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Fujifilm Luxel T-9000

At Ipex 1998, Fujifilm launched its first thermal CTP product: the Luxel T-9000 with the Brillia LH-PI plate and FLH-P processor. Fujifilm Graphic Systems marketing director Graham Leeson explains: "The Luxel was our first step into thermal CTP and was brought in to complement our existing photopolymer CTP machines." Targeted predominantly at B1 printers, the Luxel T-9000 and subsequent models proved extremely popular for Fuji.

Sakurai OL472ED

Sakurai's first footsteps into the four-colour B2 market came in 1989 in the shape of its OL472ED press. At the time of its introduction, it was one of the very first B2 presses to have double diameter impression and transfer cylinders in the seven o'clock configuration. Sakurai UK operations director Mark Jennings says: "This layout has subsequently been adopted by all manufacturers. This meant that when we first launched the machine, it had a considerable advantage."

Encode AMS

Rebecca Jacob, director of marketing resource management at The Facilities Group, can offer added value to clients with this configurable software tool

Oc CrystalPoint

Oc has claimed CrystalPoint will "change the way wide-format prints are made by combining the best of both toner and inkjet printing" to produce mono and colour waterfast prints for large-format applications.

Muller Martini BravoPlus

  • Wednesday, October 10, 2007
When Muller Martini launched its BravoPlus in 1996, the automated machine quickly became the most successful saddlestitcher in the manufacturers range. The idea behind the replacement for the ageing 321 stitcher was to build a machine that would be equally at home in a trade bindery and the factory of a printer bringing stitching in-house.

Diamond V3000

  • Monday, September 24, 2007
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) has revealed its first sheetfed press in seven years in the form of the Diamond V3000, which features more than 80 makeready and production improvements.

I swear by my: Surfscan Checkpress

After purchasing an Ultraflex machine we needed a 100% web inspection system. For this reason we installed two Surfscan Checkpress systems earlier this year.

KAS Mailwrap

Direct Marketing managing director John Turner is delighted with the ease of set-up of his polywrapper and is hoping to retro-fit an integral folder

Me & my: Horizon StitchLiner MKIII

When Sheffield-based print businesses Northend Creative Print Solutions (CPS) and My Print Partners (MPP) merged in April 2019 to form Northend, one of the first things the managers of the new business did was take stock of their inventory of equipment to establish what they needed to keep, what they could dispose of and where there were gaps that needed filling.

Me & my: Canon Océ Colorado 1640

When Kevin Hart, production director at Manchester-based print house Aspen visited the Sign & Digital UK show last year, he wasn’t attending with a specific purchase in mind.

Me & my: HP Scitex 11000 flatbed

Over its 22 years in business, visual communications and printing company NEC Graph-fix has been fleet of foot in reacting to developments in the market for large-format print.

Me & my: Agfa Advantage N-DL

Many print companies that run a fleet of machinery from the same manufacturer are likely to cite benefits including consistent quality across the business, proven reliability, the ability to easily transfer jobs from one machine to another, and strong relationships with the supplier among reasons for returning time and time again.

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