Screen shows a range of platerite platesetters at gulf print
The PlateRite 8000 series will be producing quality plates driven by the latest Trueflow Rite SE workflow. Screen international sales manager Mark Sherman says: "The Middle East is still seeing considerable demand for high quality print, and printers will be coming to Gulf Print in search of the type of high quality equipment to achieve that. Screen has partnered with three excellent and well respected companies at Gulf Print and visitors will be inspired by the variety and flexibility of the machinery and workflow as they experience it live on the booths."
Visitors to Gulf Print are from the print, packaging, retail, logistics and food and beverage sectors, and the PlateRite 8000 series is perfect for these markets.
The PlateRite 8800 is the flagship model and is particularly suited to users with above average plate requirements, and also has the added advantage of being able to image a range of smaller plates. The PlateRite 8600 has increased flexibility and an interesting feature is that productivity can be upgraded as the workload grows. The PlateRite 8300 is more than capable of meeting the needs of the medium sized printer that has a range of different format presses. The entry level PlateRite Niagara 8200 is an affordable CtP system that has been designed to bring the benefits of digital plate production to everybody.
Dainippon Screen Mfg. Co., Ltd (Kyoto, Japan) is one of the world's largest manufacturers and suppliers of system components for the prepress and printing industries. Its large range of equipment includes workflow systems, RIPs, proofing systems, platesetters and digital printing presses. The company is also a well-known manufacturer of equipment for the semiconductor and flat panel display manufacturing industries.
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