ECRM To Exhibit Complete Line Of Violet CTP Devices
Press release from the issuing company
After a four-year hiatus, ECRM Imaging Systems is back at Graph Expo 2004 in booth #4873, showcasing a complete line of high value CTP devices from 2-page formats through 8-page sizes.
“We are very excited to be back at Graph Expo,” said ECRM Director of U.S. Sales Bob Valeri. “Now, in 2004, ECRM CTP devices have fully evolved into a comprehensive line of violet CTP products, suitable for a very wide range of commercial printers. This show offers a great opportunity to launch our tremendously versatile MAKO 8 to the US market, as well as demonstrate the awesome value of all of our CTP imagers.”
The MAKO 2, MAKO 4 and MAKO 4matic CTP devices will be on display, along with the new MAKO 8 CTP.
The new MAKO 8 offers minimum and maximum formats of 10.0” x 10.0” (254 mm x 254 mm) up to 32.4” x 45.0” (824 mm x 1143 mm) and production speeds of up to 20 8-page plates per hour.
“The MAKO 8 is designed for the customer who wants to see all the quality and cost improvements CTP can bring to their 40” operation and then turn around and bring the same high quality digital capabilities down to their smallest 2 page presses on their floor,” Valeri continued. “The value is unbeatable – a truly flexible violet CTP device that delivers extraordinary quality and ease of use, priced at only $84,000.”
A computer platform, CtServer, processor bridge or conveyor, and registration bars to match any press are standard with the purchase of any ECRM CTP device.
For more information on any of the products featured at Graph Expo, please visit www.ecrm.com and look for “Commerical Printing Systems,” “CTP,” or, contact your local ECRM representative.
Graph Expo will be held at McCormick Place, Chicago, Ill., from October 10-13, 2004. For more information, visit www.gasc.com.
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