Oakdale, MN – April 11, 2007 – NELA invites attendees at NEXPO 2007 to “Do the NELA Tour” and launches two new products. Several punch/benders of different lines including the two new product series are displayed at NEXPO.
With the motto “Do the NELA Tour” NELA invites attendees to visit all four booths on which NELA presents inline, live-running equipment. The NELA booth (# 2053) will be a meeting place where guests can relax, have some refreshments and talk about technology. Additionally, NELA is launching two new products at NEXPO 2007 which will be displayed inline at various booths.
1. NELA Evolution: The new generation of Vision PunchBender with a speed of up to 320 plates per hour, ideal for fast CtP devices. A proven technology in Europe, NELA is excited to present the Evolution inline at NEXPO for the first time in the US.
Where to find it: Booth 1529 (Fuji)
2. NELA Benchmark V: The NELA Benchmark V is a fully inline capable Vision PunchBender designed for the lower volume print house with single and double width presses that are converting to CtP. Another exciting new product launch.
Where to find it: Booth 1959 (Southern Litho Plate)
3. NELA VCP: The proven solution for vision punchbending, more than 1,200 sold worldwide and more than 250 in the US.
Where to find it: Booth 1859 (Screen)
4. NELA Lock-ups: In the NELA booth (2053), a lock-up display is featured that shows the most common locks available for web reduction.
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