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GRIPdigital Announces Enhanced Stochastic Screening with DotMeter

Thursday, July 11, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

LaGrange, IL, July 2002 -- GRIPdigital-the exclusive distributor in North and South America for the Centurfax Digital DotMeter product line-has announced the availability of an optional enhancement making the popular equipment a must for control in both prepress and pressroom areas. According to GRIPdigital president Greg Imhoff, "While the Centurfax Digital DotMeter has long been used to read stochastic (often called FM) screening, the resolution of the device has now been increased to 14,000 dpi, permitting dots as small as 20 microns in diameter to be read reliably on either plates or prints." Far more accurate and robust than conventional densitometers, yet easier to use, the Centurfax Digital DotMeter has become the standard for plate calibration. In addition, the consistency and repeatability of the device make it popular with press operators, and in the prepress area. Because the Centurfax Digital DotMeter can read both conventional and stochastic dot values, in addition to ink and film densities, it is the preferred portable plate reader in the industry. GRIPdigital is the exclusive distributor in North and South America for the Centurfax Digital DotMeter product line and for Ugra products. Headed by color expert Greg Imhoff, the company specializes in color hardware and software solutions for the graphic arts industry. For detailed information about GRIPdigital and the Centurfax Digital DotMeter product line or Ugra products, contact the company at 708-588-1150, via Email at sales@GRIPdigital.com, or on the web at www.GRIPdigital.com.




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