Kodak Completes Expansion of its Digital Plate Facility in Columbus, GA
Kodak’s leading plate portfolio includes flexographic, sheetfed and web offset printing solutions for commercial, newspaper, and packaging printers. Kodak commercialized thermal plates in 1995 with the introduction of the Direct Image Thermal Plate, and since then has led the way in innovative computer-to-plate (CTP) solutions. For the packaging market, the Kodak Flexcel NX Digital Flexographic System provides offset class print quality on a wide variety of substrates, including paper, flexible film, foil, and label stock.
Kodak’s printing plates are part of a full-solution portfolio, including a broad range of proofing choices and platesetters, as well as the widely accepted KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System. In proofing, Kodak offers digital halftone, inkjet, virtual and analog proofing. In platesetting, customers can select equipment that leads the industry, including Kodak Trendsetter and Kodak Magnus CTP Platesetters, using Kodak Squarespot Imaging Technology to provide exceptionally high-resolution images. In addition, Kodak Staccato Screening offers high fidelity, continuous-tone images that exhibit fine detail and an extended color gamut.
In addition to the digital plate production facility in Columbus, Georgia, U.S., there are six other Kodak plate production facilities around the world, including: Osterode, Germany; Leeds, U.K.; Sofia, Bulgaria; Gunma, Japan; Windsor, Colorado, U.S.; and Xiamen, China.
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich their lives.
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