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Hampton revamps pre-press and digital ops with six-figure spend

Hampton Printing has gone chemistry-free as part of an investment of nearly £600,000 that also included a new Ricoh digital press.

Foundry Press boosts digital firepower with HP Indigo 7800 buy

Commercial printer Foundry Press has bought a "Rolls Royce" HP Indigo 7800 digital press, as the centrepiece of a new in-house digital print and repro facility that will also house a new Heidelberg Suprasetter A75 CTP system.

Has processless become the new normal?

When processless plate technology was originally introduced in the 2000s it was met with a healthy dose of scepticism from many people in the printing industry.

Me & my: Heidelberg Suprasetter A75

"We specialise in everything we get our hands on,” says Marstan Press pre-press manager Adam Curtis.

Core Image switches to Heidelberg thermal CTP platesetter

Core Image has upgraded its CTP by switching from a visible light Heidelberg Prosetter to a thermal Suprasetter A52.

Agfa launches new high-speed platesetter

Agfa Graphics has launched a new high-speed platesetter for the high-volume newspaper market.

Me & my: Kodak Sonora XP

Despite the fact the technology has been around since the mid-1990s, going processless is still, for many printers, a leap of faith. For Harrow-based Imega Print Group it was no different; joint managing directors Lynn Tosh and Ken Varnham admit to having had “reservations” about the technology, prior to making the switch in late 2013.

AC Print invests in Screen Platerite CTP system

Commercial printer AC Print has invested in a Screen Platerite 4300S Thermal CTP system to boost its capacity and environmental credentials.

Star product: Cron UVP Platesetter

An “affordable, high-throughput package” from the Chinese manufacturer.

Agfa books net profit for second year running

Agfa-Gevaert Group has cemented its return to profit with a positive net result for the second consecutive year in its full-year 2014 accounts.

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