March 12, 2002, Rolling Meadows, IL - According to Monotype Systems, the Digital Dot 1270 Copy Dot Scanner is the ultimate camera room replacement. Capable of producing a 13" x 22" copy dot scan at 1270DPI in under a minute.
The scanner has the ability to scan full page, double-truck ads and grid sheets with precision-ground lenses for low distortion data capture and patented roller feed optics mounting for accurate scanning. The ability to align separations without a light table is accomplished via “Color Snap” software allowing the user to scan 4 color separations, one at a time and reassemble the 4 scans into one file.
View individual plates for easy alignment of registration marks. Plate movement in 6 directions. It’s a “Snap” to use.
Allentown Morning Call Exponent – Telegram The Advertiser
Allentown, PA Clarksburg, WV Lafayette, LA
Annapolis Capital Gazette Herald – Dispatch Review Journal
Annapolis, MD Huntington, WV Las Vegas, NV
Swift Newspapers Bend Bulletin Eagle Web Press
Carson City, NV Bend, OR Salem, OR
The Digital Dot 1270 is designed to bridge the gap between “Partial” and “Total” pagination in the prepress environment. Used in the most demanding situations, the Digital Dot 1270 is the perfect choice for newspapers.
Monotype Systems Incorporated is the exclusive distributor to the newspaper industry. Monotype Systems Incorporated designs, develops, integrates, and supports powerfully efficient, cost-effective, true PostScript local and remote page processing and imaging systems for the publishing industry.
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