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EPG displays Integrated Color Control Technology at Graph Expo

Press release from the issuing company

Centerbrook, Connecticut - Commercial, packaging, and newspaper printers meeting with EPG at Graph Expo 2010 are finding proven cost-effective printing technology that can be integrated easily into any press and deliver consistent color control to help grow business. Highlighted are KeyColor ink control, color measurement, presetting, and scanner interface systems that help save time and money by minimizing makeready time. Visitors to the EPG booth, #3561, are also learning that KeyColor technology supports a printing company's sustainability program by significantly reducing paper and ink waste. On display are the user-friendly KeyColor C ink desk and the KeyColor S ink desk designed for smaller presses. Welas segmented ink blades are also displayed. In addition, EPG executives are demonstrating the company's AutoSet, AutoKey, and Adelphi Systems used for presetting and closed-loop color control. EPG's KeyColor Systems are integrated into original equipment by leading press manufacturers and installed worldwide as retrofits.

"Printers are focused on gaining efficiencies that enhance their competitiveness," says Peter Griffin, President, EPG.  "For the past two years EPG customers have come to us for comprehensive solutions to help them weather the economic crisis and plan for future growth. Graph Expo 2010 presents us with a unique opportunity to talk about that experience, hear about other printers' challenges, and share our expertise."