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HighWater Shows Python CtP at Gutenberg 2005

Friday, April 15, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

HighWater Designs is continuing its rewarding co-operation with IGS and its dealer, Microtech Graphics, Inc., exhibiting the highly successful Python CtP in Booth 345 at the Gutenberg Festival 2005 this April. The success of the Python has been phenomenal since its launch. The system allows small to medium size printers to benefit from the latest technology by offering a solution with quality, speed and reliability at a low cost of ownership. HighWater's presence at Gutenberg means that the Python will be, without a doubt, one of the major products at the show. Python uses precision internal drum technology and is capable of imaging 2-up and 4-up format plates at high speed and superb quality. Printers and reprohouses will be able to take advantage of Python's lightening imaging speed, which enables it to image a full 4-up plate in two minutes. Python's unrivalled imaging quality gives the user the ability to output press-ready plates with no spots or artefacts at screen rulings of over 200 lpi or stochastic. Stan Yoshihara of Microtech Graphics, Inc. said: “We are very excited this year as we are able to offer a complete solution, for the small to medium size printer struggling with the need for an afforable metal CtP system, the Python. Gutenberg will encompass all the important issues and provides us with a great opportunity to showcase the Python. This platesetter is capable of producing both silver and photopolymer plate. A representative from the manufacturer, Sue Wood, HighWater’s Sales and Marketing Manager, will be at the our booth (345) to meet our customers. This unique three-day exhibition gives attendees the opportunity to see the latest auto unload 60mW Python in action."




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