GOA 2011 Exhibitors to Showcase Newest Industry Solutions

ORLANDO—Feb. 14, 2011—Graphics of the Americas 2011 (GOA) exhibitors are among the world’s best, and are showcasing cutting-edge solutions at this year’s Super-Event with co-located FESPA Americas, ISS Orlando and crē8 conference. The 36th annual show is being held in Orlando at the Orange County Convention Center from Feb. 24-26, 2011.

George Ryan, GOA president, says, “GOA is hosting some of the most distinguished companies across the globe, and many are waiting until our multi-show platform to debut their newest solutions. Our position as the first major international show for the graphic communications markets—now combined with the inaugural FESPA Americas event—is a huge draw for both exhibitors and attendees alike to attend.”

The latest industry offerings all under one roof
Exhibitors are showcasing the latest in industry solutions at GOA 2011. Given the volume of breaking news taking place, ongoing news will continue to be shared until the show opens. The following details what some exhibitors are planning to show, and talk about, at GOA 2011:

Presstek (booth 737) will demonstrate its environmentally-friendly Presstek 34DI digital offset press and Vector FL52 two-page metal CTP system.

The highly automated Presstek 34DI delivers high quality, short run four-color offset printing, economical in run lengths from 500 to 20,000. Presstek DI presses bridge the gap between conventional offset and digital toner-based presses. According to InfoTrends, Presstek DI delivers a 50 percent cost savings on average per letter-size page when compared to a high-volume color digital press, and job profitability is 13 percent higher on a DI when compared to a conventional offset press.

The Presstek 34DI has a maximum sheet size of 13.39 x 18.11 inches and prints at 7,000 sph. It supports 300 lpi and stochastic screening without incurring additional time or expense, and can handle a wide range of substrates from onion skin to heavy card stock, as well as synthetics.

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