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MaxPro Offers New Tools for Packaging industry

Friday, March 27, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

London - England, UK -- Graphic Republik today announced their partnership with Pomeroy/Plastotype and the introduction of MaxPro to the UK market. Released to critical acclaim at the Drupa Innovation Parc in 2008, MaxPro is a suite of technical applications dedicated to the prepress sector of the packaging industry. MaxPro consists of three software applications - MaxPro RIP, MaxPro and MaxStep. The MaxPro RIP converts common DTP file formats into MaxPro editable files. MaxPro allows operators to perform high end trapping, manipulate spot or process colour images and text, create technical plates such as white base or varnish and quickly and efficiently make global or zonal adjustments to artwork. MaxStep enables the creation of final layout files for imaging to plate, film or cylinder through the use of manual or interactive step and repeat or an Auto CAD matching feature which automatically matches artwork with CAD generated layout templates.

"MaxPro is a breath of fresh air into a sector which for so many years has seen little choice in terms of alternative Prepress solutions. WIth MaxPro, Prepress operators now have a suite of innovative, powerful and affordable tools to quickly and efficiently create final layout files. " said Andy Beesley, Technical Sales Director, Pomeroy/Plastotype.

"We are pleased to be working alongside Pomeroy/Plastotype and to be supported by a team that offers in-depth knowledge of the Flexographic printing industry and a highly professional approach to customer care. ” commented Steve Donegan, Graphic Republik.




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