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X-Rite shows wide-format workflow at Expo

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- X-Rite, Incorporated, the world leader in color management, measurement and communication technologies, today announced that it will showcase its latest line of color process control solutions for the signage and wide format markets in booth #1711, at the ISA International Sign Expo (April 16 – 18, Mandalay Bay Hotel and Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV.).
X-Rite will demonstrate a live wide-format workflow in its booth featuring the world’s most advanced  64 inch wide, solvent-based printer, the Epson Stylus® PRO GS6000, together with a full range of color control and communication solutions including: i1 Pro Spectrophotometers, SpectroEye handheld spectrophotometers, i1iO automated chart-reading scanning tables, i1XTreme color management systems, and ProfileMaker 5 Publish profile making software demonstrated on the Eizo CG 24.   
“X-Rite’s decision to attend the ISA International Sign Expo for the first time in its history underlines the company’s commitment to providing state-of-the-art solutions to the fast growing signage and wide format printing markets.  Thanks to the support and industry expertise of our newly appointed North American distributor Tekgraf, we are looking forward to a highly successful show, comments Iris Mangelschots, X-Rite’s senior vice president of sales and marketing.
“With the production cost of printing signs ever increasing, our wide format customers need effective and accurate color process control solutions to increase color accuracy and reduce waste in their workflow, comments Scott Barker, president and CEO of Tekgraf.  “As a newly appointed distributor for X-Rite, we feel uniquely placed to help these customers implement a solid color management strategy, using X-Rite’s industry leading solutions.”




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