Plate Technology is Changing – Are You Keeping Up?
When it comes to digital plates,
what issues continue to face printers in today’s competitive market?
Having prepress departments
that maximize productivity, deliver stable and quality digital plates to the
pressroom, and reduce cost and environmental impact.
Being able to print with high
quality and consistent plates for both long and short runs while withstanding
difficult press conditions and press chemicals (including UV ink, without postbaking).
Meeting or exceeding
reduction goals in energy, chemistry, water, and waste to achieve a printer’s
sustainability and business goals.
Reducing capital and operational
costs, being more sustainable and increasing profits.
Hear from 3 different printers
who have recently adopted new thermal digital plate technology that enables
prepress departments to be more efficient, presses to be more productive,
environmental impacts to be lessened, and owners to realize more margin in
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