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New Saber V-6 CTP Device Enhances Fujifilm Line of Visible-Light Platesetters

Friday, September 10, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

VALHALLA, N.Y. (Sept. 10, 2004) – For customers looking for greater efficiencies, more affordable solutions and more flexibility within their businesses, Fujifilm introduces the new Saber Luxel V-6 CTP violet laser platesetter. “Fujifilm’s Saber line of violet laser platesetters is the result of thousands of hours in research and development efforts and, with 600 units in 37 countries worldwide, has become a major success story,” comments Peter Vanderlaan, Enovation’s group manager of imaging products. The new Fujifilm Saber V-6 is an affordable, yet high quality option for customers implementing computer-to-plate capabilities for the first time. Like the other devices in the Saber family of platesetters, the Saber V-6 is fully upgradeable in the field and handles a variety of plate sizes and gauges. The Saber V-6 also features speedy production, yielding up to 35 4-page plates per hour at 1,200 dpi. The new Saber V-6 also offers: • Fully upgradeable, from manual to semi-automatic to automatic configurations • Internal drum (technology for high quality plate imaging • Violet technology, which yields a lower cost of ownership • 5-year violet laser warranty New Saber V-6 CTP Device Enhances Fujifilm Line of Platesetters – Page 2 of 2 • Unique Fujifilm-designed laser pen • Optional internal punch • Small footprint • Daylight, automated operation, with up to 120 plate capacity • Eight resolution options, up to 3657 dpi For more information on the new Fujifilm Saber V-6 violet laser platesetter, please visit www.enovationgraphics.com.




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