One of the first works I had when I started living on my own was this tiny factory on a major industrial road in my city. It was so small because it wasn’t a factory–it was really a major printing press. The company only had 50 employees total, but they printed napkins for the Super Bowl every year. They worked with major candy companies in Canada as well as even printed cups as well as wine glasses for pharmaceutical charity events. The way they were able to do so little with so few workers is because they had these incredible machines which you needed years of experience to operate. I was baffled when I first saw them–I thought PCs did all of the numerous color or more process printing for napkins. They said no, no digital printer could handle the volume or the paper ply without jamming. Just 1 of these printing presses would take up my entire three dining room apartment. The key to running them was temperature control. As long as the industrial Heating and A/C proposal kept the numerous color process floor at 60 degrees, the machines would run perfectly. Any warmer than that, the ink would beginning to run as well as ruin the design. If the climate control was colder by just a few degrees, the ink wouldn’t coat the stamp as well as the entire equipment could jam. I was baffled that such an enormous equipment all came down to the right thermostat setting to whether it would run perfectly, or ruin a million dollar work. My boss laughed as well as said that’s why they always kept on top of their official Heating and A/C service–to stop the central air conditioner from ever cutting down.