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McLaren Press Graphics Limited

1 Langford Drive Box 1018

Bracebridge, Ontario P1L 1V2

Canada

Company Description

McLaren Press is committed to our customers in helping them to produce quality products. We offer assistance with computer set-up, monitor calibration, and training in Photoshop colour correction, just to mention a few, to help you achieve optimum resul ... more

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Employment History

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Member
The Canadian Association of Family Enterprise ( CAFE)

Education

MBA

Web References (34 Total References)


Oosterhout, March 2014 - Q.I. Press ...

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Oosterhout, March 2014 - Q.I. Press Controls North America management is delighted with a key order from McLaren Press Graphics, a leading commercial printer based in Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada. Q.I. Press Controls is pleased to announce the recent sale of the advanced, latest generation closed-loop mRC-3D full-colour register system complete with cut-off controls for McLaren's DGM430 coldset single-width press line.

Replacement investment For McLaren Press Graphics this investment replaces their existing register system, which did not include cut-off controls. Drew McLaren, President of McLaren Press Graphics: "We were one of the first commercial printers to install registration controls on a non-heatset press back in the 1990's, and we recognized the ROI immediately. Given the relatively high cost of this technology at the time, we still experienced significant cost savings to justify this investment. This was achieved despite the fact that we were running lower cost uncoated substrates than typical heat-set installations, who were the first companies to invest in this technology because they were running higher cost coated stocks yielding greater savings and quicker ROI's". With Q.I. Press Controls' mRC-3D they wanted to resolve their cut-off waste issues while taking advantage of the new camera technology to further enhance their quality process and improve their waste numbers. Drew McLaren: "Originally we didn't realize how different the product was from other brands on the market. What McLaren wanted was an all-in-one, cost effective, state-of-the-art solution for their coldset application. They needed to look no further than Q.I Press Controls' mRC-3D register system. The mRC-3D's depth-scanning principle is ideal for their DGM430 press configuration, which has some fairly long web leads. The mRC-3D functions perfectly in such an environment. Drew McLaren: "Q.I. Press Controls will allow us to close the loop on our press controls as our current system does not address the bottleneck of manual cut-off controls. We had been looking for a system that would address this weak link in our automation and Q.I. Press Controls' mRC-3D system will allow us to now include this component, while addressing registration controls that perform quicker and provide better feedback to our press operators."
McLaren's DGM production
McLaren's DGM430 McLaren's coldset production line is a DGM430 with a 89 cm (35") web width and 57.8 cm (22 ¾") cut-off.
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McLaren employs a staff of 55 employees and has a separate division for digital publishing and online revenue generating products for their publishing clients.
Click here to download the pdf
Drew, a first generation McLaren
Drew McLaren:"QIPC's mRC-3D system will allow us to now include this component, while addressing registration controls that perform quicker and provide better feedback to our press operators."


Oosterhout, March 2014 - Q.I. Press ...

www.qipc.com [cached]

Oosterhout, March 2014 - Q.I. Press Controls North America management is delighted with a key order from McLaren Press Graphics, a leading commercial printer based in Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada. Q.I. Press Controls is pleased to announce the recent sale of the advanced, latest generation closed-loop mRC-3D full-colour register system complete with cut-off controls for McLaren's DGM430 coldset single-width press line.

Replacement investment For McLaren Press Graphics this investment replaces their existing register system, which did not include cut-off controls. Drew McLaren, President of McLaren Press Graphics: "We were one of the first commercial printers to install registration controls on a non-heatset press back in the 1990's, and we recognized the ROI immediately. Given the relatively high cost of this technology at the time, we still experienced significant cost savings to justify this investment. This was achieved despite the fact that we were running lower cost uncoated substrates than typical heat-set installations, who were the first companies to invest in this technology because they were running higher cost coated stocks yielding greater savings and quicker ROI's". With Q.I. Press Controls' mRC-3D they wanted to resolve their cut-off waste issues while taking advantage of the new camera technology to further enhance their quality process and improve their waste numbers. Drew McLaren: "Originally we didn't realize how different the product was from other brands on the market. What McLaren wanted was an all-in-one, cost effective, state-of-the-art solution for their coldset application. They needed to look no further than Q.I Press Controls' mRC-3D register system. The mRC-3D's depth-scanning principle is ideal for their DGM430 press configuration, which has some fairly long web leads. The mRC-3D functions perfectly in such an environment. Drew McLaren: "Q.I. Press Controls will allow us to close the loop on our press controls as our current system does not address the bottleneck of manual cut-off controls. We had been looking for a system that would address this weak link in our automation and Q.I. Press Controls' mRC-3D system will allow us to now include this component, while addressing registration controls that perform quicker and provide better feedback to our press operators."
McLaren's DGM production
McLaren's DGM430 McLaren's coldset production line is a DGM430 with a 89 cm (35") web width and 57.8 cm (22 ¾") cut-off.
...
McLaren employs a staff of 55 employees and has a separate division for digital publishing and online revenue generating products for their publishing clients.
Click here to download the pdf
Drew, a first generation McLaren
Drew McLaren:"QIPC's mRC-3D system will allow us to now include this component, while addressing registration controls that perform quicker and provide better feedback to our press operators."


Mclaren Press - Pure Muskoka

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Over the years, Scott bought and sold a stable of community newspapers, enticed brothers Blair and Drew to become his partners, and launched McLaren Press Graphics, a printing company focused on community papers and specialty publications.

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Drew McLaren - McLaren Press
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Our Team - Production - McLaren Press Graphics

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Drew McLaren


Our Team - Administration - McLaren Press Graphics

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Drew McLaren

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