CHICAGO, October 10, 2004 - Heidelberg USA announced today another addition to its wide range of high quality, valued added Consumable Products with the U.S. introduction of Heidelberg Saphira Caleidoplate 46 for Quickmaster DI 46 Pro and Plus presses. The New Saphira Caleidoplate 46 with the Quickmaster DI 46 Pro & Plus team delivers superb performance and reduces the total cost of ownership of the systems by eliminating time-consuming steps and production variables.
The Heidelberg Saphira Caleidoplate 46 uses the latest in Thermal Processless Plate Technology and produces dots that are cleaner, sharper and have less dot gain. The Saphira Caleidoplate and the Quickmaster 46 DI Pro and Plus systems have been tested and refined to produce optimal print quality as a total system: consumable and equipment.
In addition to the Saphira Caleidoplate 46, Heidelberg Consumables will be demonstrating the Saphira Violet Plate with Prosetter 74 and 102 SCL, the Cristala Quickplate Polyester Plates with Quicksetter 330E, Saphira Proofing Paper with HP 5500 and the Heidelberg Perfect Dot Blanket running the following sheetfed presses on display: Quickmaster 46 2-color, Quickmaster 46 4-color DI Pro, Speedmaster CD 74 6-color, Speedmaster CD 102 6-color and Speedmaster 102 10-color.
"All Heidelberg Consumables demonstrated at Graph Expo have been carefully chosen to provide optimum performance of all Heidelberg Equipment Solutions," said Richard Boggess, director of consumables of Heidelberg USA. "In addition, Heidelberg, in conjunction with the world's leading consumable manufacturers, is continually developing new consumable products that are designed to enhance Heidelberg's solution offerings. These products provide our
customers with the highest level of performance at a lower total cost of ownership, thus helping them succeed in the marketplace.”
All Heidelberg Consumable products are serviced and supported exclusively by Heidelberg.
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