Coleman Installs Kodak Magnus 400 Quantum Platesetter
Press release from the issuing company
September 5, 2006 -- Coleman Resources announces the installation of a 4 page CTP Platesetter. The Kodak Magnus 400 Quantum Platesetter is a high speed device installed to provide even higher quality plates leading to higher print resolution standards for customers. Thermal direct non-process plates provide high resolution, wide press latitude, imaging accuracy and repeatability. The chemistry-free and processless plates reduce costs and are more environmentally friendly. The workflow system calibrated to each of Coleman Resources' 6 printing presses results in consistent, faithful color reproduction.
"Computer to Plate technology will allow us to give our customers state of the art quality for their printing requirements," states Don Culler, Production Manager.
"This compliments our customer commitments and is an important part of our quality program designed to provide the best possible results for clients," said Jed Dunn, President of Coleman Resources. "Formerly, we outsourced this technology. Now we have even greater control over the quality of the final product."
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