CHICAGO—From among the record number of companies and entries to the PRINT 13 Must See 'Ems competition, the judges combed through the submissions and selected 49 entries for the honor. These winners were announced in August and now the 12 Best of Category winners have been revealed. The winners were revealed last Saturday at the conclusion of the annual Executive Outlook Conference, held immediately prior to the opening of PRINT 13 and the co-located CPP Expo, which ended yesterday.
The best of the best technology winners were selected at this year's biggest print industry event in North America, PRINT 13. From among the record number of companies and entries to the PRINT 13 Must See 'Ems competition, the judges combed through the submissions and selected 49 entries for the Must See 'Ems honor.
RESTON, VA—The PRINT 13 Must See ’Ems winners have been announced. The 49 winning technologies were selected from a record number of entries submitted by a record number of individual companies.
At GRAPH EXPO 2012, Printware will highlight its tabletop iJetPress powered by Memjet technology. The iJetPress is offered exclusively with a comprehensive package that includes an expert color matching software solution and workflow, industry leading Harlequin RIP technology professional installation, 24/7 support and a no-finger pointing quality guarantee.
Printware, the longest-standing independent manufacturer of high quality, high performance and innovative CtP solutions, announced today it will preview at PRINT 09 the world’s first chemistry free polyester CtP system.
ST. PAUL, MN—May 15, 2008—Printware, a leading innovator of high quality, high performance CtP solutions, announced today it will highlight its line of polyester CtP systems and new workflow solutions at drupa, the world’s largest printing exhibition to be held in Düsseldorf, Germany, May 29-June 11 in Hall 9, Stand 9D 26-9. The Printware PlateStream SC™, SCX™ portrait format and Color+ Dual landscape format digital platesetting systems are simple, compact, fully integrated and proven in thousands of installations. With its Color+™ registration system, an integrated plate processor, scan-to-plate capability and native PDF workflow, PlateStream systems are well suited for increasing productivity and profits.
ST. PAUL, MN—August 28, 2007— Printware, LLC, a leading innovator of high quality, high performance CtP solutions, today announced the debut of its PlateStream® Drum polyester CtP system at Graph Expo in Chicago, September 9-12. Available for demonstration in the Printware booth (5425), the PlateStream® Drum is the newest addition to the highly successful PlateStream® family of CtP solutions, all of which offer significant benefits to short run printers. The new PlateStream® Drum has many important features and benefits including: • Precision Drum imaging • Dual Media Input • Integrated Punching • Complete Workflow Tools • Proven Printware Processor • Complete Solution for Lowest Total Cost of Ownership The new PlateStream®
Here’s an exclusive, PRE-SHOW PREVIEW showcasing new products submitted by many of the exhibitors that will be displaying their wares next month in Chicago. Colter & Peterson will showcase the BASA 3, which features an automatic jogging system that can automatically form layers of printed sheets, align them accurately and transport them to the subsequent cutting process. The BASA 3 is appropriate for paper from 16-lb. bond to 125-lb. tag, and is effective when combined with a modern, rear-table-feeding system. Existing gripper transport systems can be retrofitted. Visit www.piworld.com/infocenter: enter #377 MBO America will introduce the Super KTZ, featuring a knife-folding unit that
SINCE THE digital revolution began, developments in the front end of the printing process have been as much about big ideas as they have specific products and solutions. The latest in a string of topics that have been debated include PDF versus native files, violet versus thermal CTP and process automation via JDF. At Graph Expo and Converting Expo 2006, the discussion tended to be focused back at the product level. The parameters of the state-of-the-art in workflow, for now, have been clearly defined. They include: • PDF-based file processing in a color managed environment is a given; • computer-to-plate is also a given,
CALIFORNIA CITY OF COMMERCE—Ross Bindery has purchased a Best Osako 368 AutoSet saddle stitcher from Best Graphics. The unit is the company's 13th Osako and the third 368 Ross has installed in the past several months. COSTA MESA—Western Litho has installed a new Rollem TR die-score system. A new addition to the company's bindery department, the TR system is used for scoring, perfing, trimming and right-angle processing. OXNARD—Custom Printing Director of Sales Charles Utts announced that the company plans to expand its plant after acquiring an additional 5,000 square feet of manufacturing floor space and sales offices. SAN CARLOS—A Presstek Dimension 200 thermal