At Graph Expo, commercial printers can learn how to decrease their overall ink spend by up to 46% through the Sun Chemical (www.sunchemical.com) Dispenser Program.
Ridgefield Park, NJ-based Agfa Graphics (www.agfa.com) and the Pitman Co. (www.pitman.com) have teamed up to help their customers grow sales, at Graph Expo 2010. Combined, Agfa and Pitman have a comprehensive assortment of inkjet solutions from entry-level systems to high-speed industrial inkjet, plus a wide variety of rigid and flexible media.
Spartanics (www.spartanics.com) (Rolling Meadows, IL) will demonstrate the high-speed Finecut Laser Die Cutting System, a narrow-web (200 mm) roll-to-roll machine, at Graph Expo 2010 (www.graphexpo.com).
Portland, OR-based SpotOn! (www.spotonpress.com) announces SpotOn! Verify, a new software tool for content creators, printers, photographers and proof providers that gives a quick pass/fail verification of a proof’s conformance G7 and ISO12647-7 metrics.
Estimator Corp. will present new programs at Graph Expo 2010, including all modules as well as networking with modest pricing. Features include Press Select, Auto-Strip, inline Job Costing, Remote-Estimating and others.
GMC Software Technology will highlight new product features that enable print providers and enterprise customers to engage in highly personalized multichannel communications including print, e-mail and mobile messaging at Graph Expo 2010.
Toronto-based Crawford Technologies Inc. announces the latest addition to the CrawfordTech suite of products.
InterTech Award recipient SoftSolutions reports that it’s never been easier to access production data with the company’s Flex 5.0 software on an iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Droid or home PC.
Valhalla, NY-based Fujifilm North America Corp.’s Graphic Systems Division will exhibit at Graph Expo 2010 under its new banner, “The future of digital printing is here.”
Wilmington, MA-based Prism will demonstrate real-time, mobile management information via smart phones, Internet browsers, and VPNs to company networks at Graph Expo 2010.
Berlin, Germany-based DirectSmile will show for the first time in the United States its Cross Media solution, incorporating an intuitive cross-media toolkit, Cross Media Designer.
Xerox has announced availability of The Espresso Book Machine to retailers. The device prints, binds and trims bookstore-quality paperbacks with color covers in minutes. Xerox will now market, sell or lease, and service the solution.
Xerox Corp. will unveil more than a dozen money-saving and money-making tools at Graph Expo 2010, all designed to help print providers earn client loyalty, turn jobs faster and grow profits.
Montreal-based Ultimate Technographics Inc. will release the 64-bit version of its imposition solution at Graph Expo 2010.
Portland, OR-based SpotOn! announces SpotOn! Spot, a new software tool for tracking Pantone and custom spot colors in print production.
Goss Intl. will offer a discount of up to 20% off the regular price of any parts ordered at Graph Expo, October 3-6 in Chicago.
West Chester, OH-based Color-Logic will show samples of its Process Metallic Color System technology printed using every major printing process available today, at Graph Expo 2010.
Lyon, France-based Alwan is sponsoring free audits for Graph Expo visitors to ensure they meet ISO 12647 standards in a competition run by KEE Consultants.
Xerox Corp. will showcase the Color 1000 Press at Graph Expo 2010. Introduced earlier this year, it offers sharp images and quick turnaround times needed for sophisticated sales collateral, direct marketing pieces and photo publishing products.
Acton, MA-based Global Graphics has added new prepress features to the latest release of the Harlequin PLUS Server RIP.
At Graph Expo 2010, Riso Inc. will feature its next generation of inkjet printing with three Riso ComColor models: the 9050, 7050 and 3050.
InfoTrends has expanded its “Ultimate Guide Online” to detail product specifications for over 160 cut-sheet devices. The series of databases for comparing hardware and software tools offers free basic access to print and marketing service providers.
Adphos and GSS (Graphic Systems Services) will be demonstrating 100% variable process color inkjet at 1,000 fpm at Graph Expo 2010. Launched at Ipex 2010, the TDC technology has been installed at a large direct mail printer in the United States.
Tewksbury, MA-based ECRM will launch three new platesetters at Graph Expo 2010. Each new MAKO platesetter is engineered with the company’s enhanced Gen4 optics, to produce a smaller, harder imaging pixel.