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Creo Launches Line of Remanufactured Solutions

Friday, February 14, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

BOSTON -- February 13, 2003 -- Creo has launched a line of Creo certified, remanufactured prepress systems for the graphic arts industry. Creo Remanufactured Solutions include Trendsetter(r) and Lotem(tm) platesetters; Dolev(r) imagesetters; EverSmart(tm) scanners; Iris(r) proofers and Brisque(tm) and Prinergy(r) workflow management systems. Remanufactured Systems... These trade-in systems are remanufactured on the original production line in the factory where they were first built. Original precision components, such as optics and drive assemblies, are replaced if required, and upgraded versions of electronics and driver boards are installed when necessary. Any worn mechanical parts are replaced, input and output cassettes are reconditioned, and the latest software versions are loaded. The exterior housing of the Creo system is also touched up to restore the fresh look. The Acceptance Test Procedure, which is also used for new equipment, checks that the remanufactured system meets the latest specifications of the original product. When the system passes the test, it carries the Creo Remanufactured quality seal. "Creo customers can be confident that their system has been thoroughly remanufactured, checked, and is ready for production with Creo quality and reliability," explains product manager Eva Gez. "When you can afford only the best, see what Creo Remanufactured Solutions has to offer." Creo Remanufactured Solutions carry a warranty and receive Creo service. When the time comes, these systems can be used as a trade-in on Creo's latest prepress solutions. Creo Remanufactured Solutions are available around the world through Creo sales.




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