributable to wrong printing settings, calibration files or colour profiles can thus be reduced substantially. Costs generated by

CANON printer – it enables to print positive images in the form of ready-to-use sections. Ideal equipment for digital Ozalid printing.

D&K Jupiter Landscape laminating machineformat

740×740 mm

maximum rotating speed: 3000rph

Sakurai 72AII UV varnishing machine

format 720 X 520

We provide the following services:

  • multi-colour printing up to the 700x1000mm format in CMYK standard;
  • printing of publications such as books, albums, reference works, textbooks;
  • bindings: glued perfect binding, sewn binding, saddle-stitched binding, all types of hardcover binding: made entirely from paper, made entirely from cloth, made partially from cloth, leather-like;
  • additional processes:
    • dust jacket attachment
    • UV varnishing
    • lamination
    • cover stamping
    • edge gilding
    • corner rounding
    • shrink wrap packing
    • printing of calendars, posters, newspapers, leaflets, brochures and other print jobs

1. Digital materials should be sent to Kodak Insite.

2. To create account on Kodak Insite server please contact: ozgraf@ozgraf.com.pl.

3. Files must be supplied in PDF format, version 1.3 or 1.4. ( the best PDF/X 1a:2001)

4. PDF files should be prepared according to 12647-2 ISO standards depending on sort of paper – ISOcoated or ISOuncoated. Profiles cannot be embedded in PDF file.

5. PDF files should:

a) contain trim boxes in net format b) be composed (not separated)

c) be after all completed text corrections

d) be generated in the same way for the particular production, to have identical margins and page format

e) contain all fonts, preferred postscripts fonts (embedded)

f) contain empty pages, if such are included in the particular production

6. PDF files should not:

a) contain information about screen angles b) be made for OPI server

c) contain “hairlines”

d) contain passer montage points and control scales

7. Resolution of pictures included in digital files should be between 220 and 300 dpi.

8. File name:

a) diacritic characters and special characters (*&^, etc)

b) should correspond with page numbers, according to scheme: 0001_0100 file name

c) corrected files need to sent according to the same scheme as above, but every page as a separated file. Corrected files should have the date or word describing another correction for example: correction 1, etc. In case there are more than 10% of corrected pages, all files need to be sent again.

9. All the graphic elements must be done in CMYK space. 4-colors work should be prepared in CMYK. They can not contain RGB elements “Lab, “Spot colors”(“Pantone”). Extra colors placed at work will be automatically converted to CMYK. Printing house is not responsible for color differences resulting from the conversion of color spaces other than CMYK and extra colors (PANTONE, HKS etc.) to CMYK space. Uploading incompatible files with color space customer agrees to perform the conversion and take responsibility for all of derogation color.

10. It is necessary to include information about additional colours e.g. Pantone in order. Panton colours should be compatible with Panton color card.

11. Black-white files should be prepared in ‘grayscale’ (this also applies to the files for UV varnishing, embossing and cutting die – files for embossing and cutting dies should be prepared as curves not bitmaps).

12. Text and black objects on colour bleed should have set an overprint. There cannot be set the overprint for white colour. The minimum size for letter printing in CMYK is 10 point. The minimum size for black letter printing in CMYK is 10 point.

13. Language versions:

a) neutral CMYK in PDF format must be supplied, text file as gray in PDF format must be supplied as separated file

b) both files (CMYK and text) must have identical format (size and margins)

c) text file must be transparent

14. If the order confirmation does not give any information about screenruling:

a) for machine coated paper shall be 175 lpi b) for offset paper shall be 150 lpi

15. To make the imposition more effective is necessary to supply information about spread pages and bleeds (5 mm should be added to each side of the page).

16. If the size of the files are different than in the order, files will be centered to the size included in order.

17. Before sending the materials to the printing house it is recommended to check them with

PitStop Proffesional program, which free version is available on www.enfocus.com

18. In case of complex production exemplary printouts should be supplied together with files.

19. When the plotter proofs are accepted by the client, the signature accepted and signed by the client or accept on Kodak Insite system becomes master material. Customer is obliged also to download files from a bookmark “ Dowlands” .There is the file with lines defining the spine, big, wings, and the final format.

20. Printed with UV varnish or foiled can change their color in relations to the certified proofs.

21. Prints from earlier production are not represent master material, they can be just use as a reference for printer.

22. Use this type of samples does not guarantee obtain the same colour of book. This follows from unknown way of previous production ex. different layout on printed sheet, using different kind of paper or ink.

23.The maximum value of inking:

– 300 % for machine coated paper

-270 % for offset paper

24. Delivery of files according to requirements guarantees the highest quality printing.

25. Please note that printing house is not obliged to check the delivered files. Printing only verifies the general correctness of submitted files – do not check them in detail and does not guarantee that all errors and irregularities are found. Files are not verified in terms of content. For the delivered files responsibility takes graphic who designed the job and add the files to print.

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