Presstek to Expand Dimension Pro CTP Portfolio #Ipex

HUDSON, NH—March 18, 2010— Presstek, Inc. (NASDAQ: PRST), a leading supplier of digital offset printing solutions to the printing and communications industries, today announced that it will add a new four-page platesetter to the Presstek Dimension Pro family at Ipex, one of the world’s leading trade shows for the printing, publishing and media industries scheduled for May 18th – 25th, 2010, in Birmingham, UK. Presstek will be located in Hall 7, Stand C480. The Dimension Pro series of platesetters image Presstek’s chemistry-free Aurora Pro and Presstek’s Aeon thermal plates and other 830nm thermal media.

“Presstek continues to enhance its line of Dimension Pro platesetters,” said Kathy McHugh, Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of Presstek. “Dimension Pro platesetters offer streamlined production and fast cycle time to press-ready plates; when using our chemistry-free Aurora Pro plate, only a simple water wash is required before mounting on press. The Dimension Pro also images Presstek’s Aeon open platform plate as well as other 830nm plates, making it one of the most versatile CTP offerings available.”

Product Details

Dimension Pro CTP systems provide high performance, ease of use and low cost of operation to make printing businesses more capable, profitable and competitive. A Dimension Pro system is available to fit any existing prepress environment. When using Presstek chemistry-free thermal plates, only a water wash is required after imaging prior to mounting on press. No chemical processing, gumming or baking is required, and there is no need to purchase, store, manage or dispose of noxious chemistry. It is a proven architecture with an imaging head that employs multiple-laser technology.

The Presstek Dimension Pro comes in four different models:

• Dimension Pro 420: This semiautomatic platesetter images up to 20 Presstek or other 830nm thermal plates per hour. Dimension Pro 400 series models offer 39″ (990mm) maximum plate sizes so six-page press operators do not have to purchase a larger platesetter than they need.

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