ECRM to debut three new platesetters at Graph Expo
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Press release from the issuing company
Tewksbury, Massachusetts - ECRM today announced they will launch three new platesetters at the upcoming Graph Expo 2010 show (Chicago, October 3-6). Each new MAKO platesetter is engineered with the company's enhanced Gen4 optics which produces a smaller, harder imaging pixel. These platesetters are fully compatible with the new Agfa Azura V plates and other chem-free and lo-chem plate technologies. The new MAKO 200, MAKO 400, and MAKO 400matic will be available beginning October 3, and will be demonstrated in their Graph Expo booth (#444).
The MAKO 400
The MAKO 400 is a 4-up platesetter which offers all the benefits of the company's flatbed violet imaging technology with new ECRM patented enhanced imaging Gen4 optics. The MAKO 400 offers the highest quality image output with resolution sets from 1200 to 3556 dpi. It's also one the fastest 4-page solutions in its class, imaging over 25 Speedmaster 74 plates per hour at 2400 dpi.
The MAKO 400matic
The MAKO 400matic is an automated, full-featured 4-up CTP platesetter engineered for the most demanding quality and production-conscious commercial printers. Accommodating a wide range of 2, 4, 6 page presses at speeds of over 25 Speedmaster 74 plates per hour at 2400 dpi, the MAKO 400matic images any plate size between 15.15"x11.4" (384mm x 290 mm) up to 25" x 36.5" (635mm x 927mm).
The MAKO 200
The MAKO 200 is a 2-up platesetter, providing a cost-effective value-packed entry into CTP production. Offering a full resolution range of 1200 to 3556 dpi, it's one the fastest 2-up solutions in its class, delivering 34 GTO plates per hour at 2400 dpi. It easily accommodates commercial plates up to 22.0" x 26.4" (560mm x 670mm) while delivering commercial quality output.
"Joining the family of MAKO platesetters, the MAKO 400, MAKO 400matic, and MAKO 200 will offer users higher resolution imaging, and full compatibility with chem-free and lo-chem plate technologies, while delivering the lowest cost of ownership available," notes John Marzec, ECRM Director of Product Management. "With the green revolution in full swing, chem-free and lo-chem offering provide printers with reduced processing concerns and costs, higher plate production stability, and an improved ecological footprint. The new ECRM optics increase this value further by delivering enhanced image quality, ideal for commercial printer as well as in-plant and quick printing applications."