ECRM To Highlight Easy Implementation Of Violet CTP For Newspaper Publishers At Indoprint 2007
Press release from the issuing company
JAKARTA, INDONESIA -- July 25, 2007 -- ECRM today announced their plans to exhibit at the Indoprint 2007 tradeshow in August. Exhibiting in stand F42, and represented by local distribution partner PT Berkat Abadi Pratama, the company will be demonstrating the production value and benefits of violet CTP for small to mid-sized newspaper publishers. In their exhibit, ECRM will demonstrate their MAKO NEWS platesetter. Combined with a small footprint, an easy installation process, and a simple-operation approach, the MAKO NEWS enables newspaper publishers to quickly implement CTP. Indoprint 2007 is being held at the Jakarta International Expo (V Kemayoran) from August 1st-4th in Jakarta, Indonesia. For more information about ECRM and their offerings, go to www.ecrm.com.
“The latest figures from Indonesia show that the number of local daily newspapers has increased,” Johnson Mak, ECRM Business Development Manager, Asia Pacific. “Though internet use is growing, newspapers are still the major source of information in the region. For publishers, Violet CTP represents a means to increased productivity and reliability. Standard performance characteristics are high-quality [now considered equivalent to thermal], simplified electronics, and higher imaging speeds, while helping users to realize dramatically reduced acquisition, maintenance, operational, and most of all, service costs.”
ECRM has engineered this Violet CTP platesetter to provide the high-quality color production required by small and medium-sized newspaper publishers. The MAKO NEWS provides both flexible format and fast, easy operation. It accommodates the most popular range of web widths (up to a maximum format of 635mm x 960mm or 25.0” x 37.8”). Ideal for deadline-driven publishing environments, it’s capable of producing over 78 Berliner plates per hour at 1200 dpi without complex load/unload cycles. The MAKO NEWS is targeted for most single-width newspaper presses such as those from Berliner and Goss. To provide added flexibility, the optics are designed to deliver eight resolutions from 1016 to 2540 dpi and three anamorphic resolution sets (1016 x 2032 dpi, 1200 x 2400 dpi, and 1270 x 2540 dpi).
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