CHICAGO, IL. --Given the tremendous response A.B.Dick-Multigraphics Company has received from customers in recent years, company officials are once again highly optimistic about this year's Graphics of the Americas show. When the doors open for the February 2-4 event at the Miami Beach Convention Center, visitors to the A.B.Dick booth (#911) will find an impressive array of equipment that includes a new direct-to-plate device.
Headlining the list of equipment on the floor will be two products that have a solid history at this show. Buyers last year flocked to the DPM2340, a third generation product from A.B.Dick's award-winning Digital PlateMaster line, and to the true, 2-color 9995 offset press. Sales for the DPM2340 continue to be brisk, especially with the new ScanMaster digital scanning solution and Open Proof software now available. With last year's show producing heavy demand for 2-color presses, the new semi-automatic 9995A-ICS with ink control system figures to attract a crowd next month.
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