Interprint upgrades to chemistry-free CtP

By Simon Nias, Thursday 09 December 2010

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Interprint has switched to chemistry-free plate production with Agfa's Azura TS plates, Avalon N8 platesetter and Apogee workflow.

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Clarke: needed to move to more environmentally-friendly CtP

The Knaresborough, North Yorkshire-based commercial printer images around 1,500 plates per month for its two five-colour B2 presses.

Andy Clarke, digital manager at Interprint, said: "We had a Palladio CtP system for around eight years and although it was still working fine, we felt there was a need to move to a more efficient and environmentally-friendly chemistry-free system.

"Agfa's Azura plate suited us best. We like the clear, defined image so we can check the plate before printing and it has required no adjustments to our presses."

Clarke added that Interprint's clients could now sign off jobs online thanks to the WebApproval feature in Agfa's Apogee workflow.

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