Creo Announces New Developments for Laser Imaging Devices for Plates & Film
Press release from the issuing company
BEDFORD, MA -- April 18, 2002 -- Creo Inc. announces new features and the latest models of platesetters and imagesetters at IPEX 2002. Creo is the world's leading supplier of computer-to-plate (CTP) systems. Successful printers of every size and specialization use Creo systems around the world. The new Creo entry-level CTP and workflow solutions are an important part of the broadest range of CTP equipment in the market. Now small format printers can enjoy the same benefits of higher print quality, the largest range of qualified plate suppliers and field-proven reliability coupled with the best and largest CTP support organization in the world.
The unmatched range of Creo CTP systems covers all sizes, formats and capacities from the entry-level devices to mid-range systems with semi-automated operation, to the top-of-the-line systems with advanced automation and high productivity. Creo provides not just one but three of the best selling CTP choices available today. The world's three most popular CTP system are the Creo Trendsetter(r) family of platesetters, the Creo Lotem(tm) family platesetters, and the Creo family of Trendsetter VLF devices. Creo systems image more metal CTP plates than any other company.
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