Print 05 & Converting 05 — New Product Reference Guide

Get your first look at a wide variety of new products that will be on display from September 9-15 at PRINT 05 & CONVERTING 05 at Chicago’s McCormick Place complex.

More than 150 exhibiting companies have provided a preview of what they will be displaying at their booths. Be sure to closely examine this exclusive product reference guide while planning out a successful PRINT 05 strategy.

Creo, a subsidiary of Kodak, will display Synapse EyeMedia software. This digital asset management system integrates with the Prinergy workflow management system and the Synapse InSite Internet portal into prepress. Creo will also feature digital print connectivity, along with Prinergy 3.0, Prinergy Evo 1.2 and Profile Wizard Mio 3.1 color management software. An extensive MIS solution will be launched this fall.

Enovation, a Fujifilm company, will feature the FinalProof GxT with digital halftone proofing technology. With true halftone dot screening, FinalProof expands by imaging dot percentages of CMYK and spot color donors for accurate spot color matching. With newly released metallic and opaque white donors, it is able to laminate to a variety of substrates.

“THE System” from CRC Information Systems is a fully integrated information management system that encompasses every aspect of graphic arts business management, utilizing the Windows 2000/2003 and SQL Server 2000 platforms. The software addresses the requirements of commercial printers from estimating, production and inventory management to accounting and e-commerce.

Magnum Magnetics manufactures white, printable magnetic sheeting for desktop and wide-format ink-jet printers. Choose from DIGIMAG paper for dye- and pigment-based ink-jet printers or DIGIMAG vinyl for solvent ink-jet printers.

Keene Technology will introduce the LS series splicer, which eliminates the downtime and waste associated with roll changes. Two roll positions with fully automatic splicing capabilities continuously unwind a web directly into the press line, eliminating the need to stop for roll changes.

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