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La Crosse Litho Supply demonstrated new process and QC solutions at PRINT09

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

(Sussex, WI) - La Crosse Litho Supply, LLC, a premier graphic solutions provider to the Upper Midwest, announced its new print technologies were extremely well-received at PRINT09.  With 1,200 square feet located in a prime spot on the PRINT09 North Hall trade show floor and an eye-catching booth, La Crosse Litho Supply lived up to its industry reputation for being a leader in print technology during this year's show.

"Our ColorLink Press Perfection Solutions run the gamut from G7 implementation to process and quality control and much more," said Randy Peters, President of La Crosse Litho Supply.  "Add that to our representation of such industry-leaders as Alwan, EFI, Epson, and GMG, and La Crosse Litho Supply is very capable of handling every technological printing requirement from pre-press through the pressroom."

La Crosse Litho Supply was located in McCormick Place's North Hall, Booth #6527 during this year's show, which ran Friday, September 11th through Wednesday, September 16th.  The company partnered with Alwan Color Expertise to exhibit their solutions as a part of the La Crosse Litho Supply booth.  

Alwan Print Standardizer is an unprecedented solution that allows printers to comply to international standards without unnecessary efforts and costs. Print Standardizer measures printed sheets, guides operators to ISO solids, calculates and applies TVI corrections to production plates and produces ISO 12647 compliancy reports for each and every job, simply and automatically.  

Designed to exceed all print quality expectations, the Epson Stylus Pro GS6000 is the fastest 64-inch wide, roll-to-roll printer in its class. Everyday use of the GS6000 is extremely simple and reliable. Epson has created an all-new, solvent-based ink technology on the GS6000 with less harmful impact on both the environment and worker health, while also being compatible with virtually any solvent-based media.




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