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PRINT1 DIRECT Saves Time, Reduces Waste With KPG Directpress 5634 DI System

Friday, April 08, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

Norwalk, Connecticut, USA — PRINT1 DIRECT, a short run digital commercial printer in Marietta, Ga., recently installed the Kodak Polychrome Graphics (KPG) DirectPress 5634 DI System to increase efficiency and reduce turnaround time for its customers. “We selected the KPG DirectPress 5634 DI System because we wanted to offer our customers the fastest turnaround, highest quality four color printing available,” said Bob Irvin, President, PRINT1 DIRECT. “Backed by KPG’s color management expertise, the DirectPress 5634 produces beautiful color with less waste, allowing us to quickly fulfill our customers’ needs.” Founded in 1986, PRINT1 DIRECT is a leading provider of on demand document solutions. As a winner of four “Best of Category” and two “Awards of Excellence” for digital printing from the Printing Industry Association of Georgia in 2004, PRINT1 DIRECT uses the latest in digital printing technology and the Internet to offer customers a wide range of products and printing services. The KPG DirectPress 5634 DI System combines industry leading image quality with the simplicity and automation of a DI Press. The KPG DirectPress 5634 DI System further enhances efficiency through the Kodak Polychrome Graphics DirectWorks Suite, KPG’s workflow software for the digital imaging market. The DirectWorks software streamlines operations by automating prepress activities such as pre-flight, correct, trapping, imposition, approval and ripping. Powered by DirectWorks, the KPG DirectPress 5634 DI System supports 16-micron dot diameters for 300 line AM and Hybrid screening.

 

 

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