Creo Presents The Latest Solutions For Value-Added Printing At Igas 2003
Press release from the issuing company
VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA -- September 4, 2003 -- Creo Inc. will feature the latest systems and solutions for strategic competiitiveness and value-added printing at IGAS 2003 in Tokyo, Japan. IGAS is the world's largest graphic arts trade show this year. More than 130,000 visitors are expected to attend the international exhibition from September 22 through 28.
Creo will feature Value in Print, a solution for enhancing a printer's competitiveness by adding value to printing with Creo's computer-to-plate (CTP) systems and Staccato screening. Solutions for commercial, packaging, and newspaper printing will feature a wide range of products and solutions for efficient production and value-added printing.
The "Staccato Bar" will feature an international collection of printed products that were produced using Staccato screening. These samples attract much attention wherever they are shown. Staccato screening enables very fine tone reproduction using very small microdots as small as 10 microns. Sixty companies in Japan are already using Staccato as a strategic tool for differentiation. Their customers are enjoying the experience of near-photographic quality printing.
Creo Japan will begin full implementation of the Value in Print concept as of IGAS 2003 by providing consulting services to help customers realize enhanced print quality with Creo technology including SQUAREspot thermal imaging heads, high-performance CTP systems, and Staccato screening.
Creo will also demonstrate the Veris proofer with Multi-Drop Array inkjet heads, Spotless color tools that produce spot-colors using six color, process-color printing, and the latest version of Profile Wizard color management software for generating ICC profiles.
Creo Japan will be at IGAS in Hall 6 East Booth No. E-6-05.
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